liquid face lift at Austin Brewer

What is a liquid facelift?

Despite the claims of beauty creams, products and lotion, no external moisturiser will truly eradicate wrinkles. However, not everyone is willing to go under the knife to achieve a youthful look. Luckily, there is a solution. Read on to discover why ‘liquid facelifts’ are the ideal solution for non-surgical, effective results.

How does a liquid facelift work?

A ‘liquid facelift’ uses dermal fillers and Botox®, strategically inserted into specific areas of the face to emulate the results of a surgical facelift. Dermal fillers contain biocompatible hyaluronic acid to moisturise the skin and boost skin tone. Botox® is made from Botulinum Toxin Type A, an intensely purified protein, the relax the muscle area. Both are used together to diminish the appearance of wrinkles and sagging to create a natural-looking, youthful result.

How long do the results last?

The results of a liquid face lift can last anywhere between one to two years. The length of the results may depend on which areas of the face are targeted. The effects of a liquid facelift can be seen almost instantly after the cosmetic treatment after any mild swelling has dissipated after 24 hours.

What if I don’t want Botox®?

If you are interested in the idea of a liquid facelift but not sure if you are ready for Botox® or perhaps you simply don’t need it just yet. Talk to your aesthetic practitioner about an 8-point facelift. This is similar to a liquid facelift but uses only dermal fillers. The facial fillers are inserted into specific areas of the face as outlined by the MD code system.

Where can I get a liquid facelift?

For natural and reliable results, consult a qualified and experienced aesthetic practitioner. Austin Brewer has over 25 years of experience producing wrinkle treatments with outstanding results.

 

To learn more about dermal fillers or lip fillers in Bournemouth, contact Austin Brewer today on 07823 88388. Book your free skin consultation at our skin clinic in Bournemouth now.