Laser Resurfacing

Why Your Eyes Want to Be in a Relationship with Laser Resurfacing

Close up of a woman's eyes after laser skin resurfacing under her eyes.

Close up of a woman's eyes after laser skin resurfacing under her eyes.Ladies, the eyes are the windows to the soul. Whether you consider them your best feature or not, you know you need to do what you can to keep them looking their best. Sadly, that is the spot where most of us will first display signs of aging.


Crow’s feet, wrinkles, dark circles and undereye bags — there is a lot that can go wrong. Lucky for you and your eyes, laser technology has given us new ways to roll back the hands on the clock. Which is why you should consider laser skin resurfacing for under your eyes.

Laser Skin Resurfacing — Sounds Pretty Sci-Fi

If your eyes are showing signs of aging, it’s time to consider laser skin resurfacing.

Yes, it sounds like something from 3030 rather than 2020, but hey, the future is here, people. Laser skin resurfacing is a highly effective method for addressing problems with skin texture, changes in tone and even deep wrinkles.

And yes, it does involve applying laser beams to the skin.

That sounds unpleasant, but I promise, it isn’t bad. The lasers remove superficial layers of skin, literally erasing much of the damage, and then stimulate the production of a healthier later of skin, making you look like a younger version of yourself.

Application is precise, so you don’t need to worry about it causing damage rather than correcting it.

You Have Options

There are multiple types of resurfacing treatments available. Most med spas will use either carbon dioxide or erbium lasers for their laser skin resurfacing. You can also decide between full laser resurfacing, which covers a large area, or fractional resurfacing, which targets very small areas.

When it comes to treating the eye area, fractional CO2 is usually the best choice.

Once the resurfacing treatment of your choice is done, the skin under and around the eyes will start to generate new cells, resulting in smoother, younger-looking skin.

Is Laser Skin Resurfacing Better Than Surgery?

Listen, I am a big proponent of plastic surgery. But if you can avoid going under the knife, why not?

For many clients, laser skin treatments can deliver the same results as surgery with significantly less recovery time and a lot less pain and discomfort. There is no general anesthesia and no incisions. Plus, these treatments address things that surgery can’t. A facelift can erase wrinkles, but skin texture and coloring? Nope. So if you are looking to make things easier on yourself while addressing a wide range of concerns, laser skin resurfacing is a good bet.

Just Pick the Right Practitioner

I am here advocating that you have someone use laser beams around your eyes. While this is safe and effective in the right hands, I can also acknowledge that experience matters, ladies. Don’t jump at the cheapest deal you find from a new technician looking to break into the field. Seek out an experienced med spa with technicians who know the ins and outs of laser treatment and are passionate about what they do. After all, you deserve the best.


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