• How Liposculpting can take years off your face

    As we age, the signs begin to show – and the first place that usually shows that is around the face and neck. There are a range of reasons for this development, but can be mainly attributed to a double-whammy of our skin losing elasticity, and the volume of fat around those areas start to decrease.

    Turn up the volume on your face

    Luckily, there are ways and means available which can help put the vitality back into your face – and one of the best is autologous fat transfer, also known as Liposculpture. Like filler treatment, Liposculpture restores much-needed volume to the treated area. Unlike fillers, grafts of fat are extracted from other areas of your body, and used to restore volume to the treated area.

    There are two good reasons for this: the transplanted fat will last for much longer than a synthetic volume enhancer, and there is also zero chance of the client developing an allergic reaction to it. All that’s happening is that the practitioner is taking fat from one part of your body and putting it somewhere else.

    Liposculpture is a very simple procedure. After a consultation period, the fat is extracted from another part of your body with a very thin tube called a cannula. The fat is then purified, in order to ensure only the fat cells remain and then injected into the targeted area.

    Safe, simple, effective

    As Liposculpting is a refined, low-level version of liposuction, there will be a degree of minor invasive surgery – but as it’s an injection, scarring will not occur. You may experience mild swelling and bruising immediately afterwards but this can be easily minimised by icing the affected area.

    And we can’t stress this enough: 100 per cent natural materials means zero chance of allergic reactions. So, if your face needs a volume boost, please contact us for further details.

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