travelgirl SAID:

I am having a real problem with wrinkles on my face, particularly around my eyes, between my brows, and forehead.
I do know that a lot of it is probably caused by sitting at a computer screen all day, and the lighting emitted from that. I also have congenital nystagmus since birth,so I must sit closer to the screen in order to view things better due to this eye condition (constant, uncontrolled eye movement).
I jokingly tell my family that I have named all my wrinkles (after them of course), but seriously I am running out of names for them now.
So, my question is this:
What procedure would be best for me? I am fair-skinned, but I do take care of my skin. Would something like the Clairsonic system be good for me? This sounds like a great option, since it is no-invasive, and I can do this in the comfort of my home.
Can you help me? Thank you in advance.

  • http://www.faboverfifty.com/women/members/dr-janet-woodyard/ DrJanetWoodyard

    A Clairsonic is great for everyone’s skin but it will not take away wrinkles. Lines between the brows are often treated with Botox. Lines in the crowsfeet area and forehead can also be treated effectively with Botox as well. If the brow is very heavy, a browlift may be the best treatment for you. The best thing to do is to schedule a face-to-face consultation with a board-certified plastic surgeon to discuss your particular needs.

  • http://www.faboverfifty.com/women/members/dr-janet-woodyard/ DrJanetWoodyard

    A Clairsonic is great for everyone’s skin but it will not take away wrinkles. Lines between the brows are often treated with Botox. Lines in the crowsfeet area and forehead can also be treated effectively with Botox as well. If the brow is very heavy, a browlift may be the best treatment for you. The best thing to do is to schedule a face-to-face consultation with a board-certified plastic surgeon to discuss your particular needs.

  • http://www.faboverfifty.com/women/members/dr-janet-woodyard/ DrJanetWoodyard

    A Clairsonic is great for everyone’s skin but it will not take away wrinkles. Lines between the brows are often treated with Botox. Lines in the crowsfeet area and forehead can also be treated effectively with Botox as well. If the brow is very heavy, a browlift may be the best treatment for you. The best thing to do is to schedule a face-to-face consultation with a board-certified plastic surgeon to discuss your particular needs.