Some muscles play tug of war with areas of the face. An example is the outer part of the eyebrow, the muscles pull the eyebrows down while the forehead muscles pull the eyebrows up. Over time, this upward holding effect increases. In addition, loss of sebum causes a ”tortuous” appearance, especially over the side of the eyes, which makes the eyes look tired. In the past, it was always treated with blepharoplasty, a surgical procedure that removes excess skin, but with the emergence of A-toxin, these procedures decrease in frequency.
Type A Toxin can be injected just below the eyebrow into the orbicularis oculi muscle so that the muscle relaxes and lifts the eyebrows. When the skin is lifted, the eyes also open. Type A Toxin is injected depending on the wishes and expected results. You can choose ”Kylie kick” or ”Mid-brow” top. Type A Toxin can also be used to correct facial asymmetry. The injections are fast, painless and extremely effective. The result lasts for about 3-4 months.