Why do brows drop down and eyes appear less open?
During the ageing process, our skin becomes less elastic, saggy, dull combined with the effects of gravity. As our skin ages, wrinkles occur as we produce less collagen. This leads to a dropping down of the upper third of your face. A non-surgical brow lift can tighten and reduce forehead creases, raise drooping eyebrows, open your eyes, and restore a smooth rested appearance.
When your facial tissues start to sag, your face has less structural support. So, you may notice:
- Eyebrows droop down
- Loss of natural arch of the brow
- Outer brow dropping down, creating a sad appearance
- Cheeks being less prominent
- Excess eyelid skin, causing saggy closed eyes
Non-surgical brow lift using dermal fillers (Juvederm/Revanesse Versa), Botox and PDO threading
A non-surgical brow lift using dermal fillers will restore your skin’s lost volume. We use dermal fillers and Botox to reduce saggy eyelids.
Dermal fillers are cosmetic injections that restore and adds volume to areas of your face non-surgically. Dermal fillers are gel-like substances naturally found in your skin, that are injected beneath the skin to smooth lines and soften creases and enhance facial contours. Many men and women have chosen this rejuvenation treatment, which can be a cost-effective way to look younger without surgery or downtime.
Anti-wrinkle (Botox) injections are effective at relaxing certain muscles around the eyes to help create an overall lift in the eyebrows. We carefully insert into these muscles, as your eyebrows will instantly be lifted, creating a more open eyed and refreshed look.
The PDO Thread Lift procedure safely and instantly lifts loose skin on the face, neck and the body with minimal downtime. Thread Lift is one the most effective ways to lift the loose skin without surgery. It involves the insertion of fine, absorbable polydioxanone (PDO) threads (like those used in medical suturing) into the subcutaneous layer of the skin using small needles. These threads remain implanted in the skin causing micro-injuries that stimulate collagen synthesis and tissue tightening. After six months, the threads will be absorbed into the body leaving new collagen in their place.