Middle Aged Asian Women and Blepharoplasty Eye Surgery
As a middle aged Asian woman, I can now feel the effects of those days when I took my skin for granted—particularly the skin surrounding my eyes. Feeling invincible, I would often expose myself to the sun,wear my make-up to sleep, and even buy cheap make-up, thinking that it was okay to do so. I really loved my eyes, and used them to flirt and express my other emotions in a nonverbal manner.
Gone are those days, and my eyes now show how much I abused my face and my skin. My eyelids that I was so proud of are drooping like my twelve-year-old dog’s skin; the skin surrounding my eyes looks like pressed prunes, and when I face myself in the mirror, I can’t help but feel depressed, as no one would ever think that my face captured a lot of attention in a positive way. I actually dread facing the mirror every morning, as it would only show that I have not aged gracefully.
Asian middle aged women like me are more prone to obvious effects of aging around the eye areas because of genetics. As we grow older, puffiness and fats around the eyes are emphasized,which makes our eyes look chinkier, droopy, or slanted. This problem cannot be solved by layers of concealers and foundations, but blepharoplasty will help in eradicating this problem.
Is Blepharoplasty the Solution?
Blepharoplasty was developed two hundred years ago.It was actually a procedure used to correct eyelid deformities, and the effects of certain sickness and diseases. The procedure was also used to reconstruct damages in the areas surrounding the eyes during World War 2. Fortunately, doctors specializing in the field of cosmetic eyelid surgery realized its potential, and further developed this procedure to help thousands of middle aged men and women all over the world recapture their youth.
Through blepharoplasty, extra fat tissues and muscles are excised, drooping or sagging eyelids are lifted, and loose skin around the eyes is tightened or totally removed. The effects on the entire face can be very remarkable, as it makes one look years younger. This procedure is highly recommended by medical experts for middle aged men and women of Asian descent.
Is the Procedure Safe for Middle Aged Men and Women?
Blepharoplasty is a very safe procedure, with minimal risks or complications. Unless you have some life threatening disease, the procedure can be done to any middle agedman or woman who desires change. The entire surgery usually takes an hour or two, and the total recovery period can last up to two weeks. In just a matter of weeks, you will be able to look at yourself in the mirror, and be glad you took time out and invested on a procedure that is now one of the most popular eye cosmetic surgeries in Asia.
When it comes to blepharoplasty and other eye cosmetic procedures like double eyelid surgery, Asian doctors are known to be the best. They have a better understanding of the problems of Asians compared to western doctors.
Although the effects of aging cannot be reversed completely, blepharoplasty is one cosmetic procedure that can delay the effects of aging and can revitalize the eyes and the face. Wouldn’t it be great to feel and look young again?
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