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Non-Surgical Eyelid Lift for Droopy Eyelids

Droopy Eyelids also known as Ptosis is a condition where the upper lid of an individual droops. The shape and presence of an eyelid crease enhance the appeal and attractiveness of not only your eyes but also your entire face. Upper eyelids often droop with increasing age. Sometimes, the double eyelid gets smaller and becomes less visible. Droopy upper eyelids decrease the beauty and attractiveness of not only your eyes but your entire face. Droopy eyelids can also make you look tired, sleepy and older than your age.

What Causes Eyelid to Droop?


As we age, the muscles around the eye region, notably the muscles that hold up our eyelids weaken or loosen, thus causing the eyelids to droop.


Injury to the eye region could weaken or severe the levator aponeurosis or muscle that lifts the eye resulting in drooping of the upper eyelids

Prolonged contact lens use

Repeated stretching of the eyelid can cause it to loosen, resulting in a drooping eyelid.

Congenital causes 

At times, Ptosis is already present from birth. This is often due to a structural malformation of the levator muscle at birth.

Previously, the upper eyelids could only be treated by surgery. However, with the aid of advancement in technology, there are non-surgical options for patients who do not want to undergo the risk, bruising, stitching and downtime associated with surgery.

Treatments For Droopy Eyelids

The severity of droop can be categorized into mild, moderate and severe, depending on the severity, we recommend consulting a medical physician for advice.

There are several treatment modalities we can consider for droopy eyelids. Depending on the level of the droop, the type of correction will differ. At Ensoul, we find that the dermal collagen stimulating laser is extremely useful for providing lift to your eyelids. These combination treatments address concerns such as loose eyelid skin, hooding of the outer eyelid skin, and less well defined double eyelid lines.