How Does the Silhouette InstaLift™ Work to Rejuvenate Your Face? img 1Do you want a refreshed look without extensive surgery with significant downtime? If so, the Silhouette InstaLift™ could be the solution you’ve been looking for. This quick guide provides a rundown of how this minimally invasive facelift option works.

Bi-Directional Threads

The Silhouette InstaLift works in two ways. The first is by physically lifting your skin via absorbable threads that contain tiny special bi-directional cones. These cones work by lifting and suspending the layers of skin beneath the surface. They are carefully placed under the skin using a small needle during a 45-minute treatment.

There is little to no downtime to be expected after getting the InstaLift. You might have some minor swelling and bruising, but these effects shouldn’t keep you from returning to work and other normal activities. Other than some swelling and bruising, you should see immediate results following your appointment.

InstaLift threads dissolve in about 6 months, but the benefits of this treatment keep on giving.

Collagen Boost

Over time, the InstaLift threads will dissolve. But in the meantime, your tissue will begin to heal in place over the cones, resulting in a boost of collagen. So even after the threads have fully dissolved, you should still see a noticeable improvement in the smoothness and youthfulness of your skin.

Results from the Silhouette InstaLift can last 12 to 18 months. The InstaLift can be combined with injectable treatments like fillers and/or BOTOX® to enhance its effects even further. Just be sure to work with an experienced cosmetic surgeon to ensure smooth, beautiful results.


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