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Non-Surgical Eye Bag Removal in Singapore: An Alternative To Eye Bag Surgery

Eye bags refer to the puffiness or swelling that occurs under the eyes, which can create a tired, aged appearance. Eye bags can be caused by a variety of factors, including genetics, ageing, and lifestyle habits such as lack of sleep, stress, and poor diet.

There are several treatments available to reduce the appearance of eye bags. Non-surgical options include lifestyle changes, such as getting enough sleep, reducing salt intake, quitting smoking, and drinking plenty of water. Home remedies like cold compresses and cucumber slices can also help reduce puffiness and inflammation.

For mild to moderate eye bags, non-surgical options such as dermal fillers, chemical peels, and laser resurfacing can help improve the appearance of eye bags.

However, for severe or persistent eye bags, surgical options like blepharoplasty may be necessary to remove excess skin and fat from the eyelids.

Common Causes of Eye Bags

While eye bags can sometimes be a symptom of an underlying medical condition, they are generally not a cause for concern. 

In fact, eye bags are generally a cosmetic concern for most people as they tend to become visible as early as in our 30s. Here are some of the most common causes:

INTRINSIC AGEING As we age, the skin around the eyes becomes thinner and loses elasticity, making it more susceptible to sagging and puffiness.

GENETICS Eye bags can be hereditary, meaning that if one or both of your parents have them, you may be more likely to develop them as well.

SLEEP DEPRIVATION Sleep deprivation: Lack of sleep can cause fluid to accumulate under the eyes, resulting in puffiness and bags.

HORMONAL CHANGES Changes in hormone levels can also lead to fluid retention and puffiness around the eyes.

SUN EXPOSURE Overexposure to the sun can cause the skin to lose elasticity and lead to the development of eye bags.

How does non-surgical eye bag removal work?

In the past, undergoing eye bag removal would mean going under the knife. With all surgeries, there are associated risks and downtime, and many would rather opt for a non-invasive option, if available. These days, eye bag removal can be performed conveniently with minimal downtime. In this 30-minute procedure, the excess fats in your eye bags are melted away with micro-insulated needles delivering radiofrequency waves. The melted fats then drain out naturally via your circulatory system.

Frequently asked question about eye bag removal in Singapore

Side Effects of Non-Surgical Eye Bag Removal in Singapore

You may experience some mild redness and swelling at the treatment site due to the insertion of the micro-needles. The side effects associated with this treatment is about 4 to 5 days and it should resolve on its own. If your skin is sensitive, the swelling may take about 1 week to subside. Unlike surgery, there is very little risk of scarring and no stitches are required.

Cost of Eye Bag Removal in Singapore

EYE BAG REMOVAL TREATMENT This treatment can range between S$600 and S$1,000 depending on the doctor’s experience.

UNDER EYE DERMAL FILLER Under eye dermal filler can also help smoothen the contours and reduce the appearance of eye bags. Under eye fillers often range from S$700 to S$1,200 depending on the type and amount of filler used.

Is there any downtime involved in the non-surgical eye bag removal?

There is minimal downtime since no surgery is required. In most cases, the area around the treatment site will appear bruised and swollen for a couple of hours after the procedure.

Am I a suitable candidate for non-surgical eye bag removal?

Non-surgical eye bag treatment is great for those who have visible, big eye bags and wish to remove them via a safe, non-surgical procedure.

How long will non-surgical eye bag removal take?

This treatment takes about 30 to 45 minutes excluding the numbing and post-treatment care.

How many sessions of non-surgical eye bag removal do I need?

The number of sessions you need depends on the severity of your eye bags. Although you can see some results after one treatment, your doctor may recommend you to undergo a programme of 3 sessions for a more effective, longer-lasting result.

Can non-surgical eye bag removal replace an eye bag removal surgery?

Non-surgical eye bag removal options cannot replace eye bag removal surgery. However, they are a great alternative for patients who are hesitant about undergoing surgery.

What is the difference between eye bag and aegyo sal?

Contrary to popular belief, aegyo sal is not eye bag. Aegyo sal is a small piece of fatty tissue that sits right under the lower eyelids. We often see aegyo sal in younger children and they seem to disappear when they reach adulthood. Many people like the appearance of aegyo sal because it gives them a youthful appearance. On the other hand, eye bags are formed because the muscles that support the eyelids weaken and the fatty tissues under the eyes are displaced and move into the lower eyelids. The formation of eye bags often make people look tired and unattractive.


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    Reduce appearance of eye bags and puffy eyes
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    Achieve youthful-looking, bright eyes without the baggage
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    Minimal downtime and risks
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    Convenient treatment that does not leave any scars

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Those who have visible, big eye bags and wish to remove them via a safe, non-surgical procedure.

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