at Omniya Clinic in London
A Nefertiti neck lift specifically targets the neck and jawline, with the use of Botox injections for a rejuvenating and lifting effect.
You may be looking into getting a Nefertiti neck lift (Botox neck lift) to reverse the signs of ageing in your lower face, jaw, and neck. But before you jump straight into the anti-wrinkle treatment, it’s important to know exactly what you should expect from it. To help you out, we’ve summarised everything you need to know about the Nefertiti neck lift here.
Neck lift treatment price from £300.
A well-defined jawline and a long appearing neck have always been regarded as signs of beauty. As you may have guessed it from the name of the procedure, these features have been popular in human societies since the time of the ancient Egyptians. Queen Nefertiti’s bone structure has been admired from then, up until this day, hence the coining of the phrase, as it creates a well-toned, lifted jawline and smoothed neck. The Nefertiti neck lift is also sometimes referred to as simply the ‘Nefertiti lift’ or a ‘Botox face lift’.
First and foremost, any treatment is a decision which starts with a patient’s choice to treat an area of concern. After which, it is the practitioner who is responsible to ensure the patient is provided with the necessary information and advice to allow them to make a decision.
The treatment benefits help those: with a lack of jawline definition, whose neck area is wrinkly and sagging, patients with loose jowls, with weight loss in the face (creating sagging) and who tend to tense the neck frequently, causing the area to appear aged.
Anti-wrinkle treatments usually begin working within three days, with optimum results coming anywhere from ten to fourteen days since the date of the procedure.
The effects of your treatment ought to last for approximately three to six months. Most patients expect to have a smoother appearance and an improvement of the lines and superficial wrinkles.
When the effects start wearing off, you will notice a gradual fading. To maintain the effect of your treatment, you will require further follow ups.