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Glasses are not gonna affect how they age. Contact lenses, especially hard contact lens over a soft contact lens, they can put pressure on the muscle from behind the eyelid, and that muscle is as it is responsible for lifting the eyelid 15,000 times a day. So if there is extra pressure/stretch on that, it can affect it and that tendon can get loose and the eyelid drops faster than it would otherwise normally would.

Your Contact Lenses Could Be the Cause of Your Droopy Eyelids

If you wear contact lenses, listen up! Dr. Mehryar Taban explains how your contacts could be the cause of your droopy eyelids.