NON-SURGICAL FACELIFT

 

“Patients desire an attractive fresher version of themselves akin to airbrushing the face. This is what we strive to deliver every day...”

 

Although people have traditionally resorted to cosmetic surgery, there are obvious disadvantages such as expense and recovery time. Today, there are many simple yet highly effective non-invasive alternatives to a surgical facelift that help you subtly return to a fresher version of yourself – and keep lines, wrinkles and sagging at bay.

 

As we age, the face loses volume and the skin’s elasticity declines dramatically, with the effects of gravity becoming all too evident and resulting in sagging or drooping. For women, the chin can also be a real tell-tale sign of ageing: the loss of deep supporting fat, combined with gum recession and loss of bone, impact the lower face and chin causing thin lips and wrinkles and a puckered or pouty chin. Tissue loss and sagging skin also cause a chin crease below the lips.

 

At The Chloë Edit, Dr Chloë Butler is a pioneer of the ‘less is more’ approach to non-surgical cosmetic enhancement. The aim is for natural rejuvenation – as if your face has simply been airbrushed. Our practitioners are trained in the highly technical MD Codes™ approach – an advanced method of facial enhancement through precision injection points that treat the cause of the issue as well as the problem area.

 

THE JUVÉDERM RANGE OF FACIAL FILLERS ARE MADE USING ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY AND HAVE AN ESTABLISHED SAFETY PROFILE. DESIGNED TO GIVE NATURAL, LONG LASTING RESULTS TO REVITALISE, LIFT AND REPLACE LOST VOLUME.

 

                                                                                                                           Juvéderm                 

 

Non surgical facelift (8 point technique)                                                    From £800

 

 

 

We strategically plan cosmetic treatments that will have an impact but yet remain undetectable.

 

 

*DISCLAIMER Patient experience and results may vary. These are dependent on a number of factors such as lifestyle, age and medical history.

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