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Our eyes are often the first thing a person notices about us, and for those of us who have mild to severe under-eye bags, that first glance can make us appear tired, haggard, or older than we really are. Under-eye bags can have a variety of causes, and can look different depending on the natural aging process, genetics, and bone structure of each individual. Though many eye creams, concealers and other products claim to help with under-eye bags, few are able to completely revitalize the eye area, which can leave patients feeling frustrated.

Thankfully, when it comes to under-eye bag treatment, board-certified dermatologist Dr. Michele Green in NYC is here to help. Dr. Green is an expert in cosmetic dermatology, rejuvenating the under eye area with dermal fillers such as Restylane and Juvederm, minimizing dark circles with Mesopeels and chemical peels, laser resurfacing procedures and reducing periocular wrinkles with Botox injections, eMatrix laser, and Thermage skin tightening laser. Dr. Green’s MGSKINLAB’s line of products contains some of the best skin care ingredients to improve both facial pigmentation and under-eye-circles. Dr. Green is an expert at eliminating under eye bags and dark circles all without the need for invasive plastic surgery.

Dr. Green is an internationally renowned expert in the field of cosmetic dermatology with over two and a half decades of experience customizing the rejuvenation treatment protocols of her patients from around the globe. For her holistic approach and ‘less is more’ philosophy when it comes to cosmetic treatment, she is consistently voted as one of New York City’s best physicians by Castle Connolly, New York Magazine, and Super Doctors. Dr. Green utilizes the most cutting edge technologies and innovative treatment techniques to help her patients look and feel their very best. Consulting with Dr. Green is the best first step if you are interested in removing fine lines and wrinkles, erasing unwanted pigmentation and dark circles, and enhancing skin elasticity without the need for invasive surgery or extensive downtime.

What do under-eye bags look like?

Under-eye bags are usually defined as puffiness under the eyes, and are a natural part of the aging process for many adults. As we age, natural volume loss under the eyes and midface can leave us with puffy eye pockets below the lower eyelid. However, under-eye bags are not merely a sign of aging. Under-eye bags can also develop due to genetics or lifestyle habits, like not getting enough sleep, or even due to eczema or allergic reactions.

Dark Circles

Dark Circles are a frequent cosmetic concern among patients, and are often due to age-related volume loss in the midface and eye area. Dark under-eye circles can often accompany under-eye bags, and can often be treated through similar cosmetic procedures such as dermal fillers. Dermal fillers, injected into the tear trough hollows, will instantly restore lost volume and rejuvenate the delicate under-eye area. Dr. Green utilizes Restylane, Juvederm, and Belotero, to treat this area of the face.

Dark circles are caused by a host of reasons including aging, fatigue, allergic reactions, dehydration, sun overexposure, or genetics. One of the best new ways to treat dark circles around the eyes is with Mesopeel Periocular peels. This unique method of skin lightening dark circles around the eyes consists of a series of chemical peels with absolutely no recovery time. In addition, a special skin brightening cream can be used at home to complement the effects of these chemical peels.

Puffy Eyes

Under-eye bags are typically thought of as those pockets of eye puffiness that rest below the lower eyelids. They can be caused by a variety of issues, including aging, lack of sleep, fluid retention (often due to salty foods), allergies, pigmentation issues, and sun damage. Additionally, under-eye bags can be due to excess fat that naturally droops down below the lower eyelids due to aging. A baggy look under the eyes can be improved through certain skincare products, as well as non-invasive procedures such as hyaluronic acid fillers for new collagen production and laser resurfacing for skin tightening in the eye area. In severe cases, a surgical procedure, or blepharoplasty, may be needed to remove these excess fat deposits.

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How to get treat of under-eye circles with eye creams and the best skincare

When it comes to finding the skin care products that work to alleviate under eye bags or dark circles, it is best to start by consulting with an expert, board-certified dermatologist, such as Dr. Green. When treating signs of the natural aging process around the eyes, it is important to determine what on the skin is causing the appearance of dark circles. For some patients, dark circles appear due to volume loss under the eyes, which creates a hollow appearance. For some, dark circles may be pigmentation on the skin that needs to be lightened. Dr. Green has treatment options for both scenarios and when it comes to patients with creases, puffiness, and circles due to pigmentation, her proprietary MGSKINLABs has the perfect eye cream to help. Dr. Green’s MGSKINLAB’s Intensive Eye Repair is a cooling eye gel that is able to lessen the appearance of fine lines, puffiness, and dark circle, while helping to firm the skin around the eyes and her Eye Repair cream is replete with Retinol to remove fine lines and discoloration and lighten the dark circles around the eyes.

The natural aging process also results in a decreased production of the structural protein, collagen, which helps to keep skin firm and smooth. For patients who want to decrease the appearance of loose or sagging skin, a Retinol-based cream may be the best solution. Retinol creams are derived from Vitamin A and can help with a variety of skin issues, from acne to aging to even psoriasis. Many retinol creams are designed to improve collagen production within the skin, and vary in terms of concentration to provide the best results. Learn more about the positive effects of retinol creams in Dr. Green’s article with Forbes.

A helpful daily skincare routine with SPF of 30 or higher is a simple, vital way to protect the skin in the eye area from being exposed to harmful sun exposure. Skincare products like MGSKINLAB’s Antioxidant Facial Sunscreen SPF 30 can help to simultaneously protect the skin against the sun’s rays and revitalize the skin with nutrients like Vitamin C, A, and E, as well as Green Tea extract.

What are the risk factors for developing under-eye bags?

Under-eye bags can be caused by a wide variety of lifestyle choices. If you want to reduce the appearance of under-eye bags or prevent under-eye bags from developing, it’s useful to think about the following potential risk factors:

Smoking and Drinking

Both smoking and drinking can cause issues with the appearance of the skin. Smoking produces substances that cause premature aging, which in turn can reduce the amount of collagen and elastin in the skin – the natural agents that keep the skin healthy and firm. Additionally, smoking can restrict blood vessels in the skin, leading to less oxygen and vitamins reaching the skin’s surface. In turn, this can lead to the appearance of aging, and the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, in the eye area. Additionally, alcohol consumption can dehydrate the body, which can lead to dry eye and weakened elasticity under the eyes.

Sun Exposure

Overexposure to the sun is one of the leading causes of aging around the eye area. Frequent sun exposure can lead to damage when it comes to collagen and elastin fibers, which can then lead to sagging or drooping skin, making patients appear to have excess skin under the eyes. Sun exposure can also cause discoloration or other pigment issues, such as brown spots or sun spots, particularly for those with paler skin tones. For this reason, Dr. Green recommends everyone wear a 30 SPF or higher sunscreen on a daily basis to protect the skin against sun damage, either incorporated into their moisturizer or as an additional skincare protection.


Oftentimes, the likelihood that any one of us will develop dark circles or under-eye bags is based on our DNA. This can also manifest as genetic thyroid problems that contribute to puffiness and circles under the eyes. In this case, early treatment for under-eye bags is highly recommended, as early intervention can prevent under-eye bags from worsening and provide optimal results. If you have noticed progressive worsening of puffiness under the eyes, contact Dr. Green right away to see what treatment options are available to you.


Simple changes in diet can help to reduce the appearance of under-eye bags. Reduced salt intake can prevent fluid retention in the body, which is often the cause of puffiness under the eyes. Additionally, an increase in the amount of Vitamin C you incorporate into your diet can help when it comes to producing new collagen. Foods rich in Vitamin C include brussel sprouts, kale, oranges, and strawberries. By merely adjusting your daily meals and increasing the amount of water you drink in a day, you can help improve the health and appearance of your skin.

Do under-eye bags go away?

Under-eye bags can be caused by a variety of different issues, and some can in fact be reduced through certain lifestyle changes. A change in diet, getting enough sleep, and hydration can all help to reduce the appearance of under-eye bags. However, for most patients, cosmetic treatment will be necessary in order to rejuvenate the under-eye area. Dr. Green offers a variety of non-invasive, outpatient procedures designed to effectively reduce the appearance of under-eye bags.

How to prevent under eye bags

There are several risk factors for developing under eye bags that have to do with lifestyle choices and, as such, the best way to try to prevent under eye bags is to avoid the following: smoking, excessive drinking, and too much sun exposure. Eating a well-balanced diet is also important in preventing under eye bags and ensuring that you get enough hours of sleep every night. Maintaining your overall body wellness with a healthy lifestyle is also important to prevent under eye bags.

In some cases, under eye bags cannot be prevented, as dark circles and puffiness under the eye can occur as a result of genetics or the natural aging process. If that is the case, patients can turn to cosmetic treatments to reduce the appearance of the bags under the eyes.

Can you get rid of under-eye bags?

Many patients wonder how to cure under-eye bags, and worry that under-eye bags will be with them forever. However, under-eye bags can easily be treated with a variety of non-invasive cosmetic procedures, skincare routines and, occasionally, antihistamines. If you are concerned about under-eye bags, Dr. Green can help you to navigate the world of under-eye treatment, by helping you to determine the treatment or series of treatments that works best for you.

What can you do about under-eye bags?

Thankfully for those desperate to learn how to treat under-eye bags, there are many different solutions that can help. If you’re suffering with puffiness due to allergens or irritants, you can turn to allergy medications in order to curb your under-eye bags. If you have a genetic predisposition to under-eye bags, or have seen your under-eye bags progress due to aging, there are several cosmetic procedures and treatments that can help. Dr. Green is an expert in cosmetic dermatology and anti-aging techniques, and can help to rejuvenate your skin with treatments that are fast, easy, and require little to no downtime.

How to relieve bags under-eyes

Dr. Green can carefully curate a treatment plan to help you with what to use to get rid of bags under the eyes. When you work with Dr. Green, she will be able to carefully assess your skin and medical history, determining any potential cause of your under-eye bags or dark circles. From there, she’ll be able to curate a treatment plan that best serves your needs. Her patients benefit from state-of-the-art techniques to reduce the appearance of under-eye bags and the signs of aging or sagging in the eye area. Many patients have had success with one or more of the following treatment options.

Does Botox get rid of under-eye bags?

Dr. Green is an expert in cosmetic Botox injections and uses Botox®, Dysport® and Xeomin® neurotoxins to treat fine lines around the forehead, glabella, neck, masseter and the fine lines around the eyes. With many patients, the first visible signs of aging around the eyes are the Crow’s feet that develop from smiling and squinting. Botox is the best treatment to remove these fine lines and rejuvenate the eye area. Dr. Green does not advise Botox to treat the under eye area as this often increases the cosmetic appearance of under-eye bags.

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Can fillers help with under-eye bags?

Hyaluronic acid fillers, such as Juvederm and Restylane, are a popular method to reduce the appearance of dark circles and under-eye bags, as well as for all-over eye rejuvenation. Dermal fillers are designed to stimulate collagen production in the skin, which in turn can correct volume loss around the eyes, thereby reducing the appearance of bags, dark circles, and fine lines within the treatment area. Dr. Green is an artful dermal filler injector who uses the “less is more” approach in order to create a revitalized look to your eyes. The appointment for a dermal filler procedure typically lasts around a half hour, and patients can resume normal activity right after, though Dr. Green recommends patients sleep with an extra pillow in order to prevent any temporary swelling.

How does under eye filler work?

Dermal fillers, such as Restylane, Juvederm, and Belotero, are comprised of a smooth gel that is made up of hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic acid is naturally occurring in the body but decreases in prevalence as we age, which contributes to the loss of volume in various areas of the face, including under the eye. The hyaluronic gel is injected using a thin needle into the mid-dermal layer of the skin. The gel immediately works to add volume in the skin and provide more moisture, which restores a more youthful appearance to the treatment area. Each different family of dermal filler has slightly different properties. No family of fillers is inherently better than the other – rather, when you have your initial consultation with Dr. Green, she will determine the filler or combination of fillers that works best for your specific needs.

You will begin your treatment process by consulting with Dr. Green so she can assess the treatment area and make a determination about the under-eye treatment plan that is right for you. If Dr. Green determines that dermal fillers will be a part of your treatment plan, you will begin your treatment appointment with the application of the topical numbing cream, Lidocaine, which will stay on your skin for 30 to 45 minutes. The Juvederm family of fillers already contain Lidocaine within the syringe, and for that reason, topical numbing cream may not be applied if you are receiving Juvederm. The treatment area will then be cleaned with an alcohol wipe and the filler will be injected with a thin needle. Following the treatment, Dr. Green will immediately apply ice to the treatment site to avoid swelling. Prior to the treatment, blood thinners should be avoided in order to minimize the risk of bruising following the treatment. The effects of the treatment should appear immediately but the amount of time that the results will be visible varies depending on which filler you are receiving.

Restylane dermal fillers for under-eye hollows

Restylane is a family of filler products created by the company Galderma and was approved as a cosmetic filler by the FDA in 2003. Galderma has a variety of Restylane fillers that vary in thickness to address different concerns on the face. Thicker fillers are used to fill in deeper wrinkles while the thinner gel fillers are employed on more delicate areas of the face, including the under eye. For that reason, Restylane L® is the Restylane filler that is typically used to address under eye bags and hollows, as it is one of the thinner fillers in the Restylane family. The results of the Restylane treatment can last for approximately six to nine months.

Juvederm injections for under-eye bags

Juvederm is an extremely popular family of dermal fillers created by the company Allergan, the same company responsible for the creation of Botox. Juvederm has many different varieties of fillers ranging in density, with the denser fillers used to address deep lines and wrinkles and the thinner fillers for fine lines and more delicate areas of the face. One of the thinner varieties of Juvederm filler is the Juvederm Volbella®, which is best for subtle enhancements. Juvederm Volbella can restore lost volume and is the ideal filler for addressing under-eye hollows and bags. Juvederm treatment results can be visible for approximately one year following treatment.

Belotero hyaluronic acid fillers for eye rejuvenation

Belotero® is another FDA-approved Hyaluronic acid filler made by the company Merz. Belotero differs from Juvederm and Restylane in its proprietary creation process of Cohesive Polydensified Matrix. The result is filler that is thinner and more flexible, making it ideal for delicate areas such as the under-eye. Belotero works to smooth out fine lines and wrinkles while adding subtle volume by integrating seamlessly with the skin.

Which injectable is best to treat under-eye bags?

There are several different varieties of injectable fillers that can be used to treat bags and volume loss under the eyes. When you have your initial consultation with Dr. Green, she will be able to assess the treatment area to determine which filler is right for your unique needs. Within each family of dermal filler, generally the thinnest gel injectable is used for the delicate area under the eyes. Within the Restylane family, Restylane-L is most typically used while in the Juvederm family, Juvederm Volbella is most commonly used for under the eye.

How long do under-eye fillers last?

When it comes to treating under-eye bags, it is best to utilize hyaluronic acid fillers, such as the Restylane or Juvederm family of fillers. Hyaluronic acid fillers work well for the delicate under eye area and produce a natural look. While different types of dermal fillers last for different lengths of time, hyaluronic acid fillers typically last for nine months to a year. Though the results of the filler treatment are temporary, the procedure can be repeated on an annual basis in order to maintain the results of the treatment. When you have your consultation with Dr. Green, she will help to create the treatment schedule that works best for you.

How much does under eye filler cost?

When patients ask, how much is under eye filler, the answer is: it depends. There are several factors that contribute to the overall cost of the treatment, including your geographic location, the type of institution at which you receive treatment, and the amount of filler needed to address the cosmetic concern. Dr. Green is committed to providing effective, individualized treatment to all of her patients – taking the time to determine the treatment or series of treatments that will work best to address each patient’s unique needs. Since the amount of filler or treatment progression varies from patient to patient, Dr. Green’s office will be able to provide you with a better idea of the overall cost of the treatment after your initial consultation.

What does under-eye filler do?

Under eye filler is a safe and effective treatment to address a variety of concerns. Under eye filler is injected into the tear trough, which is the crease that goes from the tear duct to the upper cheek. While the tear trough itself is present even in youth, it can deepen as we age, creating the appearance of shadows under the eye. When dermal filler is injected into the tear trough, it helps to boost collagen production, restore lost volume, and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles in the area. With Dr. Green’s “less-is-more” approach to dermal fillers, injections in the under eye can help restore a naturally youthful, bright, and vibrant appearance.

Does under eye filler help with wrinkles?

When patients ask if under eye filler helps with wrinkles, the answer is: it does! When dermal filler is injected under the skin, it instantly works to restore volume to the area. This restoration of lost volume in turn works to smooth away wrinkles and creases that may have formed in the treatment area. Furthermore, dermal fillers help to boost collagen production over time, which also helps to decrease the appearance of creases and wrinkles.

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Does under eye filler help dark circles?

As a part of the natural aging process, volume loss can occur under the eyes, resulting in deep hollows. These hollows under the eyes can create the shadow of dark circles. If the dark circles are caused by volume loss creating hollows under the eyes, dermal filler is an ideal solution. Under eye filler helps to restore lost volume to the treatment area, decrease the appearance of creases, and promote collagen production, which helps to eliminate the appearance of shadows under the eyes. If dark circles appear under the eyes as a result of pigmentation, dermal filler is not the best solution and patients can turn instead to chemical peels, such as the Mesopeel Pericular peels, or brightening skin creams.

Does cheek filler help under eye bags?

As we age, one of the areas of the face in which volume loss is most apparent is the midface and cheeks. When collagen production decreases, the fat pads that contribute to defined cheekbones drop, leading to a drooping or sagging appearance. Dermal fillers are an excellent method for restoring lost volume in the midface or to contour the face, such that the cheekbones are highlighted. Restoring lost volume in the cheeks can sometimes help to alleviate the appearance of under eye bags. However, for deep hollows under the eyes or creases, it may be best to inject the filler into the tear trough as well to eliminate under eye bags.

What is the best treatment for under-eye dark circles?

Dark circles can appear under the eyes for a variety of reasons. Some dark circles are caused by volume loss under the eyes, which result in hollows and shadows under the eyes. For patients experiencing shadows under their eyes, the best treatment option is likely dermal fillers to restore lost volume in the treatment area and boost collagen production. Some dark circles are caused by pigmentation on the skin. For patients dealing with discoloration under the eyes, the Mesopeel Pericular series of chemical peels are a great option to lighten dark circles, exfoliate the skin, and generate new skin cells. Chemical peels can also be paired with a skin brightening cream that can be applied at home. Pigmentation can also be addressed with laser resurfacing treatment. Laser resurfacing treatment, such as the eMatrix laser, works in the delicate eye area to tighten the skin and reduce discoloration under the eye. When you have your initial consultation with Dr. Green, she will examine the treatment area and make a determination about the treatment or series of treatments that will be best to address your specific needs.

Does Microneedling help with under eye bags?

Microneedling, also known as collagen induction therapy, is an excellent non-invasive way to revitalize the skin. Microneedling uses tiny pinpricks to activate the natural healing process of the body, which in turn rejuvenates and strengthens the skin below the lower eyelid. When the naturally healing process is triggered, the body’s production of the protein collagen increases. Collagen is responsible for maintaining volume as well as the firm, smooth texture of the skin. The increase in collagen production results in firmer, healthier skin under the eyes, which decreases the appearance of bags and hollows. Microneedling is a fast and easy way to reduce the appearance of eye bags without the need for invasive surgery or downtime.

The procedure for microneedling is quick and involves minimal discomfort. When you arrive at Dr. Green’s office, she will assess the treatment area and determine the combination of treatments that will work best for you. When it comes to Microneedling, the procedure takes less than an hour and involves the application of small, sterile needles, which pierce the skin, causing micro-injuries, which stimulate the body’s natural healing process. Following the microneedling treatment, Dr. Green may apply serums or Platelet-rich plasma to further stimulate the body’s natural healing process. Microneedling can also be combined with other treatments such as dermal fillers.

Thermage laser for Skin Tightening

Thermage and the new Thermage FLX is the gold standard in facial skin tightening, including the delicate under eye area. Thermage uses radiofrequency energy to stimulate collagen production in the skin. It’s designed to heat the deeper layers of the skin while keeping the surface of the skin cool, which in turn can create firmer, younger-looking skin. Thermage and Thermage FLX are FDA-approved to tighten skin and reduce the appearance of aging all along the body. The new Thermage FLX has built upon everything great about Thermage treatment, while creating a faster and more precise treatment, leading to glowing results in as little as a half hour with no downtime necessary.

Chemical Peels

A chemical peel is able to revitalize baggy or sagging skin under the eyes through the removal of dead skin cells along the superficial top layer of the skin. This then allows healthy new skin cells to be exposed, which can help to make the skin firmer, as well as reduce fine lines, discoloration, pigment, and other visible signs of aging on the skin. Dr. Green uses custom formulations for her chemical peels in order to incorporate the best nourishing serums and skin care treatments for each individual patient.

The procedure for receiving a chemical peel treatment is quick and involves minimal discomfort and downtime but provides excellent results. The chemical peel will be applied to the skin in Dr. Green’s office. When it is applied, you may feel a mild tingling sensation or heat on the surface of the skin. The peel is then cleaned off of the skin after a set duration either in office or at home. Following the procedure, it is important to maintain strict sun avoidance as the skin will be particularly sensitive following the treatment.

Laser Resurfacing

Non-ablative laser resurfacing treatments, such as the Fraxel laser treatment, can be used to tighten and firm wrinkly skin under the eyes, as well as diminish the appearance of pigment discoloration in the eye area. The amount of collagen production that laser resurfacing activates can lead to lasting improvement in under-eye bags with virtually no recovery time. The eMatrix laser was developed with a special tip to treat the delicate under eye area. Through radiofrequency technology, the eMatrix can tighten the skin around the delicate under eye, remove fine lines, decrease pigmentation, and increase collagen production.

Sinus Relief causing under-eye bags

For some patients, the development of under-eye bags can be sparked by an allergen or irritant that then leads to swelling. In this case, Dr. Green can prescribe allergy medication, or recommend a regimen of sinus clearing, such as the use of a neti-pot, to reduce any swelling under the eyes.

Is it possible to get rid of under-eye bags with home remedies?

Many patients wonder, how to naturally get rid of under eye bags and luckily, under-eye bags are frequently treated with home remedies, though the effectiveness of some these treatments have yet to be widely studied. If you suffer with under-eye bags, your best option is to talk with Dr. Green before choosing any treatment option. Nevertheless, a doctor recommended at-home skincare routine can do wonders for dark circles or bags under the eyes.

Tea Bags

Some suggest the use of tea bag applications on the eyes in order to improve the appearance of dark circles and bags, as tea contains a variety of antioxidants and the caffeine in black and green tea may help increase blood flow to the skin. Tea also has anti-inflammatory properties that can reduce the size of under-eye bags. Green tea application (as well as green tea based face masks and moisturizers) has been recommended by certain studies.

Cold Compress

A simple cold compress can be used to help mitigate the appearance of under-eye bags. The cold compress can help to constrict blood vessels, which in turn can temporarily relieve the appearance of dark circles or puffiness. When applying a cold compress, it’s important to use a soft washcloth on the skin to prevent the skin from getting too cold.

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How to cure under eye bags

When patients ask, what is good for under eye bags, the answer is that there are many potential solutions to decrease and even eliminate the presence of under eye bags. If you are concerned about under eye bags, you can make an appointment with Dr. Green who can lay out all of your treatment options and help you to determine the treatment plan that is right for you.

Can you get rid of under-eye bags permanently?

Under-eye bags can be removed through the use of eyelid surgery, also known as blepharoplasty. In this procedure, the surgeon removes excess fat from an incision in the natural crease of the upper eyelid or inside lower lid. However, the increased risk of side effects, ample recovery time, and imperfect results have made the surgical eyelift a far less popular treatment option in recent years.

How to get rid of under-eye bags permanently without surgery

Many patients wonder, can under eye bags be removed permanently without surgery. There are many treatments that can eliminate the appearance of under eye bags without the need for surgery including dermal fillers, microneedling, chemical peels, laser resurfacing, and a variety of topical skin care products. While these treatments are long lasting and can be repeated for continued volume restoration under the eyes, one treatment is not a permanent solution. All of these treatments are an extremely effective alternative to invasive surgery, however. If you are interested in non-surgical solutions to under eye bags, discuss with your healthcare professional, Dr. Green, about treating under eye bags.

What is the best treatment for under eye bags?

The appearance of under eye bags may be related to a number of contributing factors, many of which are challenging to control with over the counter topical treatments. Luckily, patients looking for a solution to their under eye bags can rely on board-certified cosmetic dermatologist, Dr. Michele Green, to rejuvenate their eye area. At her private dermatology office, located in the Upper East Side neighborhood of Manhattan, Dr. Green offers a host of non-invasive anti-aging solutions that are designed to revitalize an aging eye area with natural-looking, long-lasting cosmetic results.

Dr. Green understands that every patient presents with unique needs and aesthetic goals, and she works with each individual to personalize their treatment protocol so that it incorporates the non-surgical procedures and specially formulated skincare products that will deliver their ideal effects. Castle Connolly, New York Magazine, and Super Doctors consistently name Dr. Green as one of New York City’s best physicians for her dedication to her patients and to her practice. By embracing a ‘less is more’ philosophy and taking a holistic approach to treatment, Dr. Green always helps her patients look and feel like the best versions of themselves.

If you are frustrated by the presence of under-eye bags, schedule a consultation with Dr. Green. Dr. Green will rejuvenate your dark circles, hollows, fine lines, and pigmentation to provide an overall more youthful appearance. Please contact us online or call 212-535-3088 today to schedule a private consultation with Dr. Green in her discreet boutique New York office.


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