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Why go under the knife, when you can simply get your face ‘lifted’? With the more ‘natural’ approach to beauty being the rage, especially with Korean and Asian standards of ageless skincare for comparison, gone are the days heavily botoxed and surgically manipulated faces were a thing of choice. The woman of today is all about self acceptance, albeit, with a little help. This attitude has tipped the scales greatly in favour of minimally invasive facial lifting techniques as opposed to their nipping and cutting counterpart.

Scraping Off The Surface

Chemical peels, glycolic acid and salicylic acid peels are all fancy exfoliants: They remove the top, dead layer of the skin and make way for a fresh new, baby like face.


The dermal fillers we employ behave as liquid facelifts. They help soften wrinkles and iron out creases and lines. They use an ingredient called hyaluronic acid, which increases the pool of moisture in the skin. With age, skin that houses dermal fillers tends to get thinner and more taut.


A thread lift is another non-invasive technique that we use. Most of the times it doesn’t even require anaesthaesia. Thin strands are injected into target areas to raise the surface and later knotten, to camouflage them into natural skin.  The patient remains fully conscious and aware during the process.


Sounds sci-fi, but is actually quite simple. In this procedure we use radio waves to penetrate the dermis layer of facial skin. Radio waves are then converted into heat waves, which stimulate collagen and elastin synthesis. This helps uplift sagging skin and is also effective in making it fresher and brighter. Jennifer Aniston is a celebrity who swears by this method!

Fractional Laser and Light Laser IPL

Laser techniques such as Fraxel, which is fractional laser, are a more updated version of the chemical peel. Though similar fundamentally, Fraxel employs a CO2 laser to treat fragmented areas down to the bare bone. This process forms conduits between skin cells, which accelerates and promotes collagen production, therby aiding rejuvenation.

IPL, which stands for Intense Pulsed Light, is similar to laser technology, except that with lasers, treatment is confined to particular chromophores(colour granting substances such as melanin and haem) and is hence narrow. IPL is broad spectrum and applicable to various structures across skin architecture.


Mesotherapy was branded as a skin generation procedure for baldness, but can be used to remedy ageing skin, sagging breasts and also under eye crow’s feet. In this technique, hyaluronic acid is directly introduced into the mesoderm.  Again, this accelerates skin metabolism, therby keeping it younger and more taut.


Platelet-rich plasma is a nutritious meal for your skin! Its an organic method to counter dark circles, sun burns and wrinkles. It uses PRP in syringe form, which is then injected into the face. The extract is drawn from the patient’s own blood, which makes the process so much more wholesome. Infact, when combined with microneedling, the results can be fantastic.


Microneedling needs no downtime and is an almost painless treatment modality. It uses tiny needles adjusted into a roller, which is then driven up and down the face. It is also popular as collagen induction therapy and the name itself explains the principle behind it. Microneedling is most beneficial in correcting acne scars and stretch marks.

Fortunately because of these face lifting procedures, the plastic surgery fad and the dread associated with it is gradually dying out!

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Non Surgical Face Lift