When we are young, our brow should lie just above the orbital rim. The outer portion of the young brow is higher than the inner portion, as it slopes gently upwards, before dropping slightly at its tail. Factors such as ageing, decreasing skin elasticity and the effects of gravity will inevitability result in sagging brows, especially the tail of the brow resulting in a flat, droopy unattractive brow.
A River brow-lift will help reposition the forehead and eyebrows to achieve a natural, subtle youthful appearance, and can correct brow asymmetry. A combined non-surgical approach can often deliver great results. There are multiple options for lifting the brow, such as dermal fillers, botulinum toxin and now threads, and they can all be used in combination to achieve optimal results.