Just like the eyelids, neck, and jowls, the forehead and eyebrows can show signs of aging over time. As we age, the forehead can show deepening furrows and folds, and there is a loss of the underlying soft tissues responsible for volume and a youthful appearance of the upper face. The eyebrows can also descend with aging, often imparting a tired appearance to the eyes.
A Good Candidate for a Browlift…
- Is anywhere from 35-65 years of age
- Suffers from a furrowed, wrinkled brow with heavy lines and creases
- May suffer vision problems from low-hanging eyebrows
- Wishes to complement and enhance the results of a blepharoplasty or facelift
- Is in good mental and physical health
- Has realistic expectations for improvement rather than perfection