In today’s world, we want to look good, feel good, and accomplish both of those things as easily as possible. Back before the best cosmetic skincare treatments sat at the forefront of the aesthetic industry, there were limited options for those wanting to turn back the hands of time on their skin.
Facelifts, which happened to have recently celebrated their 100th birthday, have increased with popularity over the last century. In 1916, the German surgeon and president of the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons, Rajiv Grover, performed the first facelift: ‘Lifting the [sagging] skin from the underlying fat, drawing it back, re-draping it and then removing the excess.’
This is when the face of history, changed forever – pun intended.
What started as an exclusive procedure reserved for high-society elite such as actors and individuals of wealth slowly but surely became a staple in the cosmetic surgery game. But a facelift, as transformative as they might be, is a major undertaking for the patient.
“Facelifts traditionally involve major surgery – sometimes hours on the operating table. Stitches, bruising and pain can result in needing weeks of downtime, which in today’s society, is hard to manage.”
– Drs. Marianna Blyumin-Karasik and Lesley Clark-Loeser, of Precision Skin Institute
Performed To A Presice Aesthetic Balance At Precision Skin Institute
The alternative, and one of the most popular trending skincare treatments for 2019 is the liquid facelift: No cutting, no stitches, and certainly no downtime required.
A liquid facelift, as reported by Very Well Health, “uses injectables known as dermal fillers, along with Botox, to help plump up, relax, and fill in the appearance of facial lines and wrinkles. It also can restore youthful volume to the face, reduce sagging of the skin by filling it up from the inside, and re-contour drooping facial features or hollow eyes. It is one of the latest anti-aging trends in non-invasive cosmetic procedures and is touted as a less expensive and less risky alternative to a traditional facelift.”
At Precision Skin Institute, we pride ourselves on using only the best dermal fillers and biostimulants in the injectables game.
“There are many injectables in our toolbox that can accomplish a liquid facelift and we pick and choose our products like artists would pick paint colors and brushes based on individual patient skin types, genders, needs, as per our commitment helping each patient strike a precise aesthetic balance.”
– Dr. Marianna Blyumin-Karasik
By analyzing the needs of your skin, we are able to customize your liquid facelift and give you a whole new refreshed and rejuvenated look in less time than it takes to complete a spin class.
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Xeomin and Radiesse
Come spring, we’ll be adding Xeomin and Radiesse as two new injectable options to give us even more flexibility in creating the most precise aesthetic balance for your liquid facelift goals.