“Brow Lift” is just what it says. It is also referred to as a browpexy. The brow lift addresses the sagging of the eyebrows, and underlying forehead and frown muscles. Signs of aging in the upper third of the face include a receding hairline, transverse forehead rhytids (the spaghetti looking wrinkles that run across the forehead), glabellar rhytids and furrowing (lines between the brows caused by frowning), “bunny lines” (over the junction of the nose with the forehead, brow ptosis (droopy eyebrows), excessive upper lid skin (dermatochalasis), and periorbital rhytids (“crow’s feet”). The brow lift is used to lift sagging eyebrows, remove some of the muscle causing glabellar furrowing and forehead creases, and possibly tighten the skin to the outside of the eyes to take care of any excess contributing to crow’s feet. If deep wrinkles are present, the brow lift may be combined with carbon dioxide (CO2), or erbium laser resurfacing. Phenol or TCA peels may be added as well.