Age isn’t the only factor when it comes to this cosmetic concern …

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A new study looks at the reasons why eyelids tend to sag with age.

Researchers in the Netherlands studied the medical records of over 7,000 adults.

They found saggy eyelids were most common in older adults – but they also were more likely among men, those with lighter skin color, and people who were overweight.

Saggy eyelids are usually a cosmetic concern, but they can cause vision loss and headaches among people who raise their brow so they can see better.

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