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    Hello there! I'm in my early thirties. Recently I lost a lot of weight and my face and my eyes look dark and sunken in. People always keep saying that I look tired or keep inquiring about my unwellness.This has made my self-conscious go down. I decided to find treatment. I've read many people try facial fillers. But I do not want it to be permanent. I would like to try that first. I would like them to be injected under my eyebrow, upper-eye-lid, so it covers my eyelid as it used to, and underneath the eye. Are they safe? Can anyone recommend?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Miley View Post
    This has made my self-conscious go down.
    That's great!
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    i'd like to know too1

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    I'm not positive you can get fillers in the eyelid, I'd be surprised if that was possible. Under your eyes, it's pretty common

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    Early 30's? Give me a fucking break.
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    Yes OP, perfectly safe. Have it done & come back here & tell us all about it. Do not forget to include all the brand info too.
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    and post pics.
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    I think so, I saw a man on TV who had it done, he had those deep lines under his eyes and around his mouth, now he looks smooth and 10 years younger (no gray hair on him anymore too).

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    I know they can definitely do the tear trough on the inner corners of the eyes.

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    Yes you can but only go to an ophthalmologist/oculoplastic surgeon.
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    I just had it done and am in love with the results! No more sunken, tired-looking eyes and no more wrinkles!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Miley View Post
    Are facial fillers safe to use around the eyes?
    It depends whose eyes. If you're going to attempt it, I'd avoid someone like, say, Mike Tyson, because if you try to stick a needle in his eyelid he'll break your face in half.

    Best to choose someone unsuspecting, or who can't fight back. Perhaps a baby or better still, an old lady - plenty of wrinkles to fill. Good luck!
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    Wow twitch, you look so refreshed!
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    Thank you! I love that it's so subtle and natural looking.
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