How to know if the Five Point Facelift is for you

Claire Small
Authored by Claire Small
Posted Friday, November 22, 2019 - 9:32am

There is simply no denying the fact that getting old sucks. The older you get, the worse it gets. Your vision starts to go, you can get around as good as you used to, and you will lose those good looks, especially in the skin department. It is just a scientific fact that your body produces less and less collagen the older you grow. There are treatments and creams available that can help combat these situations by not only filling in the pores but also by increasing the body’s natural overall collagen production. One such treatment is the new five-point facelift.

What Is The Five Point Facelift?

If you are big into beauty and cosmetics there is a good chance that you have heard the market raving about the new five-point facelift. This is a new type of mini facelift that is performed using a new generation dermal filler known as Prohilo. The process also utilizes five injection points, which are made on each side of the face with ultra-fine needles. This is a type of procedure that is suitable for the neck and hand area as well as the decolletage.

Are You Looking For Quick Results

There is no disputing the fact the market is flooded with plenty of adequate face lift cream for women. The only problem with this cream is that it takes time. Sure, these products work and they work great, but they do take time to work. If you are impatient or looking for quick results then time is probably something that is not on your side. This is where the five-point facelift will come in handy. This procedure not only offers near-immediate results, but it requires little downtime. In fact, you could probably go right back to work after getting the procedure done.

Consider Your Skin

The condition of your skin must also be weighed when considering a facelift. Unfortunately, some individuals are just born with unhealthy skin. Others work in areas where they are exposed to UV rays and other environmental factors that have negative impacts. A five-point facelift would only be ideal for an individual that has fairly healthy skin. Smoking, overexposure to UV rays, and other negative environmental exposure over the years can have negative lasting impacts on the skin. If you are already going into the surgery with unhealthy skin, you might just end up furthering the damage or not coming out with the look that you were trying to achieve.

When It Too Old And Too Young?

This is probably the most common question that cosmetic surgeons are asked. The truth of the matter is that age really doesn’t matter. Most people typically get a facelift between the ages of 50 and 60 or 70 and 80, but at any time if you feel like your skin has been damaged by the sun or sagging, you always have the option of getting a facelift. These surgeries are for the most part safe and extremely effective for the right candidates.

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