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Brow lift

The most common form of non-surgical brow lift involves injecting Botox. This procedure is also known as the Chemical Brow Lift and can be used in tandem with dermal fillers. The corrugator muscles, which is the fancy name for the muscles that pull down on your brows and are most active when you frown or furrow your brow. Consequently, careful injection of Botox and/or dermal fillers into these muscles (the orbicularis oculi that surround the eyes and those undesirable crows’ feet) will cause these areas to relax and have less of a downward pulling effect. The result is a higher brow arch, reduced forehead wrinkles, and an overall more open, youthful look. This procedure is regularly called Botox Brow Lift or the Chemical Brow Lift.

Fillers can also be used in a variety of innovative ways to lift the brow. Subtle fill of the brow fat pads can greatly enhance the arch of the brow and re-volumise the brow areas.

Thread browlift is a minimally invasive procedure that does not require general anaesthesia nor big incisions. There are tiny barbs strategically placed all around the thread. Once the threads are placed into the skin, the barbs anchor onto sagging skin, and the thread can be manoeuvered to achieve a naturally youthful and defined look. 

Not only can it improve the appearance of sagging skin, can also help promote the stimulation of collagen and neovascularization, which helps to improve skin elasticity, texture, fine lines, and volume for a timeless rejuvenation.

A non-surgical brow lift is designed to temporarily:

  • Elevate the eyebrow

  • Create an open expression

  • Address frown lines and forehead creases

Results are typically noticeable within a few days and can last six to nine months, though they can be maintained with follow-up injections. This quick procedure is ideal for patients with early signs of facial aging.

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