Ms Angelica Kavouni’s CareerFacelift® incorporates the concept of plastic surgery pioneer, Suzanne Noël’s ‘petite opération’

One of my particular professional heroines has to be the most amazing Suzanne Gros Noël. The first female plastic surgeon to perform ground breaking facelifts, coining the phrase ‘petite opération’ in a career which spanned from 1916 to 1950.

I developed the CareerFacelift® incorporating the concept of Noël’s ‘petite opération’.

Over the past 15years I have learned that women want to look neither younger nor different, but simply to look as good as they can for as long as they can. Small tweaks here and there blending surgical interventions with non-surgical procedures mean that women can stay fresh faced without looking pulled or pinched.

With retirement age caught in an invisible slip stream, seemingly always just out of reach, women of all ages are feeling pressure to stay ahead, or at least keep up with the rest. Staying relevant in the workplace has never been more pertinent and professional women as young as 35 (and as old as 65) are asking for help in keeping the effects of ageing at bay.

The CareerFacelift® does not involve one single solution; rather a smorgasbord of both surgical and non surgical procedures from which treatments are chosen that are specific to individual issues.

These treatments tighten a sagging jaw line and mid face, replenish lost volume offering soft natural looking contours, remove pigment issues and replace that missing glow and finally relax lines and wrinkles, removing harsh frown lines.

Key components are: Tighten – Replenish volume – Resurface – Relax

Expect results to peak at 8 months with top up tweaks required at around 18months

Cost: from £2500.00 (depends on treatments chosen)

CareerFacelift® treatments include

Tighten: short scar facelift, Silhouette Softlift, Thermage radiofrequency

Replenish: Sculptra, Plasma Rich Platelet (PRP) therapy, hyaluronic acid fillers

Resurface: Fraxel laser, Obagi Radiance peel, Clear+Brilliant laser

Relax: mini-tox (botulinum toxin injections)

Ms Angelica Kavouni MD FRCS EBOPRAS is the medical director of the Kosmesis Skin Clinic @ 129 Harley Street

About Ms Angelica Kavouni FRCS EBOPRAS Cosmetic Surgeon

Ms Angelica Kavouni MD FRCS EBOPRAS With a wealth of experience in private practice spanning 15 years and a regular TV, online and print media contribution, Angelica has secured her place as one of London’s prominent cosmetic plastic surgeons. Angelica has developed a reputation for her signature natural result Career Facelift® which blends minimal procedures with state-of-the-art anti-ageing treatments.  Her expertise also includes post pregnancy breast and body contouring and vaginal rejuvenation. Angelica is committed to safety and standards and her attention to detail is legendary. The Kosme Skin Clinic …where anti-ageing professionals and state-of-the-art skin rejuvenation meet Kosme Skin Clinic is a unique skincare destination. Not only a stand-alone non-surgical unit housing state-of-the-art solutions for all skin issues, the Kosme Skin Clinic acts as an invaluable adjunct to the surgical facility also based at 129 Harley Street. Our experienced aesthetic nurse practitioners work to Medical Director Ms Angelica Kavouni’s own exact standards, delivering high-end care to all patients. Def: Kos-me…preservation, restoration, or enhancement of natural appearance Ms Angelica Kavouni GMC: 4002006 129 Harley Street London W1G 6BA t: 020 7486 9040 w:
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