What’s the best way to fast-track a facelift?

What’s the best way to fast-track a facelift?

March 12, 2021

FACELIFTS used to involve lengthy invasive surgery and months of painful recovery time.

However, times have changed and now there are fast-track options available, from 60-minute lunchtime lifts for premature skin changes, to thread lifts that treat loose or sagging skin. Many of the most popular procedures can be done in just one visit to the clinic.

Years ago the aim of a facelift was to stretch and tighten slack skin. The result was often an unnaturally smooth visage. Now the idea is to refresh and revitalise, with a final look so subtle you can’t tell whether anything has been done at all.

A good facelift makes patients look healthier, rather than different or operated on. We always say the best results should look as if you’ve had a good night’s sleep. No matter which treatment you opt for, make sure you do your research and find a good Doctor. Never be afraid to ask questions about how much experience they have and read up on all the possible side-effects or complications.


What is it: Also known as the Injectable Facelift, this procedure may use a combination of wrinkle relaxers and dermal fillers to sculpt the face, redefine the jaw and improve the appearance of lines and wrinkles.