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It’s no secret that all of us are after younger, healthier, brighter looking skin. Celebrities like the Kardashians and Jennifer Lopez boast their own glowing, flawless faces, and we want in.
But surgical facelifts are invasive, and come with a myriad of side effects not to mention the extensive recovery time. Which is why a growing number of men and women seeking smoother skin are opting for non surgical facelifts.
Non surgical facelifts are designed to give you the same tightening effect as a traditional surgical facelift, but without the potential trauma of substantial incisions, general anesthesia, or prolonged hospitalization/recovery.
There are many non-surgical facelift procedures which can deliver jaw dropping (or should I say jaw tightening) results. From volume restoration to facial threading, it’s hard to compete with the cost and convenience of a non-surgical facelift.
Volume Restoration, also called volume replacement, or “Lift and Fill”, is utilizing what the body already has to promote tighter skin. Surgeons may use a variety of means to replace the lost volume in facial skin including fat transfer, collagen remodeling, and even the patient’s own plasma! Volume restoration focuses on the cellular structure of the face and seeks to replenish atrophied fat cells or tissue which can give the skin that “sad saggy” look.
Thread lifts, also known as a barbed suture lift, employs the use of temporary medical grade suture material to “stitch up” the skin so that it’s drawn taut, reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Minimally invasive and highly effective, thread lifts have been around for nearly 30 years, with innovations in materials and procedures making it only more popular with time.
Cost of Non-Surgical Facelifts
A surgical facelift, aside from being highly invasive and requiring many weeks of recovery, can cost on average between $7,000 and $12,000. And those numbers don’t always include the anesthesia needed for the operation, or the hospital stay following the operation.
Conversely, a nonsurgical facelift can cost as low as $300 and generally tops out at around $2,500. Regardless of what procedure or what level of results you’re looking for, there is a wide variety of non-surgical options available.
Peace of Mind
It’s a misconception that you need to shell out thousands of dollars and go into extensive surgeries to get the face of your dreams. Every day, thousands of people opt for the lower-cost, and lower-effort non-surgical face lifts with results more than satisfactory.