What is a Chemical Brow Lift?
A lateral brow lift is a procedure that can be very effective for people with mild to moderate brow heaviness due to naturally-dropping eyelids or low-hanging eyebrows.
The brow lift literally raises the skin tissues surrounding the eyes and the eyebrows, so the the natural eyebrow arch is a few millimeters higher. It tends to leave the eyes looking wider and more youthful.
A lateral brow lift with Botox (also known as 'chemical lift') offers a non-invasive alternative to surgery and it is an increasingly popular anti-ageing procedure for men and women.
Botox (Botulinum Toxin) injections for a Chemical Brow Lift
The lateral brow lift works by using Botox to selectively weaken some of the muscles surrounding your eye, thereby changing the dynamic balance among facial muscles pulling in different directions. Botos is injected in two or three muscles that usually pull the brow down; by weakening these muscles, a lift in appearance is achieved. By selectively weakening part of the frontalis (brow) muscle, the lines across the forehead are also softenend.
Although a lateral brow lift can be achieved through cosmetic surgery, Botox injections offer a safe, approved and non-invasive alternative.
Botox is a temporary solution and its effects are fully reversible. Although its full benefit may not be seen for a couple of weeks after a treatment, the effects of Botox typically last for about three to four months. Botox injections are quick and convenient to administer and Bellissima offers some of the most competitive Botox prices.