Fashion and Beauty

Would you Consider a Non-Surgical Beauty Treatment?

Beauty procedures have changed a lot in the past few years, days of painful recovery have been replaced by procedures you can have in your lunch break. If you are considering having a beauty treatment but you don’t want to take a lot of time off work for recovery or you can’t avoid a family event then would you consider a non-surgical treatment?

You might be surprised by how many different treatments you can have done using a non-surgical procedure now, examples include:

Non-surgical facelift

This knife-free procedure can help restore and rejuvenate the upper and lower face without the need to have invasive surgery. A non-surgical facelift is a popular choice due to the reduced recovery time, ability to pace treatment and great results.

A non-surgical facelift at 23MD generally comprises of Dermal Fillers, Botox and Ultherapybut this can vary depending on which company you choose to book your procedure with. Results from this type of facelift will be visible immediately and you can expect results to last up to two years.

Non-surgical rhinoplasty

Rhinoplasty or a nose job as it’s commonly known is a procedure which can help reduce prominent bumps, drooping tips, and flared nostrils. This procedure is now available using non-surgical methods which mean less pain, less recovery time but still great results!

A non-surgical rhinoplasty procedure uses Dermal filler which can help straighten bridges and bumps, while Botox is used to improve the shape and reduce flaring. It’s a good option if you don’t want to go under the knife but would like to refine the shape of your nose, there’s little downtime which means less disruption to your home/work life but you will be able to see the effects immediately.

Non-surgical cosmetic reconstruction

This procedure involves the partial or full rebuilding of the face or body without traditional surgery with the main aim being to restore symmetry and proportion to the face/ body.

This type of procedure differs slightly from the others mentioned because it’s usually carried out following a trauma/injury or disease which has altered the appearance of the face or body. The procedure uses Dermal fillers, Botox and Ultheray to help achieve a natural result.

Of course, when you make the decision to have a beauty procedure, whether that be surgical or non-surgical there are risks and it’s important to do your research and ensure you are being treated by a professional.

Would you consider a non-surgical treatment?

*This is a collaborative post.

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