Frown Lines

As we age, practically everyone will worry about developing wrinkles and lines in their skin to some extent. Frown lines, which are little vertical lines that run between the eyebrows, are frequently one of the more prominent types of creases. Frown lines, also referred to as “eleven lines” or “glabella lines,” can frequently get deeper and more obvious over time, giving the person who has them an unnaturally tense or furious expression. Mature skin loses its firm and full qualities as a result of the natural decrease in collagen and elastin that occurs with ageing, making it more challenging to “bounce back.” The loss of the qualities that once made a young complexion appear bright and plump gives way to a look that signifies the consequences of weakening skin that is not as well-supported by its underlying structure. From the moment we wake up until we go to bed, the face is an active aspect of the body that is always in motion. The functions we use on a daily basis to communicate, eat, laugh, cry, express ourselves, and sleep must cooperate. The result of these frequent facial motions is the formation of wrinkles and furrows in the skin due to fatigued muscles and weak skin. The procerus and corrugator muscles on the forehead, which draw the eyebrows together when we frown in annoyance or under stress, are responsible for the formation of frown lines in particular. Whether they are deeper set wrinkles or fine lines, minimising their appearance can give the upper face a more refreshed and tranquil appearance. With a range of treatments tailored to your specific needs, Dr. Choudry and her team of experts can give your skin a firmer, smoother texture.