frown line

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  • noun

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a facial wrinkle associated with frowning

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Tiny quantities are injected directly into the muscles that cause frown lines and wrinkles.
I have always had a huge frown line even in my teens.
Tony targeted his forehead, frown lines and crow's feet, areas of his face that he was most unhappy with.
There simply isn't enough Botox in the world to fill 95 years of Simon Cowell frown lines, so good job he's stopped worrying.
Frown lines belie the fear that some openly admit to.
Ultherapy is highly adaptable and can be used to reduce the appearance of frown lines, sagging on the cheeks and chin, and a variety of other issues that are normally difficult to address.
uk) Get shady SUNGLASSES aren't just to make you look cool or prevent frown lines, they're also vital for protecting your eyes and eye area from sun damage - which is important for kids too.
BOTOX (botulinum toxin type A) is a prescription medication that works by relaxing the specific muscles that cause crow's feet lines or frown lines to form.
Frown lines, crow's feet, puppet mouth - whatever way you want to describe them - no one likes seeing wrinkles in the mirror.
Extensively tested, Xeomin has been proven to successfully treat frown lines between the eyebrows, forehead lines and crows feet.
Washington, Sept 1 ( ANI ): Botox, which is best known as a cosmetic treatment for frown lines, can also effectively treat the after effects of Bell's palsy and other serious facial nerve problems.
The portraits come complete with wrinkles, saggy skin, frown lines and grey hair.
Tracy has injections every fourto-six months on her forehead, crows feet and frown lines at Face and Body Cosmetics in Edinburgh.
Alternatively, botulinum toxin acts as a muscle relaxant, and is most effective in improving lines or wrinkles from facial expressions, such as worry or frown lines.
But ageing cannot be stopped and people tend to get frown lines on their forehead, crow's feet around the eyes (from smiling and laughing) and neck bands under the chin.