Diversity is what real beauty is about – and that means looking the way that you want to and having the support to achieve that.
Non-surgical facelifts allow individuals to achieve the look that they want on their terms, with professional support and advice.
A warm welcome awaits
Dr Camilla Hill welcomes all members of the LGBTQIA+ community to her clinic in Worcestershire, working closely with clients to identify the results that they want.
While non-surgical facelifts are an affordable, effective and non-invasive alternative to undergoing surgery to mask the signs of age, they can also be used as part of a wider aim to make changes to the face in general.
For transgender men and transgender women, this can be an integral part of their journey.
For transgender men cosmetic treatments can present a non-surgical solution to achieving a more defined jawline or boosting moisture levels in skin adversely affected by hormonal changes.
Many transgender women are keen to have a chin that appears rounder and softer, while also smoothing out and de-accentuating the brow line. More volume can also be added to the lips using dermal fillers while facial hair can also be treated cosmetically.
Dr Camilla Hill has been privileged to treat a number of gay men at her clinic, who have been keen to maintain a flawless, highly manicured appearance. Whether this is targeting wrinkles, adding lip fillers or using non-surgical rhinoplasty to smooth the profile of the nose, Dr Hill will work with you to find a tailored solution.
What is a non-surgical facelift?
A non-surgical facelift uses cosmetic treatments to add volume to the face and reduce the appearance of wrinkles.
Through the use of dermal fillers and anti-wrinkle treatments, a non-surgical facelift rejuvenates the face. As dermal fillers are used to bring back volume, they can also be used to add or renew definition to facial features.
This can include highlighting features such as lips, cheek and jaw, or reducing frown lines and crow’s feet.
For those wanting an all-over general lift, the 8-point (or 10-point) lift is used.
The results are not permanent but can last between 18 months and two years depending on the products used.
8 reasons why a non-surgical facelift will boost self-esteem
Enhance your appearance – Don’t allow yourself to be unhappy with the image you see in the mirror, speak to a professional to find out how cosmetic treatment could help.
Reduce wrinkles – Facial wrinkles are often the first sign of ageing, but most of us never feel our age (if anyone!) and resent their appearance. If you are not ready to face the emergence of wrinkles a non-surgical facelift will target them.
Restore volume – Plumper skin is a key part of a youthful look and the loss of volume can be ageing. Dermal fillers are used in a non-surgical facelift to increase volume to lift sagging jowls, define lips and lift a ‘tired’ face.
Even out skin tone – While age spots are not harmful, they can make you self-consciousness. In a LGBTQIA+ non-surgical facelift the appearance of age spots can be reduced.
Discreet recovery – Choosing cosmetic surgery is a personal decision and with the swift recovery from a non-surgical facelift you can continue with your daily life in a minimal amount of time without needing to worry about scars healing.
Fast results – If your body has changed your journey may have taken time, with a cosmetic treatment the results are almost immediate giving you fast results.
Better defined features – Being comfortable in your own skin is what cosmetic surgery is about – helping you be the best version of yourself. If there is a part of your face that you wish was more defined, a skilled aesthetic clinician can use dermal fillers to achieve greater definition in jaws, cheeks and lips.
Smoother skin – time can take its toll on our skin and smoothness can give way to the appearance of lines. Dermal fillers and anti-wrinkle therapy will smooth skin to help restore a more youthful complexion.
Non-surgical facelifts: prioritise health and wellbeing
A non-surgical facelift can help to transform your looks and leave you full of renewed confidence, but it is important to consider the part your lifestyle plays.
Focusing on health and wellbeing is an important part of protecting skin and maximising the effects of cosmetic treatment.
Keep your skin in good condition by:
Eating well – Eat to live well with fresh fruit and veg and a healthy balanced diet. This will protect your mind, body and skin.
Drinking water – hydration is so important to keeping skin in good condition and fending off dryness to protect its natural elasticity.
Get 8 hours of sleep – 8 hours of sleep is what experts recommend adults need to stay healthy.
Self-care – Looking after yourself is so important to your health and wellbeing so make self-care a discipline – relax, eat well, exercise and look after yourself properly.
When considering a non-surgical facelift always ensure you book any cosmetic treatments with a qualified medical professional.
Dr Camilla Hill is a medical professional with more than 30 years’ experience, having worked as a GP before training as an aesthetic clinician in 2014. Dr Camilla Hill only uses high quality dermal fillers to allow for excellent, lasting results.
A non-surgical facelift with Dr Camilla Hill starts from as little as £350.