A tear trough is an area of hollowing under the eye which can cause a dark shadow, which results in a tired appearance.

For many people, the dark area under the eye is caused due to two things- hollowness and pigmentation. It can be the result of genetics or the natural ageing process. Many people develop hollowness under the eye because of volume loss in the cheeks. Therefore, it may be recommended to restore volume in the cheeks first which will help to reduce under eye hollowing.

Hollowness can be corrected using dermal fillers which will help to smooth and plump the hollow area, however it will not affect pigmentation. Pigmentation can be treated using medical grade skin creams. The combination of both treatments helps to give the eyes a bright and refreshed appearance.

How Does It Work?

The appointment begins with a thorough consultation and assessment of the eye area to deem whether you are suitable for this treatment in the first instance. During the treatment, dermal filler is deposited under the eye using a special piece of equipment called a cannula. As the under-eye skin is the thinnest skin on the face, we use a highly specific dermal filler- Teosyal Redensity II in order to achieve an optimal result and to ensure that the filler is evenly distributed and undetectable. The dermal filler brings hydration to the skin and further volumizes it.


  • Hollowness under the eyes
  • A sunken appearance to the eye
  • Dark circles under the eye
In general, tear trough fillers are safe, however, like any other treatment, there are some risks involved. If a fully qualified injector administers the treatment, the risks are very low, making it a much less invasive procedure than tear trough surgery.

Our practitioners at Karwal Aesthetics are all medically trained and highly experienced in using dermal fillers to treat the undereye area.


Tear Trough £400

Additional Sessions £200 per session