A COSMETIC doctor has praised ‘Botox in a jar’ eye patches that she says best help eliminate under-eye bags non-invasively.
The doctor shared her candid review of the popular under-eye patch product online and why it’s a safer and cheaper alternative to filler.
Advanced Aesthetics Doctor Asalet Yener tried the viral ‘Botox in a jar’ patches for under-eye bags and now swears by the non-injectable product for her patientsCredit: TikTok
Dr. Asalet Yener says she was shocked by the results of the beauty productCredit: TikTok
Advanced Aesthetics Doctor Asalet Yener, known as @dr.asalet on TikTok, specializes in natural-looking cosmetic results and posts content geared towards surgery, skin care, and health.
It seems only right that her review of the Depology Serum-Infused Micro Dart Patches, $116, came from a place of knowledge and understanding due to her background.
Dr. Asalet was sent the skincare product by the company and tried and tested it on herself before posting her video review on the social platform.
She says at the start of the video that it was paramount for her to only post a product that she can say “I truly believe in it.”
In order to be transparent with her viewers, the cosmetic doctor then delves into a description of the ingredients within the beauty item and its benefits.
Each pack contains 8 sachets and each sachet contains one left and one right under-eye patch.
According to the medical professional, each patch contains 1,000 micro-darts of three active ingredients that disperse into the skin.
They are hyaluronic acid, Argireline aka “Botox in a jar” and trehalose.
Hyaluronic acid is meant to hydrate and improve the skin of the under-eye area, Argireline helps to improve fine lines and wrinkles, and trehalose hydrates and protects fiber blasts, so you can keep producing collagen.
“You need to maintain and keep what you have because it’s much harder to get it later on. That’s always my motto,” she adds.
Dr. Asalet then shows viewers the application process of the patches and applies the product to her under-eye area before she goes outside.
“Usually, what you should do is you should apply it overnight and keep it on for about two hours as a minimum,” she states.
The aesthetics doctor applies the Depology under-eye patch on her face for viewersCredit: TikTok
“And that’s when you should feel a little pinch, so it’s not painful but it releases the product directly into your skin,” she tells viewers.
She then presses her eye patch into her skin to really absorb the materials.
As the video moves toward a close, the doctor emphasizes how great the product is and says she will recommend it to her patients going forward.
“It’s a great non-surgical, non-injectable alternative to have treatment done to help maintain your under-eye region…” she declares.
Dr. Asalet appears sold on the product as she herself is a living success story and satisfied customer of the worthwhile skin care merchandise.
The cosmetic doctor shows viewers the packaging of the intense Depology Serum-infused Micro Dart PatchesCredit: TikTok