Non-Surgical Brow Lift–The brows are the frame to the face. In the both the male and female, the brows can be lifted by tightening the skin of the forehead with a laser, contoured by a filler and wrinkles smoothed. In the male, a prominent brow bone can be contoured to create a more softened, less fierce or angry look.
Step 1: Use Botox® to temporarily hold the brow lifted in place in preparation for the healing repair work of the laser.
Step 2: Tighten the collagen of the forehead for a long-term result to lift the brows with laser.
Step 3: Place volume beneath the skin of the forehead and beneath the brows to further lift the brows.
- Look into the mirror and see if your eyelids are folded over in the crease.
- Notice the shape of your brows… are they flattened, unbalanced or low?
Non-Surgical Forehead Rejuvenation—there is a natural way to soften the wrinkles of the forehead without a frozen look. It is important to find a provider that understands the technique involved in creating a softened but natural look. It is important to note that you with the proper technique you will be able to move your brows up and down.
Step 1: Use Botox® to temporarily soften the horizontal lines in preparation for the healing repair work of the laser.
Step 2: Tighten the collagen and repair sun damage of the forehead for a long-term result with laser (Downtime=None).
Step 3: Place volume beneath the skin of the forehead to soften and round out the surface of the forehead.
Look into the mirror and see if your skin shows age spots, dull skin color, or horizontal or vertical wrinkles.
Deciphering whether Botox® or Fillers are right for you?
Step 1: Squeeze your brow together…If when you relax the frown, the skin goes back to normal then a relaxing agent may not be needed.
**Consider being pro-active by using a relaxing agent as a preventative as early as the age of 30.
Step 2: If a crease is visible even at rest, a relaxing agent may be used to reverse the process
**This treatment can be used to “break the habit” of frowning while you think if used at least 2 times approximately 3-4 months apart. If the habit is broken, the need for a relaxing agent can be minimized.
Step 3: If a visible fold or furrow is evident along with a superficial crease then a filler can be used to plump up the skin under the crease much like caulk is used to fill a crack in the wall.
**This filler may be needed for optimal results because a muscle is able to push “down hill” much more easily than if the crease is filled.