Question: How Many Eyelids Do Humans Have?
The answer is 4. Humans have two sets of upper eyelids and two sets of lower eyelids for four eyelids in total! A not-so-fun fact about eyelids? Over time, fat can build up in the upper eyelid, lower eyelid, or both, causing the skin to droop, sag, or puff up. What’s more, repetitive facial movements and decreased collagen production causes fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes as we age. The result? You look tired all of the time— even when you’re fully awake. Fortunately, Westchester’s Best SkinCenter provides both non-surgical treatment solutions for all of your eye concerns. Keep reading to learn more!
Non-Surgical Treatments for Crow’s Feet
As we age, the normal collagen synthesis of the body degrades and the skin around the eyes becomes less taut—resulting in pesky lines around the eyes otherwise known as crow’s feet. Neuromodulators such as Botox, Dysport, and Xeomin are non-surgical injectable treatments that reduce crow’s feet without any special preparation or downtime. Another effective treatment for fine lines around the eyes is Thermage. Thermage uses radiofrequency energy to promote collagen production in the deep tissues around the eyes and provides natural long-lasting benefits.
Choosing A Treatment Provider
SkinCenter is frequently asked to comment in the media on how customers may assess potential providers and obtain desirable outcomes. Our advice? Choose an expert medical doctor or aesthetic nurse specialist who concentrates in aesthetic medical services for the eyes or any other cosmetic concern on a regular basis.