The ultimate treatment for dark circles under eyes: Enerpeel + carboxytherapy

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Tired eyes with dark shadows

Chemical peels are a common and effective form of skin regeneration. They treat a range of common skin problems, such as fine lines, wrinkles, pigmentation issues, blotchiness, poor texture, uneven complexion or even acne.

As aesthetic research continues to progress, new chemical peels are being specifically developed to help improve the skin in certain areas. I recommend the VI Peel for facial skin improvement, and there’s more here on why I recommend this peel. However, I’ve now chosen to work with some new products from the Enerpeel range – and today I want to tell you about a new treatment protocol for treating dark circles under the eyes.

I know from speaking to patients, and looking at what people search for on my website, that dark circles under the eyes is a problem many people want help with. I have previously treated patients with Carboxytherapy, but I’m always looking for even better results, so now I’m combining this treatment with a new chemical peel from Enerpeel, that’s gentle enough to use on the delicate, under-eye area.

Carboxytherapy uses carbon dioxide gas administered in tiny injections. The gas forces the capillaries to open, delivering more oxygen to the area and allowing for more drainage of toxins.

The combination of these two treatments together is very powerful, and leaves the skin refreshed, renewed and clear.

If you want to know more about treating dark circles under the eyes, or any of the treatments I offer, please get in touch. You can comment on this blog post, email me at drsisterinfo@gmail.com, tweet me @DrDanielSister, or find me on Facebook. I look forward to hearing from you.

About drsister

World renowned expert cosmetic anti-ageing doctor. Specialising in Dracula PRP Therapy, Hormone balancing, Carboxy therapy, Botulinum Toxin, Dermal fillers, Chemical peels.
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