Miss Jonquille Chantrey has pioneered the technique known as the Fluid Facelift. Full rejuvenation of the face and jaw-line can be achieved using safe, non-invasive methods without surgery. As anInternational Key Opinion Leader in the Facial Aesthetics industry, Miss Chantrey is always developing new methods and techniques. Advanced methods are used to individually assess and treat patients in order to ensure a natural, refreshed result.
A youthful, lifted appearance is possible in less than an hour with the Fluid Facelift and can last up to 2-3 years. Many patients are now preferring this less-invasive method for many reasons. Not only are the risks significantly minimised but the results are very natural and can be maintained for many years as the face continues to age, with relatively little upkeep.
A combination of methods are used including: cheek enhancement, jowl-lift, brow-lift, neck-lift, temple-lift & skin-tightening. Miss Chantrey only uses safe, fully approved products with a long safety history. These products are then used in a revolutionary way. The injectable products used can include: Juvederm Voluma, Sculptra, Restylane, Perlane and Botox.
Miss Chantrey always performs a full medical consultation to assess your general health & discuss the options available to you prior to any procedure being carried out. All treatments performed by Miss Chantrey are to protect, maintain, enhance and preserve the physical and mental wellbeing of her patients, and she aims to ensure optimum results to improve long-term self-esteem.
Image of a patient before and after Fluid Facelift in Wilmslow
What are the risks?
Only safe, proven and temporary products are used. However minor risks include bruising, swelling, and redness. These tend to settle over a few days. All questions & aftercare are discussed during the medical consultation.
How long will the effects last?
Juvederm® Voluma has been proven to last up to one year, however many patients have results lasting 18 months. Sculptra has been shown to last 2-3 years.
Duration of effects depends on different factors:
The area treated
Quantity of product injected
Quality of skin
Do I need to avoid anything before or after the treatment?
Avoid excessive sun exposure or sunbed use
You are advised to avoid using aspirin or other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (eg ibuprofen) a few of days
before your anti-wrinkle treatment (unless they are taken for chronic medical conditions). Avoiding these medications will reduce the risk of bruising and bleeding at the point of injection.
No make-up for at least 12 hours after the treatment
Who may not be suitable for treatment?
Pregnant or breast-feeding patients
Patients suffering with active coldsores (herpes) at the time of treatment
Patients with a current infection treated with antibiotics should wait until the infection has fully resolved
Patients suffering from certain chronic medical illnesses or skin conditions may not be suitable or need a specialised
treatment regime, however this will be discussed in full at the medical consultation.
Please see the success stories page for testimonials from Miss Chantrey’s patients.