The demand for eye-related cosmetic operations has significantly increased during the last few years. Surgery called blepharoplasty, commonly referred to as a “bedroom eyelift,” is aimed at rejuvenating the skin around and above your eyes. While it only recently gained popularity, blepharoplasty has long been a go-to procedure for celebrities seeking to enhance their appearance and look younger.

Plastic surgeons and media reports allege that celebrities including Renée Zellweger, Paris Hilton, and Catherine Zeta-Jones have undergone the operation on either or both of their upper or lower eyelids, while the celebrities have refuted these claims in interviews. The effects seem to be barely perceptible but distinct.

Historically, patients in their 40s and older were the majority of patients who wanted the bedroom eyelift. The American Society of Plastic Surgeons reports that younger demographics are now interested in the treatment, making it the second most popular cosmetic surgery in 2020.

So how exactly does the process work, and what should you anticipate if you decide to do it yourself?

A minimally invasive technique called the bedroom eyelift is used to revitalize and firm the area around the eyes.

Our skin becomes less elastic as we get older. This might cause extra skin to accumulate above and behind our eyes due to gravity’s unavoidable effects. The lower eyelid region develops wrinkles and lumps as a result, and more folds of.The passing of time added to stress, bad sleeping habits and lifestyle choices can also cause the skin surrounding our eyes to become saggy, opaque and loose. Blepharoplasty tackles all these concerns by getting rid of excess skin and firming the eye-adjacent muscles, which results in decreasing the appearance of under-eye bags, dark circles, wrinkles and puffiness.