Named after the Egyptian Queen, Nefertiti, the Nefertiti Neck Lift is a famed treatment that harnesses the power of both Botox and Dermal Fillers.
The term ‘Jowling’ or ‘Jowls’ refers to flesh along the lower jaw that has begun to sag downwards, often sinking further than the jawline itself. This sagging gives the appearance of a loose skin either side of the mouth and below the cheeks. It can be difficult to remove without surgical intervention. However, thanks to our experienced Aesthetic Practitioners, jowls can be eliminated with a very simple in-house procedure, the Nefertiti Neck Lift.
Firstly, Botox is used to tighten skin around the jaw line, removing one of the most telling signs of ageing. Then, Dermal Fillers are used to plump areas that have decreased with age.
Number of Sessions:
0-2 days for most clients
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Duration Of Results:
9-12 months for most clients.
Timeframe for Results:
As a non-surgical and minimally invasive treatment, you are likely to see results are 24 hours. There may be slight swelling or tenderness. Optimum results after a few weeks.
How does it work?
Your practitioner will carefully inject calculated doses of Botox into the thin sheet of muscle around the neck which is constantly pulling the ageing skin downwards (the platysma). The strength of this muscle is weakened, and the muscles of the upper face perform a more natural facelift. By filling the areas of fat atrophy around the jawline with Dermal Fillers, the jaw is straightened, and the jowls are reduced.
What does the procedure involve?
After your initial consultation, with the optional application of topical anesthetic, your practitioner will advise the best areas to apply the Dermal Filler and administer with small injections around the lower face.
What is the result?
The jowls will appear reduced and the jawline will appear tightened and more defined; dramatically reducing the negative effects of facial sagging.
Are there any risks or side effects?
For further information on risks and side effects of this treatment, we recommend booking a consultation with one of our practitioners who will be able to provide more information.
Cautions and Contraindications
This treatment is not suitable for pregnant/breastfeeding women or anyone who suffers from severe allergies.
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