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Non-surgical facelift (8-point lift)
As we age, our skin loses hyaluronic acid (a natural sugar found within the skin). As a result, the volume decreases and wrinkles and folds start to appear. Other factors like gravity pulls the skin down and results in sagging skin.
The 8-point lift is a non-surgical procedure that can be achieved to help ease signs of ageing and subtly enhances your natural features. It consists of injecting hyaluronic acid gel, also known as dermal filler, in 8 specific areas of the face to try and reverse the signs of ageing.
What are the benefits of Non-surgical facelift (8-point lift)?
The 8 point lift will restore lost volume to cheeks, will help attenuate the nose to mouth lines as well as the mouth to chin lines also known as the marionettes lines. It will redefine the jawline and improve the jowls that often start forming as we age. After addressing these specific areas, you will look fresher and rejuvenated.
The results are immediate and can last up to 18 months.
What is involved in Non-surgical facelift?
During a consultation, one of our experienced aesthetic practitioners will examine your face. They will determine if you are suitable for this procedure. If so, photos will be taken before the procedure.
The skin will be cleansed with an antiseptic solution and the practitioner will mark the areas to inject. A topical local anaesthetic cream will be applied to your skin. It will be left on for about 20 minutes.
After the local anaesthetic is removed the practitioner will start injecting. Most injections will be done within the subcutaneous tissues or to the bone structure where a quantity of dermal filler will be placed.
Photos will be taken after the procedure, and this allows the practitioner to compare the results.
Before & After
Frequently Asked Questions
Your practitioner will ask you to follow some advice following your treatment for the best results.
Some people experience mild bruising and swelling after the procedure. If this occurs you can expect the bruising and swelling to wear off in about a week. After the procedure you can expect to have slight redness around the treated area, which will last a few hours. It is not recommended to drink alcohol or exercise for at least 24 hours after the procedure- this is to avoid bruising and swelling. Anti-inflammatory medication such as Aspirin, Ibuprofen, Naproxen … should not be taken 48 hours before as well as 48 hours after the procedure. This is also to minimise the risk of bleeding and bruising.
There may be some bleeding during the treatment. As a result, there may be some bruising and swelling in the injected area that can last for 24 to 48 hours. Your practitioner can recommend applying ice for 15 minutes afterwards on the injected area to minimise swelling and to make it more comfortable.