The liquid facelift is a kind of non-surgical facelift, reducing signs of ageing with no invasive surgical treatments. Remedies are administered towards the face via injection, and may be used to fight wrinkles, lines and sagging skin to provide an impressive result.
Review Of Your Treatment
Time Period Of Results
6 – 18 several weeks
Risks & Complications
Asymmetry, infection, bruising/swelling
Find Out More
How do you use it?
Our faces start to sag as we age, creating a vintage appearance and inevitable wrinkles and contours. It’s because a loss of revenue of structural proteins like elastin and bovine collagen. By administering a number of injectable treatments for your face, we are able to lessen the visibility of wrinkles and provide all of your face an uplifted, youthful appearance.
Exactly what does a liquid facelift involve?
After applying a topical anaesthetic, your physician provides you with a number of small injections. The liquid facelift uses a variety of relaxants and fillers to offer the preferred effect, which could be administered to a particular regions of the face area (such as the cheekbones or underneath the eyes) in order to the face in general, based on your needs.
How are you affected?
A rejuvenated countenance following the treatment, your facial expression is going to be noticeably lifted as well as your overall look will be more youthful. The liquid facelift may also be used on particular areas of the face area, reducing under-eye bags, jowly cheekbones and saggy skin round the mouth.
What are the negative effects?
Patients can experience a burning sensation once the injection is run however this should pass rapidly. Some patients are afflicted by swelling and redness this can be a temporary reaction and can usually subside soon after the process.
Cautions / contraindications
The liquid facelift isn’t appropriate for pregnant/breastfeeding women or anybody who is affected with severe allergic reactions.