Forehead lifts are an option if you have a sagging brow or deep furrows between the eyes. This procedure is usually done between age forty and sixty-five but can be performed at an earlier age. A forehead or brow lift tightens loose skin and removes the excess, forehead wrinkling and drooping brows are modified. When necessary, part of the muscle that causes vertical frown lines between the brows is also removed.

Although a brow lift may make you look younger, it cannot curb the ageing process. This procedure is often performed in conjunction with a facelift, which eliminates sagging in the jowls and neck. Eyelid surgery
may also be performed at the same time but, sometimes, patients who believe they need upper-eyelid surgery find that a forehead lift can achieve the desired results.

It is important to note that the texture of the skin is not changed by a forehead lift. Although the skin may be tightened, scars, age spots, fine lines and creases will soon return to their original texture.
  Botox is a good complement to deal with frown lines.