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CDT (carbon dioxide therapy) can improve under-eyes brown circles. The principle of CO2 therapy here is to get a better oxygenation of the upper skin layers. Vasodilation and angiogenesis stimulation leads to better oxygenized skin, therefore better elasticity and better capabilities to fade brown colors.
The procedure for under eye brown circle is using CO2 injections in the dermis in a very superficial manner. 3 to 4 sessions are suggested with 3 to 4 weeks intervals. The result is under eye circles becoming lighter and lighter. Another effet is lower eyelid wrinkle reduction + skin tightening (collagen stimulation)
Eye dark circles can be cause by various reasons and can be treated using different procedures. Of course the procedure to use depends on the cause of the dark circle.
Note that if your dark circles disappear when you are exposed to strong light or on photos when the flash light is used, there are no real dark circles. It is mostly a question of shadows. The list of reasons for dark circles with treatment strategy...
Studies have demonstrated that a minimally-invasive procedure called carboxytherapy is able to stimulate the local production of collagen in the dermis. This procedure is now used to rejuvenate the face, the decollete, eye lids. Co2 injections seems very promissing in the treatment of under-eye dark circles. Most procedures in skin rejuvenation require few sessions (4 to 6, with one session each 3-4 weeks).
Dark under eye circles are difficult to conceal with makeup, and often make you appear tired, even when you.re fully rested. This problem is relatively common but it.s important to understand the origin of dark circles in order to develop a treatment plan. Dark circles are typically caused by one of three factors, either alone or in combination. The first possibility is that there is actual deposition of pigmentinto the skin of the lower eyelid.