In these blog post and video, I share with you my personal experience with the upper eyelid lifting surgery, blepharoplasty. 👁️👁️
Although I am not an expert when it comes to surgery, I will share with you what I have learned from my experience with this eyelid surgery. Please note that all information in this text is purely informative and from my personal experience.
In the following text you will learn:
- What is blepharoplasty
- What is achieved with blepharoplasty
- What are droopy eyelids
- What are the causes of droopy eyelids
- What is the difference between congenital and acquired droopy eyelids
If you watch the video, you will hear my whole story about my eyelid surgery and the post-surgery course. Also, in the video I show you pictures of me, with the emphasis on the eyelids, in different stages before and after the surgery.
As a surprise, at the very end of the video I teach you a simple, yet effective, eyelid lifting massage.
And now, let’s get to the Q&A! 👩🏫
- What is blepharoplasty?
Blepharoplasty is a surgical-cosmetic intervention on the upper or lower eyelids that removes excess skin, subcutaneous fat, and sometimes even some muscle.
- What is achieved with blepharoplasty?
With blepharoplasty one can achieve a more open appearance of the eyes, and thus a brighter, rejuvenated and refreshed appearance of the face.
- What are droopy eyelids?
Droopy eyelids are the appearance of excess, unnecessary skin, fatty tissue or even muscle on the eyelids.
- What are the causes of droopy eyelids?
Droopy eyelids can be congenital or acquired during life.
The causes of acquired droopy eyelids is a separate topic that I will cover in one of the next blog posts and videos.
- What is the difference between congenital and acquired droopy eyelids?
Congenital droopy eyelids are those with a double layer of skin in the middle of the upper eyelids.
Acquired droopy eyelids are characterized by drooping, hanging skin towards the ends of the eyelids.
I hope you find these explanations understandable and useful. As I mentioned at the beginning, in the video you can find out
- How was at my surgery.
- How was the post-surgery course.
- If I knew how everything would go and what results I would get, would I still opt for this procedure.
- What my eyes looked like at different stages before and after surgery.
- What massage to perform to lift the eyelids.
I sincerely hope you find this blog post and video useful. Share with us in the comments below – have you thought about this surgery, or even had it?
Thanks in advance for sharing this post!
Marina from Health Glows