When the upper eyelids contain too much skin or not enough fat, which is what gives them fullness, they can droop or sag. A droopy eyebrow is usually common with a droopy eyelid, which can cause the lid to protrude outward and sit on top of the lashes, causing a hooded look.
Upper blepharoplasty is the most effective way to correct an upper eyelid that has become slack. The procedure involves making a small incision in the eyelid and then removing excess skin and muscle and tightening up the fat.
Although injectables are typically used in the under-eye area to add lost volume, fillers are quickly gaining popularity for use in the upper eyelid and brow area. When the brow has become deflated, hyaluronic acid options like Restylane can be used to plump up the area as an alternative to surgery.
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