Out of the popularity of the “liquid facelift” comes another option to rejuvenate your appearance. This one is being called the “liquid eyelift.” To set the record straight, neither one is a true lift because the results are temporary. However, for those individuals who only need subtle adjustments, the “liquid eyelift” can be a welcome nonsurgical option. Using injectable fillers to fill in hollow areas, your doctor can give the appearance of a subtle lift on parts that are sagging. It is important to note, however, that if there is significant sagging, fillers will not correct it. In this instance, you would most likely be a better candidate for surgery. There are pros and cons to each option, which should be explained by a board-certified plastic surgeon. The results from surgery are permanent and more dramatic but require more downtime. And the results from fillers and, in some cases, Botox as well, used in the liquid option require minimal downtime but need to be done regularly (about every 6 months, on average) to maintain the look. Have any of you readers had fillers done around the eyes? What was your experience?
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