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For quite a while I have thought about having my lips enhanced with filler but I’ve always been very wary of the ‘trout pout’ look. Anonymous


A liquid face lift, or V lift as it is sometime called, is a general term given to the non-surgical cosmetic procedure to lift areas of the face using injectable dermal fillers and collagen stimulators. It is an effective alternative to a surgical facelift and particularly useful where there is a loss of volume to the face that a surgical facelift alone won’t address. A liquid facelift may even combine Wrinkle Relaxing Injections (BOTOX) around the forehead, eyes and lower face.

As we age, our skin begins to sag as collagen, fat, muscle and even our bone diminishes. By injecting dermal fillers and / or collagen stimulators into key areas of the face, such as temples and cheekbones, this in turn fills, tightens and lifts the skin upwards. The treatment is intended to re-create the triangular shape of a youthful face where volume is found in the mid face.

A liquid facelift is commonly chosen as an effective overall treatment for the nasal labial fold and jowls where the effect of sagging skin accumulates to produce deep creases in the lower part of the face. Liquids facelifts are also effective on areas of facial volume loss through illness or considerable loss of body weight creating a skeletal or hollow appearance.

Karen Burgess BSC (hons) works with a wide range of FDA and CE Certified dermal fillers and collagen stimulators to treat each individual area of the face for the optimum face-lifting effect. As with all treatments, an in-depth consultation with Karen is required to discuss your concerns and expectations prior to any treatment being decided.

The treatment for a liquid facelift is much quicker and arguably safer than a surgical face lift with little downtime, but will not last as long. As an alternative solution to cosmetic surgery, a liquid facelift has many advantages, such as reduced downtime, lower initial costs and is considered a much less invasive procedure. A no obligation consultation with Karen will determine if a liquid facelift is a suitable option for you.


  • When will I see results?

    You will see the results immediately but it will most likely also include some initial swelling. Your results will continue to improve up to 6 weeks post treatment.

  • How long will it last?

    A liquid facelift can last from 12 months to 2 years depending on the product used and your own body’s metabolism.

  • Is a liquid face lift painful?

    There is slight to moderate pain from the injections and this is dependent on the types of dermal fillers used and in which areas. Dermal fillers and collagen stimulators do contain lidocaine, a local anaesthetic with a numbing effect similar to dental injections, for your optimum comfort.

  • Post treatment?

    Treated areas will see some swelling and maybe bruising.

  • Downtime?

    Due to initial swelling there is some downtime and this can vary. It is recommended to book a treatment well in advance of any important engagement.

  • How much is a liquid face lift?

    Prices for a liquid facelift will vary depending on the level of treatment required. Price list.

To find out more call us on 07809 492 356 or email us