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How Facelifts Work When Creams Will Not

Thursday, September 15, 2022

 
Many of us are very committed to the fight against the signs of aging and will take all manner of measures, including whatever face creams, serums, and injectables we can. However, when it comes to reversing the physical changes of the face, sometimes the slow and steady answers aren’t the way.


Facelifts have always been a popular cosmetic treatment and that’s because they are known to be effective. They are able to target the signs of aging in the face in ways that creams and other anti-aging products cannot by removing excess skin, tightening any sagging skin, and going beyond fine lines to smooth the deeper wrinkles and folds of the face. Overall, they are much more effective at tightening the facial area and lifting facial tissue.


What’s more, with a facelift, you are able to target the specific parts of the face that are causing you some concerns. From a mini-face lift to a cheek lift to a mid-facelift, there are different types of procedures that target different parts, be it under the eyes, the cheeks, the sides of the mouth, or above the jawline. With further enhancements such as eyelid surgery and jaw line rejuvenations often performed alongside them, people are able to be much more specific in how they fight the signs of aging.


The ability to directly, and physically reduce wrinkles by adjusting the skin and the specificity of where facelifts target can make them much more effective than creams and injectables alone. Take a look at the below infographic to see precisely how facelifts work.


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