Dysport Face Lift

Dysport Face Lift, also known as Dysport Dermalift, is a unique non-surgical face lifting technique invented by a renowned plastic surgeon in South Korea, popularised by its efficacy, instant and long lasting result.

How does it work?

Dysport contains botulinum toxin. Dysport dermalift involves micro-injections of Dysport into the skin at specific points on the face. This stimulates the fibroblast cells in the skin to produce more collagen. It also stimulates cellular cytoskeleton of the skin cells to bind to more elastin and collagen.

These changes result in an instant skin tightening and face lifting effect which improves in the next 1-2 weeks.

What results do I expect?

Skin tightening and face lifting effect that gets better in the next 1 to 2 weeks.

  • Tightened facial skin
  • V-lifted face
  • More defined jaw line
  • Natural eye/brow lifting
  • Improvement in fine wrinkles

How long does the result last for?

Result lasts for about 3-4 months, after which repeated treatment can be done.

Painful? Downtime?

The procedure is very tolerable for most people. Numbing cream is applied before the treatment to minimise any discomfort.

Tiny needle marks with mild redness and swelling are expected right after treatment, which will resolve within the day. You can resume your work and daily activities immediately.

Am I suitable for Dysport dermalift?

This treatment is suitable for young to middle aged women and men with mild skin sagging and wrinkling. It is not suitable for severe skin sagging which may require other form of face lifting treatment.

It is best to let our doctor assess your face to advise you if it is suitable.

Can I combine it with other treatment?

This treatment can be done concurrently with other face lifting and tightening treatment for more superior results:

Let our doctor assess your face to recommend the best treatment for you. Treatment can be personalised to meet individual needs and concerns.

If you wish to find out more, please visit us at S Aesthetics Clinic to speak to our doctor.