New technology continues to revolutionize the world of aesthetics. Traditional cosmetic surgeries with recovery periods lasting for weeks are rapidly being replaced by safer, noninvasive procedures. Laser and other non-invasive procedures offer patients the benefits of skin rejuvenation with minimal pain, risk or downtime. Treatment options span the gamut and include permanent hair removal, spider vein reduction, resurfacing to remove red/brown spots, rejuvenation, acne/acne scar treatment, fat removal and wrinkle treatments. Although these procedures may be provided in many settings, they are safer when performed by a board-certified dermatologist. Many of these technologies were developed and innovated by dermatologists.
One of the most common concerns among patients is undereye bags. Conventional remedies require a scalpel, prolonged downtimes, and a signature scar. The latest technological breakthrough for undereye bag treatment, however, is a polymer-based film that can be applied at home to tighten and flatten the bulging undereye skin. Neotensil was created by a group comprised of MIT scientists, and Harvard dermatologists. The product works through Strateris, a cross-linking film that clings to the skin and shrinks until the puffy bulges under the eyes are smooth. This undereye film can be worn up to 16 hours. It is easy to apply and effectively hides any loose, sagging skin. The thin film works in a way that is similar to body shapewear but moisturizes as it smooths.
Dr. Omar Ibrahimi, a dermatologist and medical director for the Connecticut Skin Institute in Stamford, specializes in noninvasive cosmetic techniques. He is a leader in the research and development of non-surgical skin care remedies and offers an array of innovative treatments. His office was a clinical trial site for Neotensil and he was the first physician in the state to offer this technology.
Undereye bags no longer has to plague your beauty regimen. Surgery is no longer the only option to effectively treat undereye bags. Follow the advice of Dr. Omar Ibrahimi and other notable dermatologists; cover your undereye bags with Neotensil’s two interacting gels for a cool, comfortable, safe approach to beautiful skin.