Just last month, Farrah Abraham, the former star of Teen Mom, decided to take a trip to Blue Medical Spa and get the Liquid Facelift treatment.
More than that, she took a selfie right after.
More and more stars are deciding to go the straightforward and honest route when it comes to cosmetic treatment. This is particularly true with fillers, where it used to be normal for Instagram celebrities to insist their pout was all natural.
But perhaps the new vogue is “honesty,” especially when it becomes more and more unbelievable for celebrities to insist that their perpetual radiance is simply genetics.
A Facelift Without the Facelift
You might never have heard the term Liquid Facelift before. If the term doesn’t remind you of the T-1000 from Terminator 2, you’re not alone.
But actually, the procedure is considerably less scary than it sounds. In fact, it might be the lest scary cosmetic treatment possible: just a bit of fuller for the face.
As Farrah Abraham puts it, Blue Medical Spa welcomed her with an ‘artistic mind.’
When you receive a Liquid Facelift, dermal fillers are used to try and mimic the effect of an actual Facelift — which is, of course, a surgical procedure, albeit a light one.
With some finesse and artistry, volume is added in just the right spots to rejuvenate the look of the face. Wrinkles are removed, and gaunt areas of the face are volumized.
Liquid Facelift or Real Facelift?
Of course, the procedure is not a complete replacement. The older you are, the more dramatic the intervention necessary to achieve dramatic results. Because, let’s be real, it’s harder to look 20 when you’re 50 than when you’re 40.
But for most people, a Liquid Facelift is enough — and it has no downtime whatsoever.
Interested in a Liquid Facelift or another cosmetic procedure? Call today to schedule an appointment with the best plastic surgeon in Chevy Chase, Dr. Navin Singh.