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A woman is looking at her face in the mirror.

Is there a stubborn frown line living between your eyebrows? Even when you are not frowning, can you still see it? Do friends as you why are you annoyed, when you actually feel pretty good on the inside? You are not alone.

Frown lines, also referred to as “the 11’s” or glabellar lines, appear between your eyes from years of repetitive muscle movement, a loss of elastin production in your skin, heredity and sun exposure.

Frown lines on many people produce a tired, upset or even angry look that detracts from a pleasant facial appearance. There are a number of aesthetic options available to help diminish this effect of aging.

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At Dermatology & Skin Health, we offer world-class services done by award-winning doctors who have proven their knowledge and skills in this field. Start your journey towards achieving your best skin by contacting us today.


At Derm Skin Health we do offer several methods of treating frown lines, forehead furrows and 11’s.


The #1 non-surgical cosmetic procedure performed in the United States offers a relatively quick and easy fix for frown lines.* When injected into targeted muscles, Botox, Dysport or Xeomin will block nerve signals which in turn relaxes the muscles giving you a more carefree and relaxed look.*

  • Botox
  • Dysport
  • Xeomin


Dermal fillers do provide viable treatment options for the furrow between your eyebrows. Results have been proven to last up to a year.*

  • Restylane
  • Juvederm


The CO2RE Fractional CO2 Resurfacing System is a versatile resurfacing technology that may be used to address frown lines as well as treating sun damaged skinage spotsscars & acne scars, and wrinkles.*


  • Moisturize daily! It is also recommended to have a consistent physician directed skincare regimen that includes an ingredient for exfoliation and removal of damaged collagen.
  • Get plenty of sleep. A full night’s sleep may help cut down on stress, a primary source of wrinkles.
  • Wear UVA and UVB blocking sunglasses. Sunglasses help prevent you from bright light / sunshine squinting.
  • Pay attention to your diet. Focus on eating a healthy, antioxidant-rich diet that includes healthy fats that is well balanced for your own unique needs.