Dark Circles

Dark circles appear as discolouration around the eyes. The two most common causes of dark circles are hollowness and hyperpigmentation, which is when patches of skin become darker. Hyperpigmentation occurs through melanin, the brown pigment that produces the normal colour of skin, building up in excess.


Dark circles differ from bags in that they are darkness formed under and around the eye area and are caused by genetics and skin tone. Bags appear as swelling under the eye and may be a sign of genetics or the ageing process.

dark circles treatment

Looking after your skin is important and we can help you develop a routine that fits with your preferences and skin type through recommending ingredients that help with skincare such as retinol, benzoyl peroxide and more.


So, whether you have questions about dark circles, wrinkles or other conditions, request a call back to find out more and book in for an online consultation today.

Dark Circles Treatment

Tear Trough Filler

A tear trough is the area between the cheek and the lower eyelid where hollowness may be present, accentuating the appearance of dark circles. To reduce dark circles, tear trough filler is a good option for restoring a natural appearance.


The procedure involves injecting hyaluronic acid into the area. A naturally occurring compound in the body, hyaluronic acid is vital to promoting healthy skin and the injection adds fullness to the undereye area.


Skin Boosters

Another method for restoring vitality in the lower eyelid area is to utilise skin boosters. They are injected into the face and contain helpful vitamins that hydrate the skin and lessen the severity of dark circles.


Vampire Facial

Also referred to as Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP), a vampire facial involves taking blood from a person, spinning it through a machine and extracting plasma. The plasma is then injected back into the skin and helps to reduce dark circles by stimulating collagen growth.

Lifestyle Changes

Dark circles can often be the result of factors such as stress and a lack of sleep. Finding ways to change your schedule may be helpful. This could involve meditating, going to bed early and developing an exercise routine for eliminating stress.


You could also invest in a daily moisturising routine to exfoliate the face with products that contain hyaluronic acid or vitamins.


Chemical Peels

Another option to consider for lessening dark circles is to use a chemical peel gel. These types of gels contain ingredients such as glycolic and retinoic acid to help lighten dark pigmentation under the eyes.

At The Aesthetic Doctor, You're in Safe Hands

We offer a range of anti-ageing and life-changing treatment to immediately improve the appearance of your skin and give you back all the confidence you need to feel beautiful.


At The Aesthetics Doctor, we have already performed thousands of injectable procedures, and Dr Ahmed is constantly revolutionising and changing the beauty industry.


We pride ourselves on patient care and experience and we are always happy to welcome our patients to our clinics in London, Leeds, and Cheshire.


Book your dark circles consultation today or request a call back to discuss your beauty concerns with our friendly staff.

Cosmetic Doctor Leeds
Dr Ahmed

Meet Dr Ahmed

Dr Ahmed is not just a highly respected professional and one of the top cosmetic doctors in the country, but he is also a social media sensation. From winning numerous awards in the field, including The British Aesthetics Awards, Dr Ahmed has gone from contestant, finalist and winner to now judge of the Marie Claire Skin Awards with titles such as Forbes, Tatler, Vogue and Glamour praising his expert knowledge and service, propelling him into the spotlight.

As seen in...

Cosmetic Clinic Leeds

Book Your Treatment Today



Call: +44 7395 308112

Email: info@theaestheticsdoctor.com



    09:00 - 20:00


    09:00 - 20:00


    09:00 - 20:00


    09:00 - 20:00


    09:00 - 20:00


    09:00 - 20:00



  • Phone

    0204 553 5528

  • Leeds Clinic Address



    LS8 4HA

  • London Clinic Address



    W1K 5SL

  • Cheshire Clinic Address



    SK9 1AA


  • Contact us for availability.

    (We recommend booking well in advance)