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Don't you just hate it when you look at yourself on the mirror and see fine lines and furrows creeping on your face, particularly on the area surrounding your eyes? Many people will say that these are normal as one becomes older; some would even say that wrinkles are Mother Nature's way of showing the world that a person has reached the pinnacle of life.

Well, if that is true, then Nature has got it all wrong! One's knowledge and experience is not measured through the lines on the face. And no one should celebrate having fine lines and furrows because these are irregularities on the skin. Just like your habits, fine lines and furrows develop because of the deterioration and bad changes on the dermis, the topmost layer of the skin.

Fine lines materialize due to the inability of your skin to hold water or lock in moisture; this may come with age but mostly this is caused by the many damages and abuses that your facial skin takes; just like toxins and overexposure to the sun. Furrows, on the other hand, occur because of the muscle movements on your face; for example, if you have been frowning for half your life, there is a good chance that you have furrows on the middle of your eyebrows caused by that angry look.

The good news is that you can go against the way of Nature and eliminate the fine lines and furrows on your face, especially the ones surrounding your eye area. By doing so, you also shave off a number of years from your appearance and start to look younger and more vibrant. And the best part is that you have a wide array of procedures to choose from, unlike two or three decades ago when all you have is facelift or a full-scale plastic surgery.

Chemical Peels

Chemical peels are a classic way of dealing with fine lines and wrinkles. But the advancement in today's cosmetic technology allowed the formulation of better and safer chemical solutions for the skin. Modern chemical peels strip off old and dead skin cells to reveal the younger and smoother layer underneath.


This involves cutting out excess fat, skin or even muscles located on your eyelids. This procedure, also commonly referred to as eyelid surgery, is often performed in fixing up sagging upper eyelids and swollen under-eye bags. As it also removes excess fatty tissues, the procedure can help in eliminating fine lines on the lower eye area.

The good thing about blepharoplasty is its effectiveness; this is mainly the reason why it is one of the few cosmetic operations that have the highest level of client satisfaction. Here's more; this procedure can last for only one to three hours using only local anesthesia or sedation to ease the pain, if any. And it requires only a short recuperation period of about seven days.

Forehead And Brow Lift

This cosmetic procedure raises the skin on the forehead and the eyebrows to give you that younger looking appearance. You may not feel it, but as you get older, gravity and muscle activity on your face pulls your skin downward; this is why most old people have that droopy look.

Tissue Augmentation

This procedure basically involves filling up the creases on your skin by injecting fillers on the affected areas. Putting fillers on your fine lines and furrows may be temporary or permanent; it is also very effective in making you look younger. The results can be seen immediately after the injection.

After you have undergone any of these cosmetic procedures, always remember to apply special creams or lotions to prevent unwanted creases on your eye area from coming back.

Submitted by:

Sharon Bell

Sharon Bell is an avid health and fitness enthusiast and published author. Many of her insightful articles can be found at the premiere online news magazine http://www.healthnfitnesszone.com.



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