Under eye wrinkle treatment, The natural way to rejuvinate and restore volume

Dark Circle & Under Eye Wrinkle Treatment

Sunken Tear Troughs and dark circles beneath the eyes are common complaints and for most people, the under eye area, is the first to show signs of ageing. At our Wirral clinic we use a combination of  PRF, Microneedling and specifically formulated Chemical Peels.  The placement is typically based on skin damage, skin texture, bony alterations, and fat pad herniation . Because the area around the eyes is delicate, and mobile many clients prefer a non-invasive treatment that will revitalise the area.

From experience we find the least invasive approach to address these issues is to use PRF and inject the plasma in place of a Dermal Filler.  Dermal Fillers are made from Hyaluronic Acid which is hydrophilic meaning it attracts water by nature. This is a concern as the under eye skin is very thin and the addition of filler may leave a blue tinge under the eyes, resulting in a fake appearance, which we want to avoid. We would be delighted to discuss under eye filler in Merseyside with you.

What Causes Dark Under Eye Circles?

Despite the fact that dark circles can affect anyone, they are particularly common in those who:

  1. Have a hereditary propensity to this condition (periorbital hyperpigmentation).
  2. Loss of Collagen/ Age
  3. Patients with brown and black skin are more prone to hyperpigmentation around the eye area
  4. Genetics
  5. Dehydration
  6. Sun over exposure
  7. Fatigue

Our Best Treatments For Dark Circles & Eye Wrinkles

At Beyond Skin, we find the the most effective under eye wrinkle treatment to get rid of dark under-eye circles & wrinkles are :

  1. PRF 
  2. Chemical Peels
  3. Microneedling 

PRF Under Eye Filler

Platelet Rich Fibrin, or PRF, is increasingly becoming a standard component of aesthetic procedures. PRF under eye filler is a procedure for rejuvenation that uses the patient’s own blood plasma. Platelets (a source of healing proteins and growth factors), fibrins (the wound healing and regeneration matrix), and stem cells (conductors of our body’s own healing and regeneration modules) are all present in blood plasma.

PRF’s growth factors are essential for reversing the telltale signs of ageing. PRF has a larger percentage of platelets, fibrin, and white blood cells, as well as a minor number of stem cells, when compared to PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma). Platelets bind to the fibrin network and release growth factors, which stimulate the creation of new skin cells, collagen, and blood vessels. PRF’s growth factors are also released considerably more slowly than PRP’s, resulting in a more long-lasting anti-aging treatment.

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Your treatment plan is designed for steady progress, with every phase promptly implemented.

Will PRF work for me?

PRF has been used in the medical field to speed up the healing process after surgical treatments such as bone grafts, dental implants, and other procedures. It can also aid in the recovery of patients who have had cosmetic surgery. PRF can be used alone or in combination with other treatments to improve outcomes. PFR can be injected into the lower tear trough of the lower eyelid to improve the tone and texture of the skin around the eyes. For a natural and refreshed look, consider PRF under eye filler at Beyond Skin if you want to reduce fine lines and wrinkles, skin thickness, under eye wrinkle treatment hollowing, or dark circles.

How is PRF performed?

  1. A sample of blood is collected from the patients arm.
  2. The blood sample is spun in a centrifuge to separate platelets/fibrin.
  3. The platelet rich fibrin is extracted from the test tube.
  4. It is injected into the eye area with a cannula or microneedling technique depending on patient concerns.


Echocardiography – $250

Implantable Cardiac Monitor (ICM) – $150

Treadmill stress testing – $300

Transoesophageal echocardiogram (TOE) – $115

Pacemaker checks– $333

Electrophysiology – $258

Holter monitoring – $464


Echocardiography – $250

Implantable Cardiac Monitor (ICM) – $150

Treadmill stress testing – $300

Transoesophageal echocardiogram (TOE) – $115

Pacemaker checks– $333

Electrophysiology – $258

Holter monitoring – $464


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