Non-Surgical Brow Lift
The sagging of the skin around the eyebrows can make you look much older. Thankfully, we have several simple non-surgical procedures that are pain-free and yield tremendous results!
This treatment can be done in many ways including:
- Anti-wrinkle treatment which helps tighten the circular muscle around the eye.
- Fillers to the upper eyelid area which will help lift the eyebrow.
- Thread lifting of the eyebrow.
- Skin tightening devices applied to the upper eyelid and forehead area.
In general, optimum results are achieved by combining 2 or more of the above treatments.
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Who is an ideal candidate for non-surgical brow lift?
An eyebrow lift is most recommended for adults who would like to eliminate drooping eyebrows, wrinkles, and frown lines. Ideal candidates for a brow lift are women whose eyebrows are low and wish to improve the appearance of their forehead and eyes.
Will a brow lift leave scars?
Since it’s a minimally invasive procedure, there is no scarring.
What form of anaesthesia will be used for my procedure?
A brow lift without surgery requires only local anaesthesia.
Is brow lift permanent?
Non-surgical brow lifts aren’t permanent solutions. You’ll need to repeat the treatments to maintain your results.
Can an Eyebrow lift change my overall facial appearance?
An eyebrow lift can improve your appearance. It is capable of enhancing a tired and old appearance to become more youthful and fresh.
How long does it take to recover from a non-surgical eyebrow lift?
Around 1 week. Recovery time is relatively shorter than the traditional eyebrow lift.
Will I have bruising and if so, how long will it last?
Generally there is mild to no bruising since it’s minimally invasive. Results depend upon the method used for your brow lift. You may need to have touch up injections approximately every 3-4 months to maintain your fresh and natural appearance. Thread lift treatment effects generally last up to 18 months.