The appearance of our eyes is fundamental in the perception of our image and facial expression. The eyelids and eyebrows are key elements for a radiant and rejuvenated look, but as the years go by, signs of aging can appear, such as excess skin, wrinkles and sagging in these areas, which can lead to a tired and aged appearance.

For this reason, more and more people are seeking cosmetic treatments to improve the appearance of their eyes.

What is blepharoplasty without surgery?

Non-surgical blepharoplasty is a non-invasive cosmetic treatment that seeks to rejuvenate the eyes by removing excess skin in the upper and lower eyelids without the need for surgery.

This treatment is performed by applying Plexr plasma laser, which produces a controlled burn that eliminates the signs of aging in the eye.

One of the main characteristics of blepharoplasty is that it does not require surgery or hospitalization. This is an outpatient procedure that is performed in the aesthetic doctor’s office and does not require an exhaustive postoperative period.

The Plexr plasma laser treatment guarantees natural and scarless results, avoiding the complications and risks involved in traditional surgery. In addition, its duration is quite short, as the procedure can be performed in a single 30-45 minute session.

Blepharoplasty without surgery is ideal for those who have signs of aging in the eye area, such as excess skin in the upper and lower eyelids, periocular wrinkles, sagging, dark circles and bags.

It is especially suitable for those who are looking for a less invasive alternative to traditional surgery, and who want natural and fast results. However, before undergoing this treatment, it is advisable to consult with a cosmetic physician to determine if you are a good candidate for blepharoplasty without surgery.

Blepharoplasty procedure without surgery

The Plexr plasma laser produces an electric arc by ionizing gases in the air which, on contact with the skin, creates a small controlled burn that removes excess skin and reduces periocular wrinkles. This process is performed without damaging adjacent tissues and without causing bleeding, which significantly reduces the patient’s recovery time.

Laser treatment focuses on the periocular areas, i.e. the skin around the eyes. It can be performed on both upper and lower eyelids, removing excess skin and improving the appearance of wrinkles and sagging.

Benefits of blepharoplasty

Non-surgical blepharoplasty is a cosmetic treatment that offers several benefits.

  • Natural and fast results: it produces natural results, without the need to undergo surgery. Plexr plasma laser treatment effectively removes excess skin and reduces periocular wrinkles, leaving the skin looking younger and more vital. In addition, results can be seen in a short period of time, usually in about two weeks.
  • Ambulatory and without postoperative period: blepharoplasty is a procedure that is performed in the cosmetic doctor’s office and does not require hospitalization or anesthesia. Recovery is quick and easy, allowing the patient to resume daily activities immediately.
  • No bleeding or scarring: removes excess skin precisely and safely, without bleeding or scarring. This means that the patient will have no visible marks or signs on the skin, and that the results will be natural and without scars.
  • No thermal damage to adjacent areas: this is a precise and controlled technique that allows the removal of excess skin without damaging adjacent tissues, which means that the treatment is safe and does not produce unwanted side effects.

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This text on blepharoplasty has been prepared by professional editors. In addition, we have relied on experts in medicine, engineering and aesthetics as a source of information, as well as specific studies to maintain the quality of what we publish.

At Sisneo Bioscience we are committed to publish truthful and contrasted information. And to update or correct it as soon as new knowledge becomes available.

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