Puffy eyelids are a sign of aging. It is the aggravation of the process started earlier in age. There are two reasons for puffy eyelids after forty: hernia and swollen tissue. Hernia is a weakness of thin and stretched-out connective tissues, which should hold fat in the area of the lower eyelid. Tissue swelling is a lymphatic-drainage problem. If the process of tissue swelling is permanent, the skin in the area of the lower eyelid loses its elasticity and stretches out. Squeezing the eyes and being overly expressive are more reasons for fluids to stack up in the periorbital area.
How to Get Rid of Puffy Eyelids
Tissue swelling can be removed using vacuum massage. A microdermabrasion system might be a good tool to help with puffiness under the eyes as well.
Heat applied in the area under the eyes promotes the growth of new capillaries. Improved microcirculation helps the area to get rid of excessive fluids. RF technology is used with such a goal.
Surgery is one of the options for treating hernia. Another option is skin tightening that helps the hernia to be less visible.
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