Under Eyes BOTOX®


Soften Fine Lines Below the Eyes with Neuromodulators in the New Jersey Area

Under eyes BOTOX® at our New Jersey-based practice can be an effective way to reduce the wrinkles that develop below the eyes and the slight bulge of muscle that shows under the eyes when people smile or squint. The bulge—also referred to as “jelly roll”—forms due to an overactive muscle. Happily, there are injections that can improve the appearance of the under eye area, and our South Jersey Skin Care & Laser Center team can guide you and explain more about what this and other related neurotoxin treatments might involve.


Under Eye Wrinkles and BOTOX®: How Does Under Eyes BOTOX® Work?

When you look up “BOTOX® near me,” you may discover that BOTOX® is commonly used to minimize wrinkles around the eyes and other high-motion areas of the face—but that there are other applications as well. Under eyes BOTOX® is considered an off-label use of the neuromodulator since this use has not yet been approved by the FDA, but the medication is commonly and safely used for this purpose across the country.

The active ingredient in under eyes BOTOX® is botulinum toxin type A. Each under eyes BOTOX® treatment blocks certain types of nerve impulses that trigger muscle contractions in the specific treatment area. By reducing these contractions, treatments make the skin smoother and reduce the muscle-related bulge that can develop.

Ready to find out more about under eyes BOTOX® in New Jersey? Contact South Jersey Skin Care & Laser Center online or by phone at (856) 810-9888 to request an appointment if you would like to learn about how BOTOX® treatments work.

Under Eyes BOTOX®: Does BOTOX® for Under Eye Bags Work?

Under eyes BOTOX® is effective on wrinkles and bulges caused by overactive muscles, but please note that it isn’t effective for under eye bags. BOTOX® improves the look of the skin, but it won’t address the look of the bags themselves. It can, however, reduce tension around the eyes and rejuvenate the look of the overall area.

Which Cosmetic Procedures Are Available Aside from Under Eyes BOTOX®?

There are a variety of cosmetic uses for BOTOX® available, including:

  • Forehead BOTOX® to provide a smoother, younger-looking upper face by reducing wrinkles above the eyebrows.
  • BOTOX® around the eyes for crow’s feet, frown lines, or other types of wrinkles.
  • Chin BOTOX® to reduce wrinkles and dimples on the chin area.
  • Masseter BOTOX® to enhance the shape of the face for patients who are experiencing a widened or heavier jawline due to overactive muscles.
  • "Nose BOTOX®" to reduce wrinkles on either side of the nose, called “bunny lines.”
  • Trapezius BOTOX® to limit the contractions of certain muscles and improve the appearance of the neck area. (We do not offer this option.)

Underarm BOTOX® for excessive sweating, BOTOX® for migraines, and other medical treatments involving BOTOX® are not available at South Jersey Skin Care.

“Under Eye Lines BOTOX®”: Which Aesthetic Treatments Complement Under Eyes BOTOX®?

Seeking out “BOTOX® and fillers near me?” South Jersey Skin Care offers many types of aesthetic treatments, including everything from the hyaluronic acid-based Juvéderm® dermal filler line to skin resurfacing and rejuvenation procedures like laser skin resurfacing treatments, chemical peels, microdermabrasion, and microneedling. Unlike under eyes BOTOX®, fillers add volume or fullness to the face as a way of rejuvenating the skin or refining contours. Skin resurfacing procedures can improve the overall pigmentation, tone, and texture of the skin. Laser treatments also stimulate collagen production to make the skin around the eyes look tighter and firmer.


As for an aging eye area, if you’re still wondering “What will under eye BOTOX® cost me in total?” contact our team for more details on BOTOX® pricing and other aspects of the treatment.

Contact South Jersey Skin Care online or by phone at (856) 810-9888 to request a consultation if you would like to find out more about under eyes BOTOX® in the New Jersey area.

*We are all different! Patient results may vary.