Facelift Thailand – Fountain of Youth Found!?!

Facelift Thailand – Fountain of Youth Found!?!

October 16, 2014 by Grainne Farrell0

Facelift Thailand

Facelift Thailand – set back the years

I love to put pink blush on with sparkly lip gloss and make up. But what I love the most are those products which make me look young. This is a habit that’s hard for me to break! Every time I’m in a shopping mall, I spend a lot of time in the skin care department. I have spent more money buying facial wash, moisturizer, sunblock, lipgloss, blush on, toner, scrub, and more, than any other personal needs. Sometimes, they need to pull me away from the skin care department because I just can’t stop. Not from buying, but from reading all the labels of the products I wanted to choose. It’s not that I am Miss Skin-Care-Shop-a-holic… Well, maybe. But the reason why I love skin care products is that I am scared to look old and have a wrinkled, saggy-skin face. Excuse me for being blunt, but this is honestly what I think to myself. I’m my own worst critic. Please don’t get me wrong; I have nothing against people who have embraced aging, for, I hope I can be like them, by not being fearful of how old I look. Unfortunately, I am one of those people who is anxious of aging, of looking old. I am guessing that I am not the only person feeling guilty here.I freak out every time I am having a pimple break out; it makes me nervous to that point at which I want to cure it as soon as possible. I am even scared to prick it because I don’t want any marks on my face. How much more self conscious would it make me if it’s wrinkles I have to worry about? I can’t even give my full trust to a dermatologist because, “What if it will get worse?” One thing I don’t understand about myself is that I love choosing what products will I use. This can be risky, because I’m not a professional, but maybe it will be easier for me to blame my self if something goes wrong, rather than have a fight with the dermatologist.

When I heard about Facelift Thailand, I was extremely curious. My brain won’t stop asking “Who would want to have an invasive surgery involving their entire face?” A brow lift, neck lift, and rhinoplasty are just part of the head/face that could easily be done. But, a full facelift? A cosmetic surgical operation to remove unwanted wrinkles by tightening the skin of the face? That’s a lot of hours inside the operating room. I got scared about the thought of it, knowing how anxious I would get when I’m dealing with something simple like my pimples! A facelift would make my knees weak.

At first, I was apprehensive about women from across the world, traveling only to have a facelift from Thailand. I felt that because, as I mentioned before, there’s a serious care I have concerning how my face looks. But when I started working with Lotus Medical International and directly handled facelift clients, my fear turned into admiration. This country can really give you the, “Fountain of Youth.” Facelift Thailand has a proven track record in quality and mastery of the procedure with skillful, competent, and brilliant surgeons every step of the way. The recovery is not as easy as breast augmentation, rhinoplasty, or brow lifts. However, as long as the clients are well informed about the recovery phase, the Medical Team has set proper expectations regarding how long before the face would adjust, the client is physically, emotionally and psychologically prepared, “The Fountain of Youth” can be reached. All our clients are very satisfied, and have had wonderfully positive results; their feedback made Facelift Thailand become popular. Sometimes, I just find myself gazing at our clients, forgetting what am I supposed to say because I am in awe of them. I say to myself, “Why would people still chase the legend of the Fountain of Youth in the mythical land of Bimini, if they can have it here in Phuket, Thailand?”