Non-Sur­gi­cal Facelift

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Cos­metic facelift surgery is a ma­jor pro­ce­dure that will gen­er­ally en­tail any­where from one to two weeks off work, de­pend­ing on how long bruis­ing and swelling takes to sub­side. On top of this, prices are up­wards of $8000 and, as with all surg­eries, carry a risk. Not sur­pris­ingly, non-sur­gi­cal facelifts have gained mo­men­tum and there is a grow­ing wait­list for the treat­ments.

The liq­uid facelift and mi­crocur­rent facelift are the most com­monly prac­tised meth­ods here, al­though re­sults are not as dra­matic as cos­metic surgery. “A non-sur­gi­cal facelift will not pro­vide the extreme re­sults that the sur­gi­cal route does but rather a more youth­ful, ‘just been on hol­i­day’ glow with­out the risk or down­time,” ex­plains Pit­silis. A liq­uid facelift utilises der­mal fillers to fill in deeper lines and wrin­kles, de­liv­er­ing in­stant re­sults. Sim­i­larly, a mi­crocur­rent facelift pro­duces im­me­di­ate re­sults through tiny cur­rents, which stim­u­late mus­cle tone and en­hance skin tis­sue. “It com­bines wave­form tech­nol­ogy, with the nat­u­rally oc­cur­ring bio-elec­tric cur­rent of the body to achieve in­stantly vis­i­ble re­sults on sag­ging mus­cles and skin,” says

clin­i­cal ed­u­ca­tor Brandy We­hinger.

Non-Sur­gi­cal Facelift avail­able at Sk­in­fresh Clinic or Caci Clinic

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