Summer Beauty Treatments

The ultimate last-minute pre-holiday beauty treatment

Going on holiday next week? No problem! The 8 Point Facelift – as performed here at Joney De Souza Aesthetic Clinic by top London cosmetic doctor Dr Joney De Souza – can deal with all your ageing concerns in one go, leaving you looking fresher and younger within days, ready to wow all the other beachgoers.

What problems can it treat?

This really is a miracle treatment, curing nearly every facial ageing problem you can think of, from sagging jowls to eye bags, to fine lines and wrinkles. Your face will appear lifted and rejuvenated, with smoother, firmer, plumper skin and a noticeable reduction in skin laxity.

How does it work?

The eight-point facelift works by restoring volume in eight strategic areas of the face, including the notoriously difficult-to-treat tear trough area, the corners of the mouth and the pre-jowl area. The precise areas treated, however, will depend on your individual needs, as assessed by Dr Joney De Souza during a thorough consultation.

What’s the downtime?

Although we call this treatment a ‘facelift’, it is in fact an entirely non-invasive procedure, performed using dermal fillers. This means that downtime is minimal, although it is best to avoid strenuous exercise, visits to the sauna or drinking alcohol for 48-hours after treatment, so we recommend leaving it no later than one week pre holiday to undergo the procedure, if you want to get the most from your break! This is particularly important if you are travelling abroad, as international flights can prolong post-treatment swelling.

Where do I sign?!

Before undergoing the eight-point facelift or any of the other procedures offered here at Dr Joney De Souza Aesthetic Clinic in London, you will need to undergo a thorough consultation, so that Dr Joney can assess your needs and medical history. To find out more, please contact us.


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