Thursday, September 20, 2018

Which Facelift Method Is Right For Me?

There can be many reasons why you might consider having a facelift. You may want to gain some confidence, or it may be a way to re-shape your face after a nasty accident. Whatever the reasonis, we are right behind your decision, and have handpicked a variety of facelift methods, such as the LED Luminous Lift, to help you find the one that is right for you.

Is There Anything I Should Consider Before The Procedure?

Just to ensure that you are 100% sure that you want a facelift; here are some of the risks of the procedure. Like with everything, they must be highlighted, but it doesn’t categorically mean that they will happen to you. The procedure could leave you experiencing some of these side effects: bleeding, infection, facial nerve injury with weakness and fluid accumulation. We recommend that you discuss facelifts with a specialist before you go ahead with the procedure.

LED Luminous Lift

If you are after a treatment that will leave your skin repaired and replenished, then the LED Luminous Lift is ideal for you. The procedure only lasts about half an hour, and the antibacterial properties of blue light helps to reduce any acne and breakouts that you may have. The red light frequencies encourage the collagen reproduction in your skin and give you a renewed complexion. If you suffer from any type of scarring from either surgery or acne, then this treatment is exactly what you need and with no down time, it allows you to get back to your normal day to day life as quickly as possible.

Liquid Facelift

If you are aiming for more of a sculpted, picture-ready look, then the liquid facelift is perfect for you. Injectable dermal fillers are used to smooth any creases, plump lips and fill out any hollowed areas. This non-surgical procedure is a way of preventing the need for surgical facelifts in the future.

Mini Face Lift

This technique uses small incisions under the cover of the hair line. The surgeon will tighten the skin and remove any excess tissue, which will result in a more defined jowl and neck. This procedure has a very quick recovery time of only a couple of days, so you can be back to work in no time.


You may want something aimed more at the cheek area. No need to worry, because the mid-facelift focuses on the mid-face. The surgeon will make small incisions just above the ears in the hairline and in the mouth, and then reposition fat pods over the cheekbones, whilst tightening the skin.

The Deep Plane Facelift

This is another facelift that is ideal if you want to stop the ageing in your cheek and neck. The procedure involves the surgeon lifting the muscle tissue and skin, resulting in you having a new rejuvenated appearance.

The Silhouette InstaLift

The purpose of this type of facelift is to add structure to any sagging facial features, including your jowl, cheek and neck skin. This procedure will remove many signs of aging and encourage the production of collagen around the threads.

We hope that this quick insight to facelifts has given you a taste as to what methods would be right for you. Before you go ahead with the procedure, we suggest that you do plenty of research, you talk to a specialist and you are 100% sure that you want to go ahead with the treatment. 

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