How do we perform facial mesotherapy?
Droopy eyelids are an excess of skin on the upper eyelids due to the passage of time, the effect of gravity on the face or many other factors. The periocular skin, the area that includes the eyelids, is the thinnest in our entire body, which is why it suffers more than any other area, losing elasticity, hydration and volume over time and giving way to the signs of aging.
This condition has a great impact on the eyes, the part of the body that has the most weight in the facial expression and that shows first the effect of aging. Drooping eyelids often reflect sadness and a tired look, having a great impact on oculofacial aesthetics and they are one of the main reasons for aesthetic consultation.
Although it is fundamentally an aesthetic condition, it can actually limit your field of vision, so it has a great impact not only on appearance, but also on your health and quality of life. Droopy eyelids can be due to physiological or medical causes, including the following:
At the Barraquer Ophthalmology Centre we have a team specialized in oculoplastic ophthalmology and oculofacial aesthetics to treat all conditions of the eyelids and the eye contour with and without surgery.
Dr. Sandra Planella, ophthalmologist at the Barraquer Ophthalmology Centre