Do people usually comment that you look sleepy or tired? Have you had trouble reading or looking up without having to tilt your head back? If you have answered yes to both or any of these questions you may suffer from low-lying lids, also known as acquired ptosis. Fortunately, there is a solution. Introducing eyelid lifting drops with Upneeq that can help you improve and/or solve this problem over time.
About Eyelid Lifting Drops for Acquired Ptosis
Acquired ptosis is the medical term for low-lying lids. It’s an eye condition that affects both men and women in their 40s or older that is characterized by upper eyelids lying down, thus giving the person a tired or sleepy look. There are many people that suffer from this condition. However, as it evolves over time, not all of them seek a consultation with an ophthalmologist, dermatologist, or the medical spa to receive a diagnosis.
Low-lying eyelids don’t only affect people from an aesthetic point of view. It can interfere with everyday life, making it difficult to read a book or a screen, look up, drive, as well as use the computer. More often than not, by the time they go to the doctor’s office, their acquired ptosis is advanced and the treatment is not as effective.
Late diagnosis can take longer to show results or is only limited to more invasive surgical procedures. Acquired ptosis usually occurs when the muscles in the eyelids stretch and weaken, thus causing the lids to drop.
Uneeq are eyelid lifting drops that help those affected with this condition no matter its stage. Uneeq is an oxymetazoline hydrochloride ophthalmic solution; a prescription eye drop used to treat acquired blepharoptosis in adults. Applying a daily drop of Uneeq can help you gradually lift your upper eyelid to improve your vision and the way you look.
Are Uneeq Eyelid Lifting Drops For Me?
Aging is not the only reason why your eyelids may drop. There are other medical conditions such as stroke, Horner syndrome, myasthenia gravis, loss of the ability to move eye muscles, eye tumors, or a brain aneurysm that can lead to drooping eyelids. If you suffer from any of these conditions, tell your doctor before starting your treatment with Uneeq.
Ophthalmologists are not the only individuals who can prescribe you these eyelid lifting drops. You can consult with a medical spa, dermatologists, aesthetics practitioners, and all types of eye care professionals to prescribe Upneeq.
A health expert will evaluate your eyelids and inform you how long you should use Upneeq to improve your condition. Further informing you about potential side effects to be aware of and what to expect following use.
Are There Side Effects to Using Uneeq Eyelid Lifting Drops?
The most common adverse reactions with Uneeq were eye inflammation, eye redness, dry eye, blurred vision, eye pain at the time of use, eye irritation, and headache.
It may affect your blood pressure and worsen any symptoms of existing medical conditions. This is why consulting with your physician before taking Upneeq is suggested.
As with any other prescribed medication, using Uneeq drops is safe as long as you use them as prescribed. It is also important to inform your provider of any medical condition you may suffer.
Try Uneeq at Glamor Medical
If you are suffering from Ptosis and can’t seem to find a solution, try eyelid lifting drops with Upneeq. Glamor Medical in Boca Raton is now offering Upneeq to their clients. Owner and practitioner Alena Kuneff, MMS, PA-C only offers the best services, practices, and technology to ensure her clients the best results.
In clinical trials, Upneeq helped patients with acquired ptosis see more—on the first day of treatment! 87.8% of patients had some form of improvement. While 40.8% of patients had at least a 50% improvement on Day 14 (2 hours after applying Upneeq). If you are interested in trying Upneeq in Boca Raton, book a consultation at Glamor Medical today.
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