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Dermarolling bags under the eyes!

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Tue Mar 31, 2015 8:24 am      Reply with quote
Hello MaryClaire,

I'm no specialist in the slightest, but from my own experience I would say that it is either fat or "something other" that created the bags that has been reduced, not redistributed. Over the past months I have moulded the area to my liking. Not just my "problem eye" but the other as well.The areas are now almost flat with almost no wobbly bits. I think that I need only two more sessions to correct it.

I tried to reduce fat patches in the corners of my mouth with 2mm needles. Unfortunately with no effect. It might solely work around the eyes.

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Tue Mar 31, 2015 1:06 pm      Reply with quote
Thanks Oldfield for responding and for starting the thread. I'm excited that this might work for me as I'm unlikely to ever have surgery.

Could you give me an estimate of how many times you stamped the same area of skin?

Please keep up with the updates. They are very much appreciated.
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Thu Apr 02, 2015 11:29 pm      Reply with quote
Hello MaryClaire,

it is nice to be of some help. Over the last years I tried a lot of things. I have a Tua, a Palovia, tried face exercises, but the only DIY-thing that had a visable effect is Vit A creme and Dermarolling.That's why I registered after years of only being a reader in this forum to share this information.
I think I stamped my eyes around 8 times. Did a session just yesterday. I would say that I stamp the same spot for about 4 times. When I do it, I turn the stamp a little bit so that the needles do not pin the same places (I guess this is terrible English). And I have to say I'm not very gentle. After the session I look like someone out of a slasher movie. Because it is bleeding.

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Thu Apr 16, 2015 10:14 am      Reply with quote
I've been dermarolling for several years but never tried under my eyes. I have some bagginess under one eye so I will start under the eyes and see what happens. When I dermaroll I usually put on an anti-inflammatory mask made from yogurt and turmeric.
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Fri Jun 05, 2015 11:24 pm      Reply with quote
Oldfield wrote:
I did it numerous times without harming my eyes at all. Just pull the skin as low as you can and you`ll be fine. But I would recommend the derma stamp. It is much easier to use and you can cover bigger areas. I get mine of Ebay from a Hong Kong seller for about 6€. But I won't go lower than 1 mm.

Nice weekend!

Hi guys just new here today & I came along this derma eye post !!! I have really bad eye bags & wrinkles !!!! I wondered if anyone doing this uses a numbing cream ??? And also would u use an eye cream after ?? I have done a bit of facial derma rolling but I think I was a bit inpatient

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I actually dermaroll my eyelids area... well....sort of in that area. It's not quite on my lid/lash line area but in the crease area. With one eye closed I put my fingers on the lash line of the closed eyelash and press slightly. When I press on the closed eye's lash line it puffs the crease out just a bit and I dermaroll that area and work my way up to the browline. I look to see what I'm doing with my other eye.

Hummm. I hope my description make sense.


Then I do the other eye. I dermaroll over copper peptides that I apply before I roll.

It's made a difference in the crepey skin around my eye area. I also do my undereye area.
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Fri Jun 12, 2015 6:39 am      Reply with quote
Tiptoedancer, what size needles are you rolling your eyelids with?

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piscesgirlrenee wrote:
Tiptoedancer, what size needles are you rolling your eyelids with?


I began with .5 and accidently did a 1.0 which was fine.

Everyone's eyes are different so it might not work for others but I found that if I pressed down along the lash line areas, particularly near the tear duct, it puffed out the crease of the eye. That's what I roll, the puffed out area.
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Wed Jun 17, 2015 10:28 pm      Reply with quote
That's awesome!! I have premature aging from way too much sun on a fair complexion, and along with that I have bags under my eyes, as well as these ugly little bumps...I think they're called milia. I've been wanting to try dermarolling but I've been too chicken. You're giving me guts. Very Happy
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Oldfield wrote:
Hello MaryClaire,

I'm no specialist in the slightest, but from my own experience I would say that it is either fat or "something other" that created the bags that has been reduced, not redistributed. Over the past months I have moulded the area to my liking. Not just my "problem eye" but the other as well.The areas are now almost flat with almost no wobbly bits. I think that I need only two more sessions to correct it.

I tried to reduce fat patches in the corners of my mouth with 2mm needles. Unfortunately with no effect. It might solely work around the eyes.

Kind regards Smile


Since the skin around your eyes is much thinner than the rest of your face, and also because you are a man, and you naturally have thicker skin than women, perhaps you need to go even deeper than a 2mm? I don't have experience with this as of yet, so I can't say from experience. Smile
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Thu Jun 18, 2015 5:32 pm      Reply with quote
Hi,

I am not condoning rolling the tender skin around the eyes, but I chose to roll… and am writing to share my experience.

I had been derma rolling for a couple of years and avoided my eye area. My facial skin improved, while the skin around my eyes stayed the same. I began rolling the tender skin around my eyes. The first time, I rolled so vigorously, with a 1.5 mm that it looked like I had burst dozens of capillaries, within a few hours they dissipated and disappeared completely. I continue this protocol and I like the results, my eye skin looks fresher and tighter.

It is important to assess your general skin health and develop an understanding about how your skin responds when wounded before choosing to use aggressive practices.

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Fri Jun 19, 2015 6:38 pm      Reply with quote
Has anyone had success rolling the fat pad above the eye, just below the brow? If so, was there tightening, and what length of needles did you use?

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Fri Jun 19, 2015 11:03 pm      Reply with quote
@bella

Hi, I don't know if it is fat or muscle tissue that is bothering me. I'll ask my doctor about it next time. If it is fat then you could be right to use much longer needles. Thanks Smile
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Sat Aug 04, 2018 1:41 am      Reply with quote
Hi, I stumbled upon this post and just wondering if anyone here is still active, and could share some more information on this?

I've done about 2 sessions of microneedling underneath my eyes, but only with 0.5mm.

What type of bags did you see improvements on? I have malar bags...
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