FOR HIM: The innovating “REJUVENATOR”
Look rested and refreshed
A younger look in instants: Knocks down 5-10 years in minutes
Easy to implant, yet, it is permanent
Helps correct drooping eyelids (tired expression)
Smoothens out line expressions (worry forehead lines, crowfeet)
Increases your Height up to 1 ½ “ in minutes
Made of the safest & most biocompatible material: solid medical-grade silicone
Can be implanted in the privacy of your own home by a doctor or a trained nurse
Get an Instant Face-Lifting with the “BEAUTY-LIFT”
Look younger in minutes
A permanent face-lift device
Rejuvenate 5 to 10 years in just minutes!
Can be implanted in minutes at home by a trained nurse or at the Doctor`s Office
The user may decide to switch to a larger model before stitching(i.e. 1/2” vs. 1”)
Be the envy of your former classmates at your Annual Class of 1990`s Reunion
Lowers the cost of a face-lifting: From $10 ,000 down to $2,000
Made of medical-grade hypoallergenic solid silicone
Only local anesthetics is required.
No recovery time
No bruising or visible scars
Instant face-lifting. Improves the face dramatically by creating a brighter, softer, fresher appearance. Restore a more youthful, rested, and aesthetic look. The device produces: a younger appearing facial structure; elevation of drooping eyebrows; softening of forehead frown lines, and smoothes out vertical lines between the eyebrows.
Easy to obtain FDA market clearance
It can be sold over-the-counter
Undetectable: Cannot be noticed from the outside. Implanting does not require hair shaving.
Convenient: It is Inexpensive; Easy to implant; No side effects; Permanent
Minimum scarring or possibility of deforming hairline. No need to shave for incision.
See the (permanent) results in 30 minutes. No down-time.
Can be implanted by a trained nurse, or at the Doctor`s Office.
Uses only local anesthesia
Dr. G. L. Borah, MD, chief of plastic surgery at UMDNJ Medical School, says one reason is that boomers - known as the "me generation" - take good care of themselves and are proud of the way they look. "They notice deepening crow's feet and new wrinkles," he explains. "And since they're less inhibited than most of their elders, they don't hesitate to do something about it."
It's no longer uncommon for men to have cosmetic surgery either, Borah says, especially 40- to 50-year-old executives and professionals. "They're up against younger men who are on the rise, and getting ahead in business is more or less synonymous with looking good," he notes.