Going under the knife can be a daunting prospect for anyone, and thanks to the ever-changing world of cosmetics and the technologies it inspires, this is no longer the only option for improving the look of the face. Gone are the days where a facelift meant days or weeks of bruising, stitches, and bandages, in favour of more subtle changes that reduce signs of ageing without the downtime of a surgical procedure. So here’s our ultimate guide to the scalpel-free facelift and how it can help you.
What Can The Scalpel-Free Facelift Treat?
The scalpel-free facelift can be used as a preventative measure or as a corrective to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and restore the natural contours of the face. The non-surgical alternative to a facelift aims to create more defined cheekbones, reduce the folds that appear between the nose and mouth (nasolabial folds), lift the drooping corners of the mouth, fill in hollow tear troughs, and sharpen the jaw to create a more youthful appearance.
Who Will Perform This?
Dr Tapan Patel, Dr Nestor Demosthenous, and Mr Apul Parikh, all perform this treatment, with results praised by journalists including Beatrice Aidin and Sarah Vine, who was treated by Dr Tapan, and who said the results were subtle and effective.
How Long Will It Be Before I Can See The Effects Of The Treatment?
Results are noticeable almost immediately, and can last for up to 24 months, as well as encouraging ongoing skin rejuvenation.
How Does This Rejuvenation Happen?
This rejuvenation happens due to the hyaluronic acid in the fillers used at PHI Clinic, which is a cushioning agent found naturally in the skin that keeps it plump and firm. Signs of ageing happen when hyaluronic acid levels drop, and collagen and elastin in the skin break down, meaning skin loses its ability to bounce back from facial expressions and sags, creating the fine lines and wrinkles that we all know.
To find out more about the 8 point lift and how it can improve the appearance of the face, or to book a no obligation consultation with one of our highly trained clinicians, phone us today on 0207 034 5999 or log an enquiry through our website.