Many women would like to have a cosmetic facelift surgery but many are worried that they would not be happy with the results. There is no turning back after the surgery. Many also say that such a cosmetic surgery would be too expensive for them.
For these two reasons non-surgery facelifts are booming. A 40% rise in 2007 is expected in facelifts without a surgery. In fact, many surgeons will tell women who consider a facelift surgery actually do not need one. Injectables and fillers are another option and can bring some great results quickly.
However, not everything can be treated with injections. The biggest problem is sagging skin when you get older. A surgery might be the only option to treat this problem. And achieving the biggest dream of most women, which is looking younger for at least 10 years, you will need more than just a few injections.
The latest trend is a new technique which is not a traditional facelift surgery but still offers longer lasting success than simple injections. It’s called CounterLift. A CounterLift just takes about 1 hour and the recovery time is much shorter compared to a traditional facelift. There is also good news on the financial side of this new procedure. A CounterLift just costs about the half.
So how does this less-invasive new facelift surgery actually work? The CounterLift fills a missing gap in facelift surgery. Women in the age between 35 and 45 are usually not ready for a full facelift. For them the CounterLift is a perfect solution. Injections are helpful to fight wrinkles but can not do anything against sagging skin. Here the CounterLift will pull sagging skin together, well below the top layers of the skin so that no visible scarring can happen.
This new facelift procedure is much less invasive and gives the plastic surgeon more freedom to re-shape the face as well. It allows him to manipulate certain sections of the face without affecting others.
If you want to look much younger but were always worried about getting a full facelift surgery, you might find this new and cheaper technique appealing. Ask your cosmetic surgeon about this new facelift technique. It is not available everywhere yet but worth a look.