Endolift prevents skin laxity, this treatment involves tiny fibres which are inserted under a layer of skin to create a micro-channel and transmit laser energy to heat tissue, this process will encourage the skin to form new collagen for better skin elasticity. Profhilo uses hyaluronic acid to hydrate and plump unlike wrinkle reduction and injectable treatments, Profhilo stimulates collagen and elastin with the deeper layers of skin. Using a combination of these treatments can give the best ‘non-surgical facelift’ results with skin tightening and fat melting. You would have an Endolift followed by Profhilo and a top up treatment after 4 weeks.
With the Endolift treatment, you can expect minimal downtime with some minor swelling that you may notice but others may struggle to notice unless you mention it. On the other hand, Profhilo treatments may leave a few bumps which would subside within 48 hours. You will be given aftercare advice to follow for a quick and speedy healing process.
Once the swelling has reduced some clients may notice a reduction of fat or skin tightening but optimal results can be seen from 6 months post-treatment. This is when the new collagen will be fully formed and results can last up to 2 years.
Who is suitable and who should avoid a non-surgical facelift treatment?
If you’re considering undergoing a non-surgical facelift with the Profhilo and Endolift treatments you want to do your research and check that the professional has training and experience in performing these treatments. The clinic should follow all health and safety throughout your consultation and treatment they will need to take note of your medical history and ensure that you are suitable. You can also take a look at our latest Profound RF treatment here.