Under-eye filler is used to supplement volume that is typically lost in the area surrounding the orbital rim. While the hollows under the eyes can sink in with age, deeper set circles can also be hereditary, which means that the right 20-year-old could be just as good of a candidate as a person in their 70s for an under-eye filler procedure.

Given that the procedure is growing in popularity and questions surrounding the first appointment might be mounting as well, keep scrolling for a first-hand look at the procedure—and what to expect from it.

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