Ageing around the jawline and the neck are the main reasons why some women look older than they actually are. Over time loss of muscle tone, skin fat and gravitational pull lead to the appearance of the famous ‘turkey neck’. The contour of the jawline disappears and platysmal bands look more prominent.
What can be done?
Small diluted concentrations of an anti-wrinkle product can be injected into this muscle at various points across the platysmal bands and beneath the jawline, relaxing this muscle and causing unopposed pull from the musculature above and hence a mini non-surgical facelift. The procedure ‘Nefertiti Lift’ was named after the Egyptian queen Nefertiti for her sharp jawline, and is highly regarded as a sign of ‘attractivity’.
Procedure Time30 minutes
Onset of Results4 weeks
Back to WorkImmediately
Duration of Actionsup to 4 months
Risks & ComplicationsPossible mild injection-site swelling and bruising
Derma Models Price£150
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Neck & Platysmal Band
|Newcastle - Sunday 28th January||£150.00|
|London - Monday 29th January||£150.00|
|Manchester - Sunday 11th February||£150.00|
|Birmingham - Sunday 18th February||£150.00|
|Birmingham - Sunday 25th February||£150.00|
|London - Sunday 25th February||£150.00|
|London - Monday 26th February||£150.00|
|London - Sunday 3rd March||£150.00|
|Manchester - Sunday 10th March||£150.00|
|London - Sunday 10th March||£150.00|
|Birmingham - Sunday 17th March||£150.00|
|London - Sunday 17th March||£150.00|
|Newcastle - Sunday 24th March||£150.00|
|Edinburgh - Sunday 24th March||£150.00|
|London - Sunday 24th March||£150.00|
|Manchester - Saturday 30th March||£150.00|
|London - Sunday 31st March||£150.00|
Small diluted concentrations of anti wrinkle product can be injected into this muscle at various points across the platysmal bands and beneath the jawline relaxing this muscle and causing unopposed pull from the musculature above and hence a mini nonsurgical face lift. The procedure ‘Nefertiti Lift” was named after the Egyptian Queen Nefertiti for her sharp jawline, and is highly regarded as a sign of ‘attractivity’.