Would you try a Puppet facelift?
Puppet facelift – earning its nickname from the use of strings, or threads, to lift and add volume to the cheeks and lower face, is proving popular with women in their 30s seeking to reduce the first signs of ageing, helping women to beat wrinkles without having to go under the knife. With the pressures to look good on camera, for red carpets and all my social media I recently decided to take the plunge and give this treatment a try. To be honest its one of the best decisions I’ve made, I have had endless comments since my treatment on how fresh and great I’m looking which entail has boosted my confidence. It can be tough at times working in an industry where you always need to look and feel flawless, especially if inside you just don’t feel like you do. This is why I feel treatments like this are great if done well. I trust Dr Shirin at Elite Aesthetics implicitly so when we decided it would be a great treatment for me, I was a tad nervous but excited for the results.
This is post treatment the immediate lifting results were incredible. I’m overwhelmed with the natural lifting results.
The treatment takes around an hour and involves ‘strings’ being threaded through the face, under the skin to lift the muscles on the face. ‘The Silhouette Soft thread Lift, commonly known as the puppet facelift, is a safe, convenient alternative to traditional facelift surgery in selected patients with early signs of facial laxity,’ says Dr Shirin. ‘Our late 30s represent a transitional time as we start to show the first true signs of ageing, particularly around the jawline and the cheeks. ‘A non-surgical facelift such as the Silhouette-Soft™ can subtly improve the appearance of skin laxity, giving patients like Naomi a natural look rather than the ‘wind tunnel’ look which is often associated with surgical facelifts.’