If you’re looking tired and want to lift what look like eyebags, or indentations that extend down into your cheeks. Then having dermal filler in the cheek or the tear trough (eye bag) region may be the answer.

At the Sugar Box Clinic we use, Teosyal Redensity II. This is the first  injectable filler of its kind that has been developed specifically for the tear trough area to address fine lines, dark circles, and deep hollows under the eyes. Chantalle prefers using this dermal filler product to help rejuvenate tired-looking eyes and dark circles. Combining hyaluronic acid and a dermo-restructing complex of vitamins and amino acids, Teosyal Redensity II is truly a revolutionary injectable filler. Our patients have loved the results achieved with Teosyal Redensity II injections, and we find it extremely popular for those not yet ready for blepharoplasty (corrective eye surgery).


Who delivers the Redensity II Filler?

Chantalle is a Registered Nurse, and back in 2009, whilst working for the UK’s Teosyal Distribuor, Chantalle was sent to Nice, France, to become a Trainer to help other practitioners to deliver the Tear Trough treatments across the UK.

Treatment Areas Offered

Please note that all of the prices are simply a guide. The volume required and the type of filler required varies from client to client, so feel free to come in for a FREE consultation and Skin Assessment (using our Skin Scanner) to get an accurate quote.

  • Tear Troughs | From £350
  • Cheeks |From £300

* Clear pricing is giving on assessment and will vary according to wrinkle depth and surrounding facial volume.

The Service

The treatment time is typically 30 minutes long. You will also want to allow 30 minutes for an assessment and application of the topical anaesthetic in addition to your treatment time. Your medical history will be reviewed prior to undergoing any treatments to check for suitability.

The treatment itself involves:

1. Applying anaesthetic to the skin
2. Cleansing the skin
3. Administering the dermal filler into the skin depression or wrinkle
4. Cleansing the skin
5. Finally giving you an after care pack.

Typical Questions Patients Have:

Is it safe? Dermal fillers are man-made and so the likelihood of allergic reactions and virtually non-existent. Gone are the days of animal based fillers where a test patch was necessary to test for reactions.

Does it hurt? We use topical anaesthetics that are very effective when applied for the correct length of time. Some dermal fillers also contain a local anaesthetic for improved pain relief. Some areas like the lips warrant an anaesthetic, so this will be offered as part of your treatment at no extra charge.

How long does it take? You will need to allocate about 30 to 45 minutes to allow time for both the topical anaesthetic, assessment and the treatment itself.

How much does it cost? This depends on the treatment required to help reduce the volume loss surrounding the tear trough. Cheek fillers are £300 for 1ml and the the 1ml Redensity II deraml filler is £350.  You will be given an accurate price during your consultation.

How does it work? Dermal Fillers lift and plump the skin. This dermal filler is hydrophoic and is designed not to draw more water to the area and cause additional swelling.

How long does it last? This depends on the type of filler used. For example the thinner fillers won’t last as long as the thicker fillers. As there are 9 varieties in viscosities, this varies from 2 months to 18 months.

How will my skin look? Initially the skin will look red and raised for the first day. This can rapidly disappear after an hour on some clients but last the full day on others. Should you get any bruising, this may last up to 2 weeks. With a bruise being close to the eye, you may want to take into consideration the risk of having a black eye.

Before and Immediately After Tear trough filler

What are the side effects? Common side effects are associated with skin trauma caused by the needle, which are tenderness, swelling and bruising. With rare side effects being the risk of infection and the risk of vessel occlusion.

What should I look out for in the different brands of dermal fillers that clinics are offering? As dermal fillers are unregulated, it’s important that you receive dermal fillers that have been on the market for many years with a good safety record and clinical papers to support them. Check to ensure the dermal fillers are temporary too.

What is Teosyal puresense? Teosyal is a brand of hyaluronic dermal filler. The teosyal puresense range is the dermal filler with lidocaine.

What are dermal fillers? Dermal fillers are man made products that are used to fill the skin. There are many types of dermal fillers from temporary to permanent. We use the temporary hyaluronic acid dermal fillers, however, longer term temporary products are also available.

*Results vary from person to person, so having a consultation tailored to your face and your desired results can give you a firm foundation in making a decision on what is right for you.