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    The New Cutting Edge Minimally Invasive Laser Technology

    01 What is EndoSkin procedure using FiberLift Laser?

    FiberLift is a new cutting edge minimally invasive laser procedure that offers an amazing alternative to surgical facelifts and/or liposuction. Following local anaesthetic, a thin, laseremitting wire, as thin as a hair, is introduced to the subdermal skin layer.

    With precise and delicate movements, the laser energy targets specific treatment areas to stimulate multiple responses. Mechanical contraction giving immediate skin tightening and firming, improvement of skin ‘architecture’, skin rejuvenation through the production of collagen and elastic and fat reduction from the emulsification of fat cells by FiberLift’s laser energy.

    Results are not only immediate but continue to improve for several months following the procedure, as additional collagen builds in the deeper layers of the skin.


    02 What Areas Can FiberLift treat?

    surgery it is now recommended for scars, defining the chin line, lower eye bags, tightening the jaw and neck area, as well as the body including the abdomen, thighs, saggy elbows, and knees. FiberLift can also treat stubborn skin and fat accumulations in other areas of the body, which cannot be addressed with either diet or exercise as well as be used to reduce
    the appearance of cellulite.

    03 What Are the Benefits of FiberLift?

    FiberLift offers all the benefits of a surgical facelift but a significantly lower cost, no downtime or pain. Results are both immediate and long-term as the treated area will continue to improve for several months following the procedure as additional collagen builds in the deeper layers of the skin. One treatment is sufficient to benefit from results that will last years. For those that have been troubled by hard to lose fat or sagging skin on yourface or body but not been keen to have the pain, scarring and downtime associated with traditional invasive alternatives, FiberLift is the perfect new treatment for you.

    04 What Are the Side Effects of FiberLift?

    As this is a minimally invasive procedure, without any incisions and sutures, there is no pain or recovery time that is associated with surgical procedures.
    Patients can return to work and normal activity within a few hours. Potential side effects from a FiberLift procedure could include swelling and uneven skin for and/or some minor bruising, swelling, redness and sensitivity in the treated areas.

    05 FiberLift Overview


    60 minutes

    Session Price

    From £/$/€ 2500



    Lasting Effects

    2 – 3 years



    Side Effects

    Mild redness, swelling & bruising
    Second procedure can be
    repeated after 60 days.

    06 Who will perform the procedure?

    Procedure should be carried out by trained professionals only.

    07 How long does the FiberLift procedure last?

    It depends on how many parts of the face or body are to be treated. A full face 3- areas take approximately 60 minutes including time for the anaesthetic to activate. No recovery time is required, so it is possible to return to normal activities within a few hours.

    08 Is the FiberLift procedure painful?

    FiberLift uses hair-thin laser optical fibres, which can be inserted with only a small puncture. There is no need for general anaesthetic or sutures, although most patients request a local anaesthetic to minimise discomfort. The treated areas may appear red and swell slightly shortly after the treatment, but this does not usually last more than a few hours. Patients can leave the clinic shortly after with little discomfort.

    09 How many treatments do I need?

    In a super majority of the cases, just one. In case of incomplete results, it can be repeated for a second time within the first 2 months.

    10 How long before I see results?

    Results are both immediate and long-term. Immediate results are seen as a result of the emulsification of fat cells reducing skin laxity while the treated areas will continue to improve for several months following the procedure as additional collagen builds in the deeper layers of the skin. The “best” results will come around the 6-month mark.

    11 Is FiberLift permanent?

    report results after 8 years, but current state of health, and gender are some of the factors that can impact the outcome.

    12 Why should I choose FiberLift over a surgical procedure?

    Although it is a minimally invasive laser procedure, FiberLift offers all the benefits of a surgical facelift. Here is a side-by-side comparison:

    FiberLift: Approx 1 hour procedure with local anaesthetic, no downtime, can treat multiple areas without complications, painless, costs from £/$/€ 2500.

    Surgical Facelift: General anaesthesia; up to 6-8 weeks recovery time; tenderness, bruising, swelling and possibility of complications; must be done in hospital, costs from m £/$/€ 7,000 to £/$/€ 25,000.

    13 What aftercare is necessary after FiberLift?

    There is no specific aftercare required for FiberLlift. One of its greatest advantages is a quick recovery rate. Since it is a minimally invasive procedure, no bandages are required after FiberLift, and you can usually return to your normal daily activities the same day. Any discomfort experienced directly following the procedure will typically disappear within 48 hours and is controllable using over-the-counter pain medication.

    14 How much does the FiberLift procedure cost?

    Full face starts for £/$/€ 4500 for 3 areas, 1 area £/$/€ 2500 and prices for body treatments are on consultation as price is determined by number of body parts and time to treat. Further pricing efficiencies are offered for simultaneous face and body treatments.

    15 What are the treatment areas?

    1. Upper eyelids
    2.  Lower eyelids
    3. Temples
    4. Middle third of the face
    5. Contour and jowls
    6. Neck
    7. Perioral region
    8. Acne scar indication
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