A face lift, or rhytidectomy, is a popular procedure because it promises to take years off of skin’s appearance by toning sagging skin, smoothing creases, and tightening the skin under the chin.
Because not everyone is qualified to have a face lift performed, and because there are disadvantages, there has been advancement in non-surgical face lifts.
This article will discuss:
Face lift surgeries are most common in people between the ages of 40-60.
This surgery may deliver results which last up to 10 years, but is most effective for patients who still have some elasticity in their skin and have strong bone structure.
Although a face lift may sound appealing to those who want younger skin, there are disadvantages and risks that come with the procedure.
For example, candidates must avoid medication before the face lift, which may be extremely difficult or impossible.
Also, face lifts can be very expensive, depending on the doctor and type of face lift.
Some risks associated with face lifts include:
- Bleeding or blood being collected under the skin
- Anesthesia risks
- Skin loss
A surgical face lift cannot fix the texture of skin, which means it cannot improve redness, discoloration, and other skin conditions.
Dr. Perricone’s Neuropeptide Facial Conformer, a non-surgical face lift, lifts and tones skin and offers the added benefit of repairing damaged skin.
This topical cream full of neuropeptides, phospholipids, and high levels of skin-firming DMAE works to tighten skin on the face, jawline, and neck.
Gently rub on the face for an instant, non-surgical face lift.
Watch the video below to learn more about Neuropeptide Facial Conformer: