Women who follow Fox News’ Style & Beauty Editor, Amber Milt, may have noticed her brief, June 2013 piece on liquid facelifts. The segment, which highlighted nonsurgical cosmetic treatments, was enough to spur additional interest among some viewers. If you are one of them, read on for more details about the treatment:
Liquid facelifts are essentially a nonsurgical way to contour your face with the aid of dermal filler injections and botulinum toxins. In the process, the appearance of creases, folds, wrinkles and lines are typically reduced. Sometimes the liquid facelift is the only nonsurgical treatment needed. Other times, it is factored into a large cosmetics package that includes laser and skin tightening work. Either way, for the best results, consumers should seek out Board Certified professionals to administer the treatments.
The products often used in the liquid facelift process include, but are not confined to the following:
The time between the initial liquid facelift and maintenance sessions will vary based on the individual’s unique needs and the injectables used during the procedure. Sculptra treatments may last up to two years – or even longer in some cases – as it stimulates ‘collagen’ growth. Both products are frequently used to treat wrinkles. Prices for liquid facelifts understandably vary and are partially based on the costs of the various products used in the process.
To learn more about the components of liquid facelifts, visit the ZendyHealth website. We offer access to affordable, Board Certified professionals that can assist consumers with all of their nonsurgical, cosmetic beauty treatment needs.