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Forehead creases, or forehead wrinkles, are a common complaint among people in dermatology. They develop due to several reasons like increased use of facial muscles, or age-related, loss of skin elasticity. Whatever the reason may be, they can be easily treated using various topical agents or injectable fillers.
Submental fat, more commonly known as a double chin, is a common problem that occurs due to the accumulation of fat under your chin. This fat deposition can occur even if the person is not overweight, and it significantly changes the appearance of one’s face. The jawline and the chin are important features of the face as they build the facial structure and determine the aesthetics of the face. Deposition of fat or double chin seriously alters the facial structure and aesthetics, for the worse.
Frown lines or glabellar rhytides are vertical lines on the forehead that can develop as a result of thinning skin, sun damage, and repeated movements of the muscles on your face. They can make even a young face look older and duller, affecting the psyche and self-esteem of the person.
Sunscreen protects us from the harmful effects of UVA and UVB rays, both of which have their own specific effects but overall, cause sunburn, inflammation, rashes, and skin cancer. (2) Among these effects, sunburn is the most common consequence of UVA and UVB exposure.
Studies that focus on female aesthetics have attempted to link the geometrical boundaries of a female face with attractiveness by using pre-determined definitions of what an average female face looks like. This was done without attempting to obscure naturally present diversities in female facial structures.
Eyelid Ptosis, also known as blepharoptosis is a disorder of the upper eyelid that causes it to droop lower than its normal location. In adults, the normal location of the upper eyelid is 0.5 to 2 mm beneath the upper margin of the cornea1, but in eyelid ptosis, the location is well below these ranges.