Is under-eye padding haram?

Although the tear filler is not Haram, the side effects and risk of the procedure should be considered, since the filler is placed near a sensitive area. Inserting excessive amounts of filler or inserting a filler into an artery could cause debilitating effects, such as tissue death and, in the worst case, blindness. Yes, you would be allowed to wear fillers under your eyes. The second thing is that if botox and fillers are used only for fun and to get inadequate benefits from them, then the law is haram is not allowed.

This is because with more beautiful and beautiful faces because Botox will tend to be misused for personal gain. The main reason people look for tear duct fillers is that they're sick of looking tired all the time and that £300 bottle of eye serum doesn't make sense. As long as Botox and filler do not have the effect of permanently changing God's creation, are harmless, and come from sacred and non-toxic materials, then the law is allowed. There are also dermal fillers that are sometimes used to resolve some folds that may develop around the nose area with age.

The only thing I warn you about is the ingredients contained in the fillers, since they may contain collagen from pigs or animals that are not allowed. It's hard to get really good rejuvenation without fillers, but there are other treatments, such as PRP and radiofrequency, that can help tighten the tissues of the tear canal and can benefit that area. In the UK, there is only one dermal filler that is licensed for use in the tear canal and it is Redensity 2 from Texoane, it is the only filler that is licensed and the one I use and, in my opinion, the best, but you will see that different doctors use different fillers. Certainly, there should be no filling at the surface level and, if there is any protrusion of the filling, it means that the filling has not been placed correctly.

With such a composition, benefits and side effects, Islam certainly does not remain silent to give the law to Botox and filler injections. Botox and the filler itself provide many benefits for women, but they also provide negative side effects. It is hyaluronic acid that is injected into the lower part of the eyes and improves voidness and, to some extent, shading, and helps to fill that area and rejuvenate it. On the other side of the argument, there are those who are followers of Islamic teachings who do not believe that Botox and hyaluronic acid fillers are prohibited.

While fillers use several ingredients, such as calcium hydroxupalatite, hyaluronic acid, polylactic acid, polyalkylimide and polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA) microspheres.

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