Botox injected below the lower lash line can prevent the upward motion of the lower lid. The result? The illusion of larger eyes.
It can also be injected into the upper eyelid to actually open the eye more, especially if there is drooping of the upper eyelids (which often makes eyes appear small).
Although there is limited concern of causing a drooping eyelid with other forms of treatment around the eye and face, Botox can actually be used to treat this kind of drooping and to enhance eyelid symmetry when used with precision.
In order to get the best results and reduce the already-low risk involved, it’s imperative to visit an experienced injector for this highly technique-dependent treatment.
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