A “liquid facelift” or “injectable facelift” can create a younger, plumper look and address concerns like lines, wrinkles and volume loss. But unlike surgery, the results are not long-term.
Using a combination of different injectables, aging cheeks, under-eye hollows, nasolabial folds and thin lips can be addressed. Sculptra, used off-label, can restore fullness to the cheeks and midface; Restylane can create smoothness around the tear-trough area between the eye and cheek; Botox can minimize crow’s-feet and create the look of a lifted brow and a more open eye; and Radiesse and hyaluronic acid fillers can fill in deep nasolabial folds.
This option is ideal for those experiencing earlier signs of aging and a little looseness in the skin. However, if you have more severe signs of aging, like extreme skin laxity, then a traditional facelift is most likely a better option.
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