Those seeking a quick and easy improvement (that can be, in some, less dramatic) improvement in the overall look of their brows can choose from a variety of different injectables. For minimal tweaking—best suited for those without heavy lids—Botox is a good choice.
Botox injections are great for stopping crow’s-feet, the vertical frown lines between the brows. Botox can also be used as an “injectable brow lift” to slightly elevate the brow and eliminate horizontal lines across the forehead to help the upper face look younger and more relaxed.
The location of the brow on your face is a function of the muscles above the brow contracting and raising the brow and the muscles below contracting and lowering the brow. Your provider should be able to discuss with you what type of brow position you would prefer and place the product appropriately to attain the optimal result.
I typically treat the forehead area conservatively to keep a natural look and almost always place several units under the tail of the brow when treating the crows feet area to attain a subtle and natural appearing lift to the lateral brow.
The treatment takes mere minutes and results last three to four months on average. Strategically placed Botox injections can give your brows a subtle yet temporary lift—with none of the recovery or downtime associated with surgery.
Botox is not only a treatment to fix eyebrow and brow line signs of aging, but can also possibly delay the need for brow lift surgery.