Tear trough fillers have become a popular non-surgical cosmetic procedure designed to address the hollow or sunken appearance under the eyes.

Treatment at a glance

Treatment Time

30 Mins


Numbing Cream




From £400

Key Benefit

Brighter Looking Eyes

What are Teat Trough Fillers?

This cosmetic concern can result from age-related volume loss, genetics, or lifestyle factors, contributing to a tired and aged look.

Tear trough fillers at our clinic in Hampshire typically involves the injection of hyaluronic acid-based dermal fillers into the under-eye area to restore lost volume and smooth out the contour.

The procedure is minimally invasive, providing a quick and convenient solution for individuals seeking to rejuvenate their under-eye area without the downtime associated with surgery. Hyaluronic acid, a naturally occurring substance in the body, attracts and retains moisture, promoting a plump and hydrated appearance. Tear trough fillers not only address hollows but also help reduce the appearance of dark circles and fine lines, creating a refreshed and more youthful look.

While results are immediate, they are temporary, typically lasting six months to a year, as the body gradually metabolises the filler.

What are the benefits of Tear Trough Fillers?

  • Reduced Appearance of Dark Circles
  • Improved Volume and Hydration
  • Minimised Puffiness and Bags
  • Non-Surgical and Minimal Downtime
  • Natural-Looking Results
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How Is It Performed:

1. A topical numbing cream will be used
2. Injection points are marked out
3. A fine needle is used to inject the filler at specific points

How Is It Performed:

1. A topical numbing cream will be used
2. Injection points are marked out
3. A fine needle is used to inject the filler at specific points

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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently asked questions

Tear trough fillers at our clinic in Hampshire are cosmetic injectables designed to address the hollow or sunken appearance under the eyes, known as tear troughs. Typically composed of hyaluronic acid, these fillers add volume to the under-eye area, reducing the appearance of dark circles and creating a smoother, more youthful look.

The longevity of tear trough fillers varies from person to person and depends on factors such as the type of filler used, individual metabolism, and lifestyle. Generally, results can last anywhere from 6 months to a year. Regular touch-up sessions may be required to maintain the desired effect.

While tear trough fillers are generally considered safe, like any cosmetic procedure, they carry some risks. Potential side effects may include swelling, bruising, redness, or tenderness at the injection site. Serious complications are rare but can include infection or vascular issues. It’s crucial to choose a qualified and experienced practitioner to minimise these risks.

Ideal candidates for tear trough fillers are individuals with sunken or hollow areas beneath the eyes, leading to a tired or aged appearance. Good candidates are generally in good health and have realistic expectations about the outcome of the procedure. A consultation with a qualified practitioner can help determine if tear trough fillers are the right option for a particular individual.

Most people can resume their daily activities immediately after tear trough filler treatment. However, some individuals may experience temporary swelling or bruising, so it’s advisable to plan the procedure when there’s no important event scheduled within a day or two. Applying cold compresses and following post-treatment care instructions can help minimise downtime and any potential side effects.

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