What describes the 'perfect face'? 

Experts agree that it is the 'V' shape, with the cheekbones being wider and more pronounced that the chin. Over time this 'V' shape can be lost as the skin naturally begins to sag.

All is not lost! Our Nurse Practitioner  can reverse this process with the 'Liquid Facelift' -  

Treatments start from £470.00

Contact us now to book your consultation!


What is it?

As we age, the face begins to lose collagen and elastin which contributes to sagging facial features. The loss of facial volume and elasticity also leads to the formation of wrinkles, lines and folds.

A liquid face lift combines soft tissue fillers and wrinkle relaxing injections. As a result, droopy areas on the cheeks and around the mouth are significantly plumped, restoring a fullness that mimics the essential fat layer lost as we get older.

A non-surgical Liquid Face Lift can be undertaken to accomplish any of the following: 

  • Gentle lift of individual (or overall) facial features
  • Reduced wrinkles, creases, line or folds
  • Restoration of natural, curved facial contours
  • A more rested, energetic look
  • A friendlier smile

The treatment can be carried out to lift the entire face or contour specific facial features. For example, under eye bags and dark circles can be masked by using Liquid Facelift techniques; eyes can be opened up and lids lifted; jowls can be lifted and diminished; natural shape can be restored to flattened cheeks or temple areas; corners of the mouth can be lifted; and bumps on the nose can be hidden.

The treatment...

The Liquid Facelift is personalized to your skin’s needs so your treatment plan will be completely individualized. All Restylane products are given via a very fine injection into the area of skin requiring treatment. For some sensitive areas such as the lips, we may use a local anaesthetic prior to treatment to reduce discomfort.

The results?

The Liquid Facelift will typically last from 6 to 18 months, depending on the products used and the facial area treated. Our Nurse Practitioner will discuss the expected treatment outcome with you during your consultation.