It’s been said that looking good plays a major role in feeling good. People who would like to improve their appearance but are not interested in undergoing invasive surgery should know they do have options. One approach to consider is known as a Soft Lift™. Here is some basic information about the procedure and what it can do for you.
What Is a Soft Lift™?
A Soft Lift™ involves the careful administration of injections to help smooth wrinkles and give the face a firm, taut look. The fillers used for the injections are carefully chosen and are only of the highest quality.
Along with the fact that a soft life does not require surgery, the speed of the procedure makes it a choice worth considering. Depending on how many injections are required, the lift can be completed in as little as a half-hour. Even more complex lifts will only require around an hour.
You could literally have the lift in the morning and still have the rest of the day to enjoy most of your usual activities. Keep in mind that physically strenuous activities like workouts or heavy lifting should be avoided for a day or two.
Minimum Risk of Side Effects
Without the need for prescription medication or applying ointments and other products that could cause adverse reactions, there is only a small risk of experiencing any type of side effects. Most professionals will test the patient’s reaction to the fillers prior to performing the Soft Lift™. That’s enough to determine if any side effects could be produced by the procedure proper. Assuming there are no signs of negative reactions, you can proceed without worries.
The recovery time for a Soft Lift™ is much shorter than surgical procedures. Some of the activities that are out of the question with a face lift are not off limits if you undergo a Soft Lift™. You can even expect the discoloration and the swelling to be gone much faster.
Are you a candidate for a Soft Lift™? Contact our office today to schedule a consultation at Lougheed Laser Centre, located in Burnaby, BC. Learn more about the results you can expect, how to prepare for the procedure, and what you will need to do afterwards.