You are getting to that stage in your life where you are beginning to notice some extra wrinkles, loose sagging skin and you would love to have some cosmetic work done to help but you are worried about surgery. There is an alternative option, a Liquid Facelift. You may not of heard of a Liquid Facelift before so what does it entail?
A Liquid Facelift involves injecting dermal fillers into the skin to plump up the skin. It is different from a surgical facelift in that it doesn’t involve cutting into the skin. The goal of a liquid facelift is to reduce sagging and wrinkles, perfect for what you are looking for. The Liquid Facelift also uses volumizers to help restore volume back in to your skin. The Facelift can reduce sagging of the skin by filling it up from the inside, and it can re-contour drooping facial features or hollow eyes. It is a minimally invasive cosmetic procedure and is promoted as a less expensive and less risky alternative to a traditional facelift due to the fact that it does not involve surgery.
There are a few important things to consider before having a Liquid Facelift:
Be sure to find a qualified and experienced physician – Preferably find a board-certified plastic surgeon, facial plastic surgeon, or qualified dermatologist who is trained and experienced in the use of injectable dermal fillers and volumizers. In some areas people are being injected by unqualified individuals. This is so dangerous, it really wouldnt be a wise decision to seek this kind of treatment from such a person, it would bring so many additional health and safety risks and is more likely to result in a botched treatment. Dermal fillers should be taken seriously, just like surgery, as the risk of complications increases significantly in the hands of the untrained.
Do not get a dermal filler procedure if you are experiencing any active skinq sore, herpes outbreak, pimple, rash, cyst or infection near to where you are looking to have your injection. If you do experience this at the time of your appointment it would be best to reschedule until the condition is fully resolved. Also, bear in mind that getting any kind of skin treatments at the same time as your dermal filler procedure is not recommended. You would want to inform your physician of any existing medical conditions during your consultation as well as any medications you may be taking.
Do not agree to have anything injected into your face or body that is not available in the United States. Many patients have been hurt or damaged, some irreparably, by making this mistake.
A Liquid Facelift is a really good option for addressing the signs of aging without having an invasive surgery. In many ways, the risks are much less than those of surgical approaches, and the results can be quite impressive, just be sure to do your research before yiu go ahead with the treatment.