Although the term ‘non-surgical facelift’ is being increasingly used it is not possible to quantify exactly what it is. It refers to a combination of non-surgical procedure which aims to achieve the same effects of a facelift.
The non-surgical facelift has grown in popularity as people often feel nervous of having surgery or believe that this is a cheaper option. However, these procedures can prove quite expensive and might need regular top-ups so it might be more cost-effective in the long run to investigate the surgical options.
Facelift: Am I suitable?
A non-surgical facelift would be suitable for younger patients that might not require surgical intervention and wish to delay surgery for as long as possible.
Facelift: What’s the treatment like?
There is no specific treatment combination that makes up a non-surgical facelift:
Lines and wrinkles; the skin can be resurfaced with skin peels and laser treatments. Botox is used to remove the lines caused by muscle contraction and dermal fillers to treat the folds and lines caused by collagen depletion.
Click on the individual treatments to learn more about what they involve.
Facelift: What will it cost me?
The costs for s non-surgical facelift can range from a couple of hundred pounds for a Botox injection or skin peel, up to a couple of thousand for a skin tightening treatment.