The New Lunchtime Face LiftS

30 Minute Silhouette Soft Lift  

This non-invasive procedure can lift sagging cheeks jowls and brows without pain and downtime and is ideal if you have lost volume in the face.  Using local anaesthetic, tiny incisions are made near the hairline and soft sutures are inserted to lift sagging skin back into place and restore volume to the cheeks and other areas. The treatment also helps boost collagen over time to improve skin quality. There may be a little bruising which can be covered with make up. Instant results which can last up to one year.


60-Minute WAF Face Lift (Wide Awake)

This new treatment  – also called The Wide Awake Facelift – gives a relaxed and lifted look with no downtime in less than an hour using local anesthetic.

Ultra fine threads are injected into sagging areas of the face to form a trellis effect to lift the skin up and hold it in place. The threads leave no scars and there are immediate results but there may be some bruising or swelling for around five days which can be covered with make up .The one hour procedure can be combined with Angel Platelet Rich Plasma therapy to boost collagen and improve skin tone. Instant results.


45-Minute PDO Lift  

The latest lunchtime thread lift uses special threads made from Polydioxanone, (which have been used as absorbable threads during surgery for over 20 years). The results are similar to a surgical face-lift, lifting & tightening the skin, softening wrinkles and because the threads boost collagen over time, the process will also tightening pores and create volume. The procedure is ideal for wrinkled foreheads, the outer eyebrow area, and sagging cheeks, smile lines as well as jowls and double chin.

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