Cosmetic Surgery

Non Surgical Facelift

Liquid Face Lift, Non-Surgical Facelift, Restylane Lyft®, Juvederm Voluma®, Juvederm Volift®, Teosyal Ultradeep®, Teosyal® RHA4, Radiesse

Unlike a surgical facelift, which involves cutting and stitching the skin that is sagging, a Liquid Facelift uses Hyaluronic Acid based dermal filler, to revo­lu­mise and plump up areas of the face that have lost volume with the aging process. This plumping will reduce lines and sagging reju­ven­ating the face, leaving the skin looking fresher and younger.

Frequently Asked Questions

Which areas are treated during a liquid facelift?

Often this procedure will use a combin­a­tion of dermal filler injec­tion to plump up lips, fill out the hollows under the eyes, make the cheeks less gaunt, while at the same time tight­ening the fore­head by redu­cing the lines around the eyes and fore­head; it will also use either chem­ical peels or Morpheus8 frac­tional RF Microneedling, to improve the quality of the facial skin.

Who is an ideal candidate for a liquid facelift?

Anyone who has lost a lot of volume from the face, as a consequence of weight loss, or aging is an ideal candidate for this procedure. If, however, there is a lot of sagging skin or if one is desiring a dramatic result then a surgical facelift is recommended.

How long will the results of a liquid facelift last?

The dura­tion of the results of a liquid facelift can gener­ally range from 8 months to 2 years. You might need minor top-ups in between.

Is liquid facelift painful?

This procedure is gener­ally carried out under the effects of a strong numbing cream and is well toler­ated and minim­ally painful.

Which is the best filler for a liquid facelift?

Depending on the need the filler molecules we like for a liquid facelift range from Restylane Lyft®, Juvederm Ultra 3®, Juvederm Volift®, Juvederm Voluma®, Teosyal® and Radiesse®. We will often combine the filler with anti-wrinkle injec­tions like Botox®, Bocouture®, Azzalure®.

Are there any risks or side effects of having a non surgical face lift?

While in the majority of patients this an extremely safe and effective procedure, it can be asso­ci­ated with some degree of redness or swelling and some­times bruising that can last a few weeks. In the rare instances serious side effects like allergic reac­tions, infec­tions, flaring up of cold sores, skin break­down due to injec­tion of filler into blood vessel.

Is there a permanent filler that can be used for a liquid facelift?

Autologous Fat Transfer is a procedure in which the adipose tissue (fat cells) is taken from an area such as tummy and injected into the depleted areas of the face. While this procedure is minim­ally surgical and is asso­ci­ated with more swelling and bruising, the results can last a life­time as long as one main­tains a steady body weight.

What are the advantages of a liquid facelift over traditional surgical facelift?

A nonsur­gical facelift is often less expensive and is asso­ci­ated with less pain, bruising and swelling compared to the surgical procedure, but more import­antly, the results are subtle, extremely natural looking and people won’t know you have had anything done other than wondering why you look so good!

Is there any downtime? What do I expect after a liquid facelift?

In the majority of patients, the effects are imme­di­ately visible and are asso­ci­ated with very little bruising or swelling. One can put coverup makeup straight away if required.

Approximate Costs

An accurate estimate of the costs is only possible after an in-clinic consulta­tion with Dr Prashant. We charge a £50 deposit to secure your consulta­tion with Dr Prashant, this amount will be deducted from the costs of the treat­ment you go on to have at our clinic.

The cost relates to the volume and type of filler used and if it is combined with an anti-wrinkle injec­tion, like Botox®, Azzalure®, Bocouture®.Average cost starts from £1000 onwards