What is a non-surgical neck lift?
There are numerous non-invasive neck rejuvenation options available in South Florida, but we believe that the ones we offer at Dr. Laura Skellchock’s Integrative Dermatology are the best. Each type of non-surgical neck lift we offer in our Boca Raton medspa has unique benefits. Still, all require minimal to no recovery time, and the result is younger-looking, more beautiful, and even healthier skin.
Why opt for non-invasive neck rejuvenation in Boca Raton?
Simply put, because a non-surgical neck lift will make you look younger and more attractive without the expense and invasiveness of traditional cosmetic surgery. The results you achieve with a non-surgical neck lift often last longer and look more natural than a surgical procedure, while also addressing secondary issues like your skin’s texture and tone. It’s not just about tightening – it’s about total neck rejuvenation. And while you’ll look refreshed and youthful after one of our rejuvenating procedures, no one will be able to tell you’ve had anything done.
Earlobe Rejuvenation: The Lobe Lift
When you ask people to name the tell-tale parts of the body to look at when determining a lady’s age, most people will point to the woman’s hands and neck. However, the earlobes are also another sign of a person’s true age.
Like any other part of the body, the earlobe will go through the natural aging process. The earlobe is also constantly exposed to the sun, and there are few people who will remember to apply sunscreen to their ears when applying it to the rest of their body!
Earlobes often become elongated over time thanks to a reduction in collagen, meaning the elasticity in the skin is reduced. The skin also tends to become elongated, thin, and saggy, and surface wrinkles may appear. Women who like to wear dangly earrings are particularly at risk as the weight of the earrings may help to pull the earlobe down, accentuating the elongation and sagginess of the lobe.
Given that ear lobes are now known to be a sign to look for as a clue to a woman’s real age, it comes as no surprise that there is a cosmetic surgery procedure to help. The ‘earlobe rejuvenation,’ sometimes also known as the ‘ear lobe lift,’ is already popular in the US.
For those who don’t fancy the idea of cosmetic surgery, facial fillers are an attractive alternative to traditional surgeries. Injectable fillers such as Artefill, Restylane, Juvederm, Radiesse, and Sculptra can all be injected into the earlobe to smoothen the skin, plump the ear lobe up and make it look younger. For women who wear earrings and whose earring hole has stretched, it is claimed that dermal filler injections can help make the hole smaller. Because the ear doesn’t move much, dermal fillers in the earlobe will tend to last longer than those injected into the face – sometimes up to twice as long.
It is also possible to have a chemical peel on the ear lobe to help improve the skin’s appearance.