Clinic Eleven Appearance and Skin Cancer Medicine Paraparaumu on Getting Angry
Have you noticed vertical lines appearing between someone’s eyebrows when they frown or concentrate? These frown lines or wrinkles are usually only noticeable during facial expressions. However, over time repeated movement of the ‘glabellar muscle complex’ may cause these lines to become ‘static’ and appear as ugly wrinkles (visible even when the face is at rest). When you frown, the facial muscles pull or contract inwards and downwards, causing the skin between the brows to be pulled into a frown. Repeated contraction of the muscles over time can cause permanent disruption to the layers of skin that sit above. These ‘static’ frown lines can make people look angry, tired or stressed - even when they are not feeling that way.
Did you realise that people have different patterns of frown lines? They may have an ‘eleven’ (two vertical lines between the eyebrows) or a ‘one’ (single line). As you can see to the right, there are also scrunch, boxed and horizontal patterns. Have a look at what we're talking about below:
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