The non surgical facelift can tackle many of the signs of ageing. The right time to start using these treatments will depend on your skin and how it‘s ageing, but for most people the 8 point facelift will work well from their late 30s or early 40s.


You are unlikely to need a non surgical face lift if you’re still in your 20s, as your skin should still be youthful and elastic. However, if you have noticed a few fine lines or other issues, it’s still a good idea to visit the Dermadoc clinic for advice on more targeted treatments and prevention.


Most people will begin to see some changes in the firmness and elasticity of their skin during their 30s. You might just need a little bit of Botox or some carefully targeted dermal fillers rather than the full 8 point face lift, but it depends on how your skin is ageing. Some people do need a little extra help to tackle premature ageing in their 30s. A non surgical lift could help you to look your age, or even younger.


The non surgical face lift is particularly popular for people at this age. In your 40s, you skin is beginning to age more rapidly. As well as lines and wrinkles, you are likely to see some sagging and loss of elasticity, but you are unlikely to feel ready for a surgical facelift at this age. The 8 point facelift treatment can smooth out your skin, add volume where it is needed, and stimulate natural processes of repair and rejuvenation.


Once you reach your 50s, your skin is likely to feel very different than it did ten or twenty years ago. The menopause can make these changes even stronger in women, but men will notice their skin ageing too. Surgical facelifts are more popular at this age, but the non surgical alternatives can still be very effective. It is worth seeking advice from an expert before deciding which treatment is right for you. In most cases, a non surgical lift can achieve the results you want.