Latest news

Botox Under Eyes 

Posted on

Little lines and wrinkles can appear under your eyes as you get older. If you want to prevent or reduce these little lines, our Botox Under Eyes treatment could be the perfect solution.

Having Botox will help to prevent these little lines and wrinkles. However, it is important to note that this treatment comes with risks because the area is so delicate. It is crucial that this treatment is administered carefully by a trained and experienced medical professional.

Botox under the eyes can sometimes be confused for tear trough filler, please note that these treatments are not the same. If you were to put filler under the eye, due to the weight and volume of the filler, it could risk pulling your eye downwards. Botox under eyes is not used to treat dark circles or puffiness under the eyes, it is used to diminish wrinkles and fine lines.

Procedure for Botox under eyes 

Botox under eyes is a non-surgical procedure and should take no longer than 20 minutes. The amount of Botox being injected into this area should be low due to this being the thinnest skin on your face.

Risks of having Botox under eyes 

When having this treatment it is important that it is administered carefully, as this area of the face has the thinnest skin. If this area is overfilled then it can pull the eye down. Fortunately, you can have this treatment at Dr Hennessy Clinics with confidence because all practitioners are highly trained and experienced medical professionals. All non surgical procedures are carried out personally by cosmetic facial rejuvenation expert Dr Stephen Hennessy BDS. 

How long does Botox under eyes last?

Most patients will find that most Botox treatments last typically around three to four months, to help maintain the best results you should have the area retreated. Remember that after having these kinds of treatments you may not see immediate results, this doesn’t mean the treatment has not worked, you may just need to wait a little longer. 


Sign up to our newsletter to stay up to date with our latest articles where we share our industry knowledge, new treatments we offer and more.

Get in touch!

    Preferred location:

    Add a Treatment...