About our Signature Face Lift

Does the thought of going under the knife scare you? Whether it be the permanent changes, the long recovery time or the uncertainty of how it will turn out, there are many reasons why a surgical facelift is not for everyone. However, you can get natural-looking results without surgery through our signature facelift. Non-surgical facelifts plump up the skin, restore lost volume and brighten up your face with immediate effect, making this a great way to refresh your face without the need for expensive surgery.

Liquid facelifts define your cheekbones and jawline, lift the corners of your mouth and fill in hollow tear troughs. They work by restoring lost volume, giving the appearance of lifting and brightening your face, leaving you looking refreshed and feeling confident.

Price: from £800

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Visible Results


Recovery Time

0-2 days


None/Topical numbing cream

Procedure Time

30-40 minutes

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Our signature facelift is also known as a non-surgical facelift or a liquid facelift. Why? Because it doesn’t involve a surgical procedure and is done purely by using filler products. Our signature facelifts are performed by injecting purified hyaluronic acid into the face, which is already naturally occurring in the body.

Our signature facelift is done by injecting dermal filler into eight carefully targeted areas on the face. When these eight areas are combined, the filler works to lift and contour the entire face, leaving it refreshed and rejuvenated.

You will see results from a liquid facelift instantly. However, the filler product can take up to 2 weeks to fully develop in your skin. Non-surgical facelifts don’t require any incisions or hospitalisation, meaning a rapid recovery time compared to the traditional facelift.

A surgical facelift is expensive, uncomfortable and can leave you with a lengthy recovery time, but a more noticeable result. Whereas a non-surgical facelift is non-invasive, much more cost-effective, will give you immediate results and there is no recovery involved. This is often the best option if you are looking for a quick fix or don’t have the time or money to go under the knife.

Dermal fillers can be risky, especially if they’re not done properly. There are plenty of beauty therapists performing filler treatments at the moment and the truth is, they’re not properly qualified and have likely only taken a 1-day training course. If filler treatment is not done correctly, risks can include blindness, infection and the need for surgery if not injected into the correct area.


To ensure you are receiving safe and quality treatment, Face&Co Chester is a doctor-led clinic. We only employ experienced medical practitioners who are on at least one of the following registers: 


  • General Medical Council (GMC)
  • Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC)
  • British College of Aesthetic Medicine (BCAM)
  • British Association of Cosmetic Nurses (BACN)
  • Save Face
  • Joint Council for Cosmetic Practitioners (JCCP)

Your safety is our main priority. Always make sure you ask to see that qualifications of the practitioner performing your treatment before going ahead with a procedure.

The Right Practitioner

Your face is the first thing anyone sees, so it’s important you choose the right practitioner for the job. Our Clinical Medical Officer, Dr Ryan Hamdy, has been performing cosmetic enhancements for over 15 years. He is a full member of the British College of Aesthetic Medicine, (MBCAM), and is dedicated to achieving natural-looking results of the highest quality.

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Amanda Tuckwell

Clinic Manager

Amanda has worked in various roles within the NHS, from Emergency Nurse...

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Dr Ryan Hamdy

Chief Medical Officer

Dr Hamdy heads up our Face&Co team as our chief medical officer. Previously...

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Dr. Jamie Harrison

Aesthetic Doctor

Dr. Harrison was a full-time Doctor in the NHS and has experience working on...

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