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NOTE: Due to Therapeutic Goods Administration’s (TGA) medical regulation rule changes, we are not allowed to make any reference to specific S4 prescription services or refer to use the brand names, drug names, and ingredients to promote scheduled S4 prescription drugs. We are not allowed to discuss prices for these trements. If you are interested please call one of the clinics for a thorough consultation. 


What happens to the Eyebrow as we age?


The eyebrows play an important role in emotional facial expressions, non-verbal communication, and facial aesthetics. Naturally, as you age, your eyebrows generally get a little patchier. Also, the tail tends to drop, which can pull down the eye and make it look droopy. Unfortunately, this also happens asymmetrical. Some people think it’s because of the side you sleep on, but the tail does drop. Everything goes in one direction, basically, and that is south. The quality of the hair also changes, and it suffers as time goes on.”

The frown muscles between the eyes and above the inner to mid brow, not only responsible for the wrinkles between the eyes, it also gives the appearance that you may look angry, tired and the eyes become closed and smaller.


The lateral brow and the muscle around the sides of the eye, that also cause the brows to descend.

Since the eyebrows are closely linked to the upper eyelid they play an important role in the appearance of the eye area. 

Here are common ageing changes in the eyebrows noticed by clients:

  1. The high arched raised eyebrow.

  2. The droopy eyebrow.

  3. Uneven and asymmetric eyebrow.


Very high arched eyebrow or uneven eyebrows are caused by the upward pull of an overactive forehead muscle (frontalis). 

The ideal eyebrow

1. Place the end of your pencil vertically from the dimple of your nose to the inner corner of your eye.​

2. Lay your pencil from the dimple of the nose towards the brow, but turn it slightly diagonally so that it's in-line with the outside of the iris.

3. Find where the tail of your brow should end by tilting your pencil from the side of your nostril to the corner of your eye, closest to your

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Non-Surgical options:

  • Consultations are available to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and volume loss.

  • Skin tightening to under the brows

  • Skin Pen

  • Cosmetic Tattooing

Surgical brow lifts: are a longer lasting option with one of our Certified Plastic Surgeons. Severe brow ptosis it can cause impaired vision. Surgery requires downtime and has higher risks. Not everyone is a suitable candidate, However, It is a day surgery procedure but carries all the usual surgical risks and side effects.

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