A rejuvenating facelift doesn’t have to mean surgery
As you get older, your skin can start to sag because the underlying soft tissue loses it’s volume. When this happens your face, it can result in a sunken, hollow appearance, casting shadows that can make you look old and haggard. If the effects of ageing are getting you down and making you look older than you feel, come to Bodyvie for the revolutionary 8 Point Lift and watch as we roll back the years.
The 8 Point Lift is so popular because it alleviates the need for expensive, painful cosmetic surgery. Commonly known as the ‘non-surgical facelift’ or liquid facelift, this minimally invasive restructuring treatment uses hyaluronic acid-based dermal fillers to help restore facial volume , giving your face greater definition, smoothing out fine lines and wrinkles for a more youthful appearance.
Your Bodyvie treatment will begin with an in-depth consultation to help us understand your requirements and plan your treatment to ensure it enhances your natural beauty. The treatment itself is called the 8 Point Lift because it involves injecting small amounts of dermal filler directly into eight key areas of your face, adding volume to achieve a subtle recontouring that you can rest assured will not affect your facial expressions. Target areas include your jawline, cheeks, under your eyes and around your nose and mouth.
Downtime from this treatment is minimal. Though there will be some swelling immediately afterwards, this will soon subside and you will usually be able to resume your day to day activities straightaway. We recommend avoiding alcohol, saunas and intensive exercise for a day or two after your treatment.
*Individual Results May Vary
Frequently Asked Questions
The procedure is not painful, and discomfort is kept to a minimum by the use of dermal fillers that contain a built-in anaesthetic.
The fantastic results of your 8 Point Lift will last for up to 18 months. However, to ensure that the results remain at their best, we recommend returning to Bodyvie for a touch-up treatment after six to twelve months.