Q: How can I keep a natural looking brow as I age? And prevent the need for other types of face procedures?
What our experts say:
One of the simplest nonsurgical ways to do that is by using Botox to decrease the pull of the brow by the muscles in the periorbital area. So if you treat the forehead and the crow's-feet it allows the crow's-feet forehead muscle to lift the brow a little bit.
San Antonio, Texas
With Botox you can stave off the need for a browlift. The glabellar lines people talk about, 'the elevens, those muscles actually bring down the brow. So if you treat those areas with Botox the brow doesn't fall as fast. For skin care we have access to IPL lasers and Fraxel-type lasers, which are now building up collagen and reducing UV damage. I think that slows down the aging process and prevents the skin from losing its elasticity.