Perhaps you are familiar with the phrase, “your eyes are the windows to the soul.” For centuries, the eyes have inspired countless songs and sonnets that celebrate their beauty. It’s true our eyes are capable of expressing an array of emotions. They reveal when we are happy, sad, thoughtful, tired or mad.
However, genetics and aging can contribute to a loss of skin laxity and over time creases may form around our eyes. This presents as crow’s feet and under eye lines that can detract from your eyes’ beauty, causing you to appear older than you actually are or constantly tired, angry or sad even when you are not. Fortunately there are ways to keep your eyes youthful and enchanting. Let’s explore the possibilities.
Both Botox and Dysport contain a slight variation of the same ingredient botulinum toxin. Botulinum toxin blocks signals from the muscles, which prevents the injected muscles from contracting. This creates a more youthful appearance and smooths the wrinkles.
Many facial fillers like Restylane consist of hyaluronic acid that plumps up your underlying facial tissue to improve volume and fullness in areas that are experiencing volume loss or hollowness. The filler binds to water molecules naturally and is quite safe to use.
Latisse is the only FDA-approved treatment proven to make eyelashes grow when applied consistently once a day. Biomatoprost, the main ingredient, extends the anagen hair growth phase, which results in longer, fuller, and sometimes darker looking lashes. Results typically take 8-10 weeks for optimal length and thickness
Interested in learning more about which cosmetic treatments can help you achieve your ideal eyes aesthetic? Join us for an enchanting evening on Thursday, June 1st to learn more about eye enhancing options. We’ll be hosting our first ever Azala Affair featuring Enchanted Eyes. Sip champagne and meet one-on-one with our expert eye injectors and Sephora’s talented Brow Bar artists to create a customized endless eyes look that accentuates and flatters your eyes.
* Individual results may vary, and not guaranteed.