Photos Three Years Past My Lifestyle Lift® Procedure

Three years after my Lifestyle Lift - Full FaceThree years after my Lifestyle Lift - Left ProfileThree years after my Lifestyle Lift - Left Quarter Profile Chin DownThree years after my Lifestyle Lift - Left Quarter ProfileThree years after my Lifestyle Lift - Right ProfileThree years after my Lifestyle Lift - Right Profile Chin DownThree years after my Lifestyle Lift - Right Quarter Profile Chin Down
Three years after my Lifestyle Lift - Full Face
Three years after my Lifestyle Lift - Left Profile
Three years after my Lifestyle Lift - Left Quarter Profile Chin Down
Three years after my Lifestyle Lift - Left Quarter Profile
Three years after my Lifestyle Lift - Right Profile
Three years after my Lifestyle Lift - Right Profile Chin Down
Three years after my Lifestyle Lift - Right Quarter Profile Chin Down

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This pictures were taken three years after my Lifestyle Lift procedure. As you can see in the pictures, my jowls are beginning to droop a little and my turkey neck is once again becoming more noticeable. If you look at the photo of my left side with my neck down to show loose skin in my neck, you will see a crease that runs from my ear down to my neck. I don’t think that’s a natural crease, but something that resulting from my Lifestyle Lift.

There is also a video available of me discussing my Lifestyle Lift after three years. Overall, I think I’m better off in the sense that I think I look younger than I would have without the Lifestyle Lift.

Comments

  1. Rocio Szpilfeigel says

    Thank You!, its for people like you that we can really know what to expect and not get sold on an infomertial, unfortunaely for me it was too good to be true!. I am a satage 4 cancer survivor having had numerouse radioation and chemo, without mentioning a complete hysterechtomy, so I am petrified of any kind of invasive procedure.

    You have helped me in ways you cannot imagine, I will have to depend on fillers and more suttle treatments and see what happends.

    But you were an angel, set in my path, I definetly dont think I could go through the procedure. And I agree you look beautiful, but it has to be right for the right reasons.
    Sincerely,
    Rocio

  2. millie waggoner says

    I had my lift on Dec. 13 and it.s been more painful than my C section I haven’t been able to sleep one nite through yet. I also feel so sad I put my family through this. My eyes look like they are bleeding and are droopy so I can’t go out without sunglasses and if I wear them the sides of my head and ears hurt. I also had pain during the lift and know other also had pain. I know I will look better in the end, but unless you have a really desperate reason to have it, think twice or maybe three times.

    • says

      Hi Millie,
      Bless your heart…. I know how difficult it can be. I would not do it again. I hope you are in contact with your doctor. You should begin feeling better very soon. If not, perhaps your doctor can do something to help the situation. In the meantime, try to think about good things and keep your mind off your surgery. I experienced a depression when I was about this far along, so that could be adding to the misery. I sincerely hope things go well for you.

      My very best,
      Cheryn

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