The Ultimate Guide to Liquid Facelifts


Want a Facelift without the extensive surgery, prolonged recovery time, anesthesia, and surgical scars? A Liquid Facelift might be the perfect option for you.

Using a combination of cosmetic injectables such as fillers and wrinkle relaxers, a liquid facelift can reduce lines and wrinkles, create a more contoured jawline, reduce jowls, and restore volume to your cheeks, creating a refreshed and rejuvenated natural appearance.


What Is a Liquid Facelift?

A liquid facelift is a non-surgical treatment that can address signs of aging, such as wrinkles, sagging skin, and loss of facial volume. While traditional facelifts involve a long surgery, incisions, scarring, and significant recovery time, a liquid facelift combines cosmetic injectables to provide similar results without surgery and the associated risks and substantial recovery.

We use wrinkle relaxers and dermal fillers in combination with the same treatment, which creates a more rested, rejuvenated, and youthful appearance. In this treatment, we can address wrinkles, fine lines, jowls, sagging skin, forehead creases, crow’s feet, 11 lines, under-eye dark circles or hollowing, temple hollowing, jawline contouring, and chin projection, as well as other concerns you may want to be addressed.

Wrinkle Relaxers (Neuromodulators)

Wrinkle Relaxers are cosmetic injectables that reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and facial creases. They can treat forehead wrinkles, 11 lines, and crow’s feet and perform an eyebrow lift and lip flip.


Fillers are cosmetic injectables that address natural volume loss that occurs with aging. Brands like Restylane, Juvéderm, Radiesse, and RHA are popular facial dermal filler injectables in liquid facelifts.

As we age, we lose volume in our cheeks, causing deepening folds around our mouth, jowling, and decreased jawline definition. We also lose volume in our temples and around our eyes, causing us to look older. This creates the appearance of hollowing and sagging skin. Fillers are used to replace this volume loss and restore more youthful contours of our face.

What to Expect During Treatment

During your consultation, we want to understand your concerns and goals to provide an individualized nonsurgical treatment plan to produce your desired results.

  • Your skin will be cleansed before your treatment.
  • We have topical numbing cream available or ice to help minimize injection discomfort.
  • The wrinkle relaxer or filler is precisely injected to create facial balance and a contoured jawline.


Liquid Facelifts with fillers and wrinkle relaxers typically involve minimal downtime. You may experience temporary swelling, bruising, or redness at the injection sites, which usually subside within a few days. If you experience painful bruising, you should let your provider know immediately.


You will notice an improvement in your appearance following the procedure. However, final results may take up to two weeks to fully show as the swelling subsides and the filler can integrate.

Risks and Complications:

While Liquid Facelifts with fillers are generally safe, potential risks include bruising, swelling, asymmetry, infection, allergic reactions, and an unsatisfactory cosmetic outcome. Choosing a qualified and experienced practitioner can minimize the risk of complications.



Modern fillers can last up to 1-7 years, and some even longer aging happens during that time. So, to maintain your results, follow-up appointments for touch-up treatments are recommended.

Choosing a Provider

Research potential providers thoroughly, ensuring they have the qualifications, experience, and patient reviews. Ask to see before-and-after photos of previous jawline contouring procedures performed by the practitioner. Please see our before-and-after gallery for our outstanding results!

Benefits of a Liquid Facelift:

  • Non-Surgical: Unlike traditional facelift surgery, a liquid facelift doesn’t require incisions, general anesthesia, or extensive downtime.
  • Customizable: The treatment can be tailored to address specific concerns, whether restoring lost volume, smoothing wrinkles, or enhancing facial contours.
  • Minimal Downtime: Most people can resume normal activities shortly after the procedure, although temporary swelling or bruising may occur.
  • Natural-Looking Results: When performed by a skilled practitioner, a liquid facelift can achieve natural-looking results that enhance your features without appearing overdone.


  • Choosing a Practitioner: Selecting a qualified and experienced practitioner specializing in facial aesthetics is crucial. Look for board-certified dermatologists or plastic surgeons with a track record of successful procedures.
  • Product Selection: Various dermal fillers and neurotoxins are available, each with unique properties and benefits. Your practitioner will recommend the most suitable products based on your individual needs.
  • Cost: A liquid facelift can vary depending on the number of injections required and the type of products used. While it may be more affordable than surgery, it’s essential to consider the long-term investment in maintaining results through periodic touch-up treatments.
  • Potential Risks: While complications are rare, they can include bruising, swelling, asymmetry, or allergic reactions. Choosing a qualified practitioner and following pre and post-treatment instructions can minimize these risks.

A liquid facelift can be an excellent option for individuals seeking to refresh their appearance without surgery. By understanding the procedure, benefits, considerations, and aftercare, you can decide whether it’s the right choice. Consult a qualified practitioner to discuss your goals and expectations before proceeding with any cosmetic procedure.


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