Liquid Facelifts – The Latest, Hottest Cosmetic Trend
By Dr. Corey Hartman
Our skin is always on the frontline of our lives, constantly exposed to various environmental and lifestyle factors that can eventually take a toll on its beauty. Aging, pollution, UV rays, diet, smoking, and alcohol can cause our skin to look older than we wish it to be.
Even so, your natural, youthful beauty should never be overcast by the signs of time. Luckily, there are safe and efficient solutions that can help you rediscover your face’s beauty, including one such development known as the liquid facelift.
A Revolutionary Way To Rediscover Your Beauty
A Liquid Facelift is a non-surgical, minimally-invasive procedure that can help you hide the signs of aging and bring your natural beauty back. This procedure is suitable for most patients, though you should always start with a consultation with our experts at Skin Wellness Dermatology.
The Liquid Facelift Explained
A Liquid Facelift is a non-surgical, minimally-invasive alternative to a traditional facelift for those who don’t wish to undergo complicated surgical procedures to even out the signs of aging. A liquid facelift is delivered by an expert cosmetic surgeon and is highly safe and effective.
The procedure, which does not last longer than 15-30 minutes, involves injecting dermal fillers into your facial skin. There’s no need for any incisions or resulting scars. Once these dermal fillers are in place, they work by gently stretching the skin, filling up space beneath the skin while increasing collagen and elastin levels.
Elastin and collagen are vital to maintaining healthy skin, elasticity, and a toned, youthful look. But as we age, our natural production of collagen and elastin declines.
Thanks to the the liquid facelift method, you can now:
- Reduce signs of fatigue (such as hollow areas under the eyes)
- Plump up your lips
- Tighten the skin of the cheeks
- Even out signs of aging such as lines and wrinkles
- Reduce scars
While a liquid facelift is not suitable for everyone, it is ideal for those who have a small amount of saggy skin and want to avoid invasive procedures.
The 8-Point Facial Process: How Does It Work?
The dermal fillers are injected into the skin where they get to work on 8 specific points of improvement. The eight points are:
- Point 1: Enhancing the cheekbones
- Point 2: Lifting the cheeks
- Point 3: Reducing deep circles
- Point 4: Minimizing nasolabial folds
- Point 5: Lifting the corners of the mouth
- Point 6: Defining the jawline
- Point 7: redefining the jaw angle
- Point 8: Filling the area underneath the cheekbones to reduce accordion lines.
The Benefits of a Liquid Facelift
Traditional facelifts are appreciated by women around the world, especially those uncertain about undergoing a similar surgical procedure. In this way, the liquid facelift is an ideal compromise. It doesn’t require cutting, scarring, or surgical procedures, and the results are tailored, natural, and long-lasting.
Here are some of the unmissable advantages of this procedure:
- Results can last up to two years
- It is more affordable than a traditional facelift
- Produces more subtle, natural changes
- It is minimally invasive and does not require much downtime
- It only produces a mild discomfort
- There is minimal bruising and no scarring
Book Your Consultation With Skin Wellness Dermatology Today
A liquid facelift can be a great alternative to tighten your skin and get rid of signs of gin. However, this procedure might not be the best option for your needs. Start the journey towards rediscovering your beauty by getting in touch with Skin Wellness Dermatology.
Learn more or schedule your own liquid facelift today!
When scalpels, anastesia, and hours long procedures make us uncertain or uncomfortable our our cosmetic needs, there’s the liquid facelift. As a non-surgical, minimally-invasive procedure, liquid facelifts are quickly becoming the preferred alternative to more intense options. For more information about the liquid facelift works, or to schedule a consultation, visit Skin Wellness Dermatology of Alabama online, or call us at 205-871-7332.