Under-Eye Lightening

$650 | 1+ hours (consultation required)

Please submit the following info to (425) 864-5187 before booking:

  • Full Name
  • At least 2 photos of the treatment area

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*Washington State Law requires sales tax be collected on all permanent makeup services.

*There is an additional 4% fee when using a credit/debit card.

Our modern, fast-paced lifestyles that demand more hours in the day and less sleep at night often result in stress and sleep deprivation. This impacts our health and, ultimately our appearance, with many suffering from dark rings or bags under the eyes. While this is something we’ve all experienced, persistent dark rings can cause you to become self-conscious. Nobody wants to appear constantly tired or bedraggled, which is why I’m so happy to offer the Under-Eye Lightening treatment.

What causes dark circles under the eyes?

There are many contributing factors to dark circles that appear under the eyes. Although this is not a sign of a medical problem, the skin below the eye might become swollen or discolored, worsening over time. Some of the reasons for dark circles include:


Sleep deprivation can cause your skin to become much duller or paler and this results in the tissue and blood vessels beneath the skin becoming more visible, which is particularly noticeable under the eyes. A lack of sleep can also cause fluid to build up beneath the eyes, making them appear puffy.


The ageing process is also another reason for the skin under the eyes to sag and appear darker over time. This is because the skin gets thinner and the blood vessels are more visible.


The modern lifestyle means spending a lot of time in front of a screen which puts strain on the eyes. This strain can then enlarge the blood vessels around the eyes, causing the skin to darken.


In certain cases, some people have a family history of developing dark circles under the eyes, or a medical predisposition for this.


Getting enough daily fluids is important for overall health, and the health of the skin. A lack of fluids can make the eyes look sunken and the skin to appear duller.

Sun overexposure

If you spend a lot of time in the sun, your body could produce excess melanin around the eyes, leading to increased under-eye darkness.


If you suffer from allergies then your body releases histamines in response which could lead to itchiness, redness and puffiness around the eyes.

What is the Under-Eye Lightening?

Finding the right under-eye treatment that is specially formulated for dark circles can feel downright daunting. But if you’re wanting a safe, non-invasive treatment with real-results, then this under-eye lightening treatment is ideal.

I use high-grade serums and vitamins that brighten and restore your skin to its gorgeous youthful tone – with no downtime. The serum is applied directly to the epidermal skin layer to exfoliate the dead and hyperpigmented red cells. Once done, you are placed under a red light to help with inflammation and speed up the healing process.

Let me revitalize your image and improve your self-esteem with an Under-Eye Lightening!

Frequently Asked Questions

How many sessions of under-eye lightening treatment will I need?

This depends on your individual requirements including the darkness under the eyes but it usually takes between 2 and 6 sessions.

Can under-eye lightening treatment lighten the dark circles under my eyes?

Yes. I use high-grade serums and vitamins to brighten and restore your skin tone, lightening the dark circles and leaving you looking more refreshed.

Will under-eye lightening help reduce under-eye wrinkles?

Yes. The under-eye lightening is a great way to diminish the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines, resulting in a more youthful and rejuvenated appearance.

Can under-eye lightening treatment be done when pregnant?

No. If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, it’s advisable to wait before having the under-eye lightening treatment done as there is a risk the substances could pass from mother to child.

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