Drooping Eyelid

Our skin collagen may lose gradually due to aging, and other external factors such as exposure to UV rays. The skin around our eyes will experience a decline in tightness, and sagging of the forehead skin will also cause brow ptosis, which increases the burden on the upper eyelid, and finally causes the drooping of eyes and brows.

Apart from the existing face-lifting surgery, there are non-surgical face-lifting such as Radiofrequency tightening treatment and Ultherapy that can help alleviate the problem.  These methods heat our dermis layer through energy and activate collagen renewal to tighten the skin on the forehead and thus raise eyebrows.  The Non-invasive thread lifting procedures help to lift and tighten sagging skin and stimulating the production of collagen in the treatment area.

Botox is also effective in reducing the pulling force of the superciliary depressor muscles and achieving immediate brow-raising and wrinkle-removal effects.  However, it is recommended that professional doctors’ advice are to be obtained before making a decision on the treatment plans.

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