Nefertiti Lift Treatment For Jawline
The Nefertiti Lift is a non-surgical procedure named after the ancient Egyptian queen, Nefertiti, renowned for her elongated, smooth neck and defined jawline. This treatment aims to enhance and rejuvenate the neck and jawline using Botulinum toxin injections.
Procedure: The Nefertiti Lift involves injecting Botulinum toxin (commonly known as Botox) into specific muscles in the neck and lower jaw. The primary targets are the platysma muscles, which, when they contract, can pull down the skin of the lower face and neck. By relaxing these muscles, the skin gets a lifted appearance, enhancing the jawline and reducing sagging on the neck.
Price: The cost varies depending on the clinic, region, and the amount of Botulinum toxin required. As of my last training cut-off in September 2021, prices generally ranged from $250 to $600 or more per session. It’s always a good idea to consult with multiple clinics to get a better understanding of the prevailing rates.
Risks: As with all procedures involving injections, there’s a risk of bruising, swelling, and pain at the injection site. Some patients might experience headaches or flu-like symptoms. There’s also a slight risk of an uneven result or drooping mouth if the Botulinum toxin affects unintended muscles. It’s crucial to have the procedure done by an experienced and licensed professional to minimize these risks.
- Non-surgical: No incisions or scars.
- Minimal Downtime: Most people can resume regular activities immediately.
- Visible Results: Improved definition of the jawline and a smoother neck appearance.
- Quick: The procedure usually takes less than 30 minutes.
Sessions: The results of the Nefertiti Lift typically last between 3 to 6 months. As the effects wear off, the muscles will gradually regain their normal function, and lines and wrinkles may reappear. To maintain the desired results, regular follow-up sessions are recommended every few months.
In conclusion, the Nefertiti Lift can be an effective way to rejuvenate the jawline and neck without surgery. However, it’s essential to understand the procedure, benefits, risks, and consult with an experienced professional before proceeding.