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Face Lift Without Surgery

Updated on July 5, 2010


Many people want younger looking skin. As we get older, we age and as a result we develop wrinkles and bags on our face. Many people do not want to go around with a face full of wrinkles and blemishes.

As a result, many people look for a solution to help them get rid of wrinkles, fine lines, and sagging skin. A face lift may be considered as one of those options. But many people do not have the money to pay for the procedure of getting a face lift. Some may even be afraid of the risks associated with getting a face lift surgery.

Fortunately, there are many ways to achieve a face lift without surgery. So people do not have to worry about expensive surgery and some of the bad outcomes of getting a face lift surgery.

Face Lift Without Surgery Is Preferred

Just to let you know why so many people prefer methods of getting a face lift without surgery, here are some of the pluses about achieving a face lift non surgically rather than getting surgery for a face lift.

Cost - Getting a face lift without surgery will save you a lot of money compared to getting one surgically. On average, a face lift could cost you around $6000 or more. You can choose a method of getting a face lift without surgery such as the use of a face lift cream that would cost $60 bucks. The cost vary depending on what type of cream you choose but it is a whole lot less expensive when compared to surgery.

Recovery - Recovering from a face lift surgery can take some time. Recovery time for some other non surgical methods of getting a face lift is very short compared to a standard surgery procedure. And for some methods, there is none at all.

Risks and Complications - There are some risks associated with face lift surgery that might cause complications that are more than likely not present when it comes to getting a face lift without surgery. Facial nerve injury, scarring, bleeding, infection, skin loss, pain, and results that are dissatisfying are some of the risks associated with getting a face lift surgery.

How to Get a Face Lift Without Surgery

There are many ways to get a face lift without surgery. Below are some of the most common ways to get a face lift without surgery.

Botox - This is a popular form of getting a face lift without surgery. It involves getting injected in the face and works by relaxing the muscles in the problem areas to smooth the skin and lessen the appearance of wrinkles. You can expect to pay on average around 300-500 dollars a session. Results usually last about 3-4 months so you would need to keep getting botox to maintain the look.

Collagen Injections - With this method, collagen is injected into the skin to raise tissue and lessen the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. You can expect to pay around $400 bucks a session for this method.

Skin Resurfacing Techniques - These include chemical peels, dermabrasion, and laser skin resurfacing to name a few. All of these helps the face look younger. Chemical peels helps with wrinkles and skin discoloration. Dermabrasion helps with getting fresher and younger looking skin. And laser skin resurfacing improves the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, scars and discoloration. All have benefits that help with anti-aging and getting younger looking skin.

Face Lift Creams - A Great Way To Get a Face Lift Without Surgery

If you ever wanted a way to get a face lift without surgery that is less expensive and easy to work with, a face lift cream might be one of your best options. There are face lift creams out in the market that will help improve the appearance of your skin and reduce the signs of aging. They work to give you younger looking skin by erasing fine lines and wrinkles, age spots, and discoloration.

Since there are quite a few face lift creams out in the market, choosing one may be tricky. One of the things you should look for when choosing a face lift cream is what kind of ingredients the face lift cream contains. Argireline is one the key ingredients in face lift creams that helps with stopping the breakdown of natural collagen which is needed for good skin. It may also contain special minerals and peptides.

Getting that face lift with the use of a cream is always better than surgery. It's less expensive and simple to use.


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