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Tear Trough Fillers


Improve your dark circles and under-eye hollows with our under-eye Tear Trough Filler. Instantly look refreshed!

Prices start from only £230

What are Tear Trough Fillers?

Tear Trough Fillers are a simple, non-surgical way to improve under-eye contour including the appearance of deep circles. Using a very thin filler full of light-reflecting pigments you will instantly look bright and refreshed. Results are immediate and there is no downtime, most of our clients carry on with their day as normal after they come to see us. 


30 minutes


9-12 months

Side Effects







from £230

How does Tear Trough Filler treatment work?

All Tear Trough Filler treatments begin with a consultation at our Birmingham based clinic where we discuss the concerns that you have. We assess the skin texture on your under-eye, and any pigmentation you may have. We discuss how filler can help and decide on a result that will suit your individual face.

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Tear Trough Filler Before and Afters

View some of our before and after photos of our Tear Trought Filler clients below. Photos taken in the after were directly after treatment.

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Tear Trough Filler FAQs

Are Tear Trough Fillers Safe?

Here at Luxe Clinic we make sure all Tear Trough Filler treatments are carried out in the safest way possible. We stick to strict hygiene and cross infection control in our clinic. Treatments are carried out with medically trained practitioners with detailed knowledge of facial anatomy. As with all non-surgical treatments, side effects are possible, we do our best to minimize those risks, and we are also trained to deal with any complications in the rare instances they may occur.

We use Teosyal Redensity 2 for all our clients - this is the only filler licenses for use in this area. We only use this to ensure you get the safest, most effective result. 

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What Are The Side Effects Of Tear Trough Fillers?

Common side effects of Tear Trough FIller include bruising, redness, and occasionally swelling. These normally resolve in 24 to 48 hours. Avoiding caffeine and alcohol before your appointments also reduces this risk.


Further rare side effects can occur and will be discussed with you at your consultation.


You are able to carry out your daily routine after this treatment, there is no downtime.

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Is Tear Trough Filler Treatment Painful?

Tear Trough Filler is not painful, as we are using a blunt cannula that glides through the area. Our clients tolerate this treatment very well and report very minimal discomfort. 

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How Long Do Tear Trough Fillers Last?

Under Eye Fillers will last an average of 9 to 12 months. This varies on an individual basis, and also depends on different lifestyle factors. Some clients will require a top up this will be discussed at your consultation.

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Can Tear Trough Fillers Help With My Dark Circles?

Whilst Tear Trought FIller does not directly improve any pigmentation in the under-eye area. It can indirectly improve the look of dark circles but lifting and smoothing the under-eye area so ​light reflects off the area making it appear lighter. This also aids with makeup application in the under-eye area as the hollows have been filled. The filler itself has light-reflecting pigments in order to make this area appear brighter. 

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Can I Be Unsuitable For Tear Trough Fillers?

Not all cases are suitable for Under Eye Filler, particularly if you have heavy eye bags this may not be the correct treatment for you. A detailed consultation is needed prior to treatment to see if this treatment is suitable to correct your concerns.

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Are Tear Trough Fillers Rerversible?

Tear Trough Fillers are not permanent, your body will dissolve them away over time. However, they are reversible. This is normally done when the product has been placed incorrectly giving an unaesthetic result.


The dissolving agent works instantly, and it's advised to give it 2 weeks before refilling.


Please note only medically trained practitioners are able to hold stock of the dissolving agent.

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