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The term, “Face Lift” is simply that: a surgeon, hopefully a talented one with much expertise, lifts the face up by cutting and pulling the skin to make your face look tighter, with less wrinkles and lines that come with aging. It does shave the years off in one efficient and effective procedure.
But if you feel queasy about going under the knife, its non-invasive counterpart is the Kinetic Facelift.
According to Dr. Aron Heinrich Go of the Belo Medical Group, a kinetic facelift “makes use of a needleless technology of kinetic energy that allows us to infuse ‘water magnets’ and botox into the skin,” he explains, “It stimulates collagen production through a burst mechanism at the same time.”
He continues that a kinetic facelift is different from other facelift procedures, because it doesn’t use needles like mesobotox, and the kinetic facelift infuses “water magnets”, unlike procedures such as Ulthera and Thermage that doesn’t infuse anything. “While surgical options would still be the more direct way of treating extreme sagging skin, as it physically removes, tucks, and pulls on the prominent area, a Kinetic Facelift still relies a lot on the natural healing process of the skin, without direct modification,” Dr. Go explains.
Dr. Go recommends the Kinetic Facelift can be done on anyone, but he specifically states that aging patients, those with scars, stretch marks keloids, or balding hair, can undergo the procedure. Other benefits also include jaw line improvement, lifted cheeks and jowls, wider eyes, and smooth skin overall.
Each Kinetic Facelift lasts for around 30 to 45 minutes, with two to three sessions done 4 weeks apart. One of the best things about the procedure, beside it’s affectivity, is the downtime—there’s minimal to no downtime whatsoever, making it an ideal refreshing procedure to take at any time you want!