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Plexr Treatment

Eye Bag Removal Essex

What is PLEXR®?

Aesthetics of Essex are proud to offer the expertise of our senior nurse, Bonnie, in the alternative to Blepharoplasty: the non-surgical eyelift.

A revolutionary non surgical eyelift procedure called PLEXR® offers an effective alternative option to surgical procedures such as blepharoplasty (baggy eyelid correction).

As well as tightening sagging skin under eyes, and as a result, reducing the appearance of wrinkles in the eye area, a PLEXR® non surgical eyelift is a relatively quick procedure for eye bag removal. As it isn’t a surgical procedure, it has a number of advantages – making it quicker, more affordable and much less invasive, with little down time and no scarring.

One of the key signs of ageing is loose or sagging skin on the eyelids and eyebags. PLEXR® treatment can effectively remove this loose or sagging skin without surgery, and leaves no scarring. It is suitable for anyone looking for a non-surgical eyelift or eyebag removal (upper and lower lid blepharoplasty) treatment.

If you have bags under your eyes that are noticeable and would like to remove them without cosmetic surgery, then why not book a consultation for a non-surgical eyelid treatment? In comparison to surgery, this treatment is cost effective and affordable, with no scarring and very quick recovery times.

Our senior nurse, Bonnie, will use her expertise and experience to provide information about non-surgical eyelifts, and let you know how the treatment can make your eyelid and eye area look younger and more youthful. As one of the most distinguished professionals in her field, Bonnie can answer any questions that you may have during your consultation, making sure that you are completely comfortable and relaxed.

Please visit our eyebag surgery treatment page if you are looking for cosmetic surgery for the eyes or surgical eyelifts.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Will I need downtime?

No, you can go back to work immediately although you will be scabbed and swollen for up to 2 weeks.

Will it hurt?

No! We use a topical anaesthetic to numb the area. You are likely to have sensitivity for a few days afterwards though.

How quickly will I see results?

Immediately! You will walk out feeling amazing and the results will continue to improve for around 4 weeks after the treatment!

How much is it?

Upper and Lower Eyes- £1,500

Upper Eyes – £1000

Lower Eyes – £1000

Scarring – £350

All other prices on consultation

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Treatment Costs

Free consultation included
£1200

Booking Dates

Various Tuesday and Saturdays with Bonnie

Summary of your Treatment

Procedure Time

30 Minutes Estimated

Full Recovery

48 Hours Estimated

Procedure Time

6 - 9 months

Back to Work

Depending on size of injection 6-24 hours

Sensitivity Period

24 Hours estimated

Risks and Complications

Asymmetry, bruises and swelling

Aneasthetic

Topical

Results

Immediately Visible

Opening Times

Mon – Thurs: 9am until 9pm
Fri: 9am until 6pm
Sat: 9am until 5pm
Sun: Closed – Unless stated on specific treatment page