Options for a facelift in the Philippines

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Whether you are considering a surgical or non-surgical facelift, the Philippines offer plenty of options and a lot less expensive than at home.

We may all be living longer these days, but our bodies and faces are not necessarily keeping in tune with how young we feel. This may be due to external factors, like smoking or sun damage, but some of it is simply down to genetics – and not much we can do about changing that.

However, we can do something about changing the effect our genetics have on our skin and body. Nowadays, there are so many different treatments to help us make the best of ourselves, and especially to minimize the signs of aging that we see on our faces. In the not-too-distant past, the only way of regaining our youthful looks was with a full surgical facelift. While this is still an option, many of us can achieve what we want with conventional measures, at least for a decade or two. Below is a summary of some of the options available that are called ‘facelift’ but may not necessarily be the surgical variety.

Surgical Facelifts

There are many different techniques for surgical facelifts. The Deep Plane Lift is still the Gold Standard as it is suitable for severely sagging skin and lifts not just the skin but underlying tissues and muscles. Nonetheless, there are variations with mini lifts an option for people (usually in their 40s and 50s) who have minimally sagging skin, and facelifts that target specific areas, like the mid-facelift, which lifts the cheeks and improves nose to mouth lines.

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Average prices for surgical facelifts in the Philippines are significantly lower than in Western countries:

 

AUS $

NZ $

UK £

EUR €

US $

CAN $

Facelift Cost – Home

23,000

26,000

14,000

16,800

18,000

23,000

Facelift Cost – Philippines

6,100

6,500

3,500

4,200

4,500

6,100

Non-surgical Facelifts

New treatments are appearing all the time, promising to erase lines and wrinkles as well as lift the skin and add volume where it has diminished. The good thing about many of these treatments is that they have far less (if any at all) downtime than surgery, which also makes them less expensive. Most of the treatments will certainly improve the look of your skin, although they may not be as effective as a surgical facelift if you have extensive sagging skin.

Non-Surgical Facelifts:

Using botulinum toxin injections, the muscles underneath active wrinkles (those formed when we make expressions, like frowning) are temporarily frozen, which means the lines do not form when you make that particular expression.

Rather than relaxing the muscle, like Botox, fillers fill the wrinkles or lines, like smokers lines around the mouth. However, they can also be used to add volume, i.e. for lifting the cheeks or for plumping the lips.

Lasers are used to take away the top layer of skin, removing scars, wrinkles and discoloration and revealing new, unblemished skin beneath.

  • Threadlifts

Thin threads are inserted into the skin tissue. These are pulled to lift the skin and attached in hidden areas, like the hairline.

Similar to the surgical lifts, any of these procedures cost less in the Philippines at quality-checked clinics like these:

Learn more about facelifts in the Philippines and ask for a quote, or speak to our Customer Care Team.