A liquid facelift makes use of fillers (such as Juvederm, Radiesse, Sculptra, and so on) combined with compatible neuromodulators (like BOTOX, Dysport, or Xeomin). This is different from other types of facelift since no incisions or adjustment of the skin and/or underlying tissues occurs.
Understandably, this type of facelift will only last for an average of 18 months which is significantly shorter than that of the traditional facelift where effects generally last for 10 years.
The excess skin and fat removed in one tummy tuck procedure is of course, permanent. But as the patient bears more children, loses more weight, or just has sagging skin from getting older after many years, then another tummy tuck can be arranged if they choose.
The effects will last, as long as the patient is able to maintain a stable weight after full recovery. Proper diet and exercise are still a must. One thing that most people don’t know about fat is that these cells do not increase in number after puberty - but they can grow or shrink in size depending on the diet and lifestyle of the person. So though excess fat can be expelled forever without the prospect of being replaced on the level of cellular count, the remaining fat cells can still grow if proper diet and exercise is not maintained. Moreover, the health benefits of proper nutrition and exercise extend far beyond aesthetic gains.