Eyebrows are very important to your face, as they are responsible for framing your eyes and help achieve a fresh and rejuvenated look.
Among the non-surgical ways to raise the eyebrows is by means of hyaluronic acid, botulinum toxin and tensor threads. And you can apply any of these treatments alone or in combination.
The hyaluronic acid brow lift is a NON surgical procedure that consists of injecting hyaluronic acid in the area agreed upon in your pre-operative assessment appointment.
The botulinum toxin brow lift is done through injections that are applied directly into the upper arch of the eyebrows or at the end of the eyebrow. The result is a rejuvenated look.
It is a non-surgical procedure that can be combined with the application between the eyebrows and crow’s feet to have even better results in the visual frame.
The brow lift with tensor threads is a procedure that is performed under local anesthesia and consists of placing the threads in the subcutaneous tissue seeking as a result the lifting of the eyebrows by traction.
Both men and women seek to correct the appearance of their eyes. There is no specific age to undergo this procedure. Candidates are those patients who:
Notice the drooping of their eyebrows due to aging giving a tired or sad appearance. With problems that affect the situation of one or both eyebrows. People who had some kind of accident or a bad surgery affecting the position of the eyebrows.
Regarding the use of hyaluronic acid the effect can last between 8-10 months approximately, there is the possibility of some cases where the effect of hyaluronic acid can last up to 12 months depending on the patient's organism.
- No hospitalization is required
- It is a quick procedure
- It does not cause pain
- Immediate results
- No rest is required
- Makeup can be used after 24 hours
- No discomfort after application
- The results are natural
Whether with botulinum toxin, hyaluronic acid or the use of tensor threads, these are relatively short, in-office procedures that take approximately 20-30 minutes.
Anesthesia is not required for any of these procedures; topical anesthesia is used at some point.
None of these procedures require recovery time.