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How to Get Rid of Under-Eye Wrinkles?

Have you noticed that creams and serums are no longer enough to keep your under-eye area firm and smooth? Aging can lead to under-eye wrinkles that give you a tired, drooping appearance. These wrinkles are often accompanied by puffy under-eye bags and other signs of aging. Eye-juvenation with Tixel® treats under-eye wrinkles and gives you a smoother, more youthful appearance. 

What Causes Under-Eye Wrinkles? 

The skin around your eyes is thin and exposed to the elements. Your eyes are also one of the most expressive parts of your face, leading to constant motion. Over time, fat and skin can start to sag, forming wrinkles and bags. Genetics play a strong role in when these under-eye wrinkles appear but so do factors like stress, sun exposure, and protective skincare. 

While sun protection and quality skincare can delay these effects, everyone will experience signs of aging around the eyes. Under-eye wrinkles and bags are among the most common concerns related to the eye area. These issues are difficult to improve with makeup and can affect your confidence.

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How to Get Rid of Under-Eye Wrinkles

When you think about ways to get rid of under-eye wrinkles, you may think of blepharoplasty or an eyelid lift. Like any surgery, this procedure has risks, recovery time, and scars. However, non-surgical treatments like lasers are not safe for use around the eyes or eyelids. Dr. Craig Schwartz and his team at Premier Vein & Body recommend Eye-juvenation with Tixel® to restore under-eye firmness and lift without surgery. Eye-juvenation is a customized combination of three treatments pioneered by Dr. Schwartz to provide maximum results for under-eye wrinkles and other issues. 

How Does Eye-juvenation With Tixel® Work?

Eye-juvenation combines three of the most effective under-eye treatments to maximize your benefits and provide smooth, youthful-looking results. All three treatments are safe for use in the delicate eye area and address different signs of aging. 


Tixel® is the cornerstone of our proprietary Eye-juvenation package. This treatment works by using Thermal-Mechanical Energy® (TME). Tiny cones make brief contact with the skin, transmitting heat energy that tightens the skin and triggers new collagen production. Unlike lasers, Tixel® is FDA-approved for use on the entire eyelid area, making it an ideal way to tighten under-eye skin. Along with tightening your wrinkles, Tixel® improves puffiness, under-eye bags, and overall skin laxity. 


Crow’s feet and frown lines are fine lines that form around the eyes as a result of facial expressions. Xeomin® effectively smooths these lines by interrupting the signals between facial nerves and the muscles they control. When injected around the eyes, Xeomin® prevents the muscle activity that causes crow’s feet and other wrinkles. 

( plated )™ Exosomes

Membrane-bound exosomes are used throughout your body for cells to communicate with each other. We offer ( plated )™ exosomes that distribute healing and growth factors throughout the skin, restoring youthful levels of cellular formation and repair. Exosomes brighten and smooth the entire eye area. 

Consultations Available Now

To learn more, schedule your consultation with Dr. Schwartz by filling out the form on this page or by calling his practice at 913-451-8346. Premier Vein & Body by Schwartz serves patients throughout the Kansas City metro.

Is There Any Downtime After Under-Eye Wrinkle Treatment?

Each component of your Eye-juvenation treatment has little to no downtime. Many people who have Tixel® treatments will experience minor redness and swelling that last a few days. You can resume your usual activities immediately. 


Xeomin® is an injectable treatment that does not require any downtime. Some people notice minor redness, bruising, or swelling in the injection area that fades within a day or two. Exosomes do not require any downtime and cause no skin irritation. 

How Many Under-Eye Wrinkle Treatments Will I Need?

Each person’s Eye-juvenation plan is uniquely tailored to their needs. Most people achieve their best Tixel® results after three treatments spaced four to six weeks apart. Many people have occasional maintenance treatments to keep under-eye wrinkles from reappearing. The intensity of a Tixel® treatment can be adjusted depending on your needs. 


Xeomin® results typically last three to four months. You will receive a series of injections around the eye area during treatment. Exosomes are applied daily to provide cumulative benefits over time. We will review your treatment plan timeline so you know what to expect. 

Am I a Good Candidate for Eye-Juvenation With Tixel®?

Almost all healthy adults are good candidates for under-eye wrinkle treatment with Eye-juvenation. Unlike lasers, Tixel®is safe for all skin types and tones. Ideal candidates have reasonable expectations and are looking for a non-surgical way to tighten and smooth the under-eye area. 

You should not have Eye-juvenation if you have certain medical conditions, especially around the eye area, or if you have a skin infection. This treatment protocol is not recommended if you are pregnant. Only a consultation can determine whether Eye-juvenation with Tixel® is a good option for your under-eye wrinkles.


*Individual Results May Vary


Read from real patients about their experiences with Dr. Schwartz and his team at Premier Vein & Body by Schwartz.

Take the Next Step

If you are interested in treating under-eye wrinkles with Tixel®, please call us at (913) 451-8346 or complete our online contact form, and one of our trusted staff members will reach out to you. Premier Vein & Body is located in Kansas City, MO, just past the State Line, and proudly serves Leawood, Overland Park, Johnson County, and the entire Kansas City metro area.

** This blog provides general information and discussion about medicine, health, and related subjects. The words and other content in this blog and any linked materials are not intended and should not be construed as medical advice. If anyone has a medical concern, they should consult with an appropriately licensed physician.

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