Enhance Your Natural Radiance

Radiant Eyes

Anatomy 101

During your early 20s, the skin is supple, toned, and radiant. The fat under your skin (called subcutaneous fat) and other soft tissues are evenly distributed across the face and help give the forehead, temples, cheeks, and chin, a well-projected youthful look. During the late 20s and mid-30s, early signs of aging such as fine lines and skin textural changes begin to appear, especially around the eyes. The skin loses some of its elasticity and there is decreased collagen production and skin cell turnover. Dark circles may appear under the eyes due to pigmentation or other soft tissue changes.  

Goal for the 25 - 35 Age Group

To enhance your natural radiance by focusing on prevention & maintenance.

How you take care of your face in your 20s and 30s will determine what kind of damage you have to deal with in your 40s and beyond. It’s best to adopt a consistent regimen of prevention and maintenance that will preserve your natural radiance. 

When you visit with us at Eye Face Institute, our surgeons will help you understand the nuanced facial aging changes you’re experiencing and devise a customized treatment plan that matches your aesthetic philosophy and values. For non-invasive management options, consider the Radiant Eyes Radiant Face™ Protocol and the MD Results™ Skin Care System

Treatment Options

Healthy Lifestyle

No smoking, nutritious diet, drink enough water, exercise, adequate sleep.   

Sun Protection

Strategies include sun avoidance, wrap-around sunglasses, wide-brimmed hat, and sunscreen (UVA & UVB blocker, which should be used all year-round).  

Creams & Lotions

Moisturization is essential. A daily regimen consisting of a quality moisturizer, exfoliating cleanser, serums, antioxidant creams, and retinoids is very effective. [learn more about MD Results™] Medical-grade chemical peels are also very effective in reducing fine lines, deeper wrinkles, and pigmented areas across the face. 

Skin-Strengthening Treatments

Microdermabrasion is a minimally-invasive treatment option in suitable candidates to improve skin cell turnover, which decreases fine lines and pigmented spots while boosting collagen production. Radiofrequency (RF) tightening also reduces fine lines and improves skin tone by heating tissue below the skin to improve collagen production. 

Injectables

For the dynamic lines caused by muscles of facial expression (especially around the eyes and forehead), botulinum toxin (Botox, XeominDysport) is a great option to reduce their severity and improve skin texture. Dermal fillers (e.g. RestylaneJuvedermSculptra, etc.) are used to treat deeper wrinkles or deflation caused by lost collagen and fat. They are also effective in reshaping the lips, nose, jawline, and chin. Although fillers are an excellent option in suitable candidates, we strongly believe the injector must be diligent not to over-fill and draw attention to treated areas. Platelet-rich-plasma (PRP) can be helpful in suitable candidates for reducing acne and other types of facial scarring. 

Laser Therapy

There are ablative and non-ablative lasers which can help improve skin texture, reduce fine lines, soften deep wrinkles, reduce pigmentation, treat acne/rosacea, or serve as prevention therapy.   

Surgery

Congenital facial anatomical issues (e.g. droopy eyelids, asymmetrical eyelids, suboptimal nose size or shape, prominent ears, etc.) can be managed surgically, often with minimally-invasive procedures performed under mild sedation.  

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