Hello Rhett, it’s important to set the right expectations on what cosmetic surgery can and cannot do. Most people have this idea that it’s a catch all solution for all the problems that aging brings to a patient’s face/body It can address physical changes like sagging facial & neck skin, eye bags, even loose skin under the jaw/chin. But it can’t address the quality of the skin (lines, wrinkles). As for the “wind tunnel look” – you may be referring to surgery that has been pulled too tight or when a patient should have had a different treatment rather than the surgery. This is easily avoided by having a proper consult with a board certified surgeon who may recommend topical treatments to reduce lines: Alpha-hydroxyl acids (AHAs) natural fruit acids, Retinoids (including Retin A), Topical Vitamin C and Idebenone antioxidant, application of growth factor compounds as well as the use of pentapeptides to boost collagen production. There are also medical treatments you can look at: Botox injections, wrinkle fillers like collagen, laser resurfacing, chemical peels and dermabrasion.