Cambridge’s Liquid FaceLift uses SCULPTRA - a collagen stimulating medicine to help trigger the body to produce its own collagen naturally.
Commonly known as the Liquid Facelift, Sculptra is designed to help reduce shallow to deep facial wrinkles and folds that appear with aging, by replacing lost collagen using the body's very own collagen stimulation process.
Derived from fruit acids, the main ingredient of SCULPTRA is a biocompatible and biodegradable synthetic facial injectable material known as poly-L-lactic acid. It helps stimulate the body to naturally produce its own collagen.
By encouraging deep skin collagen stimulation, the liquid facelift SCULPTRA helps provide structure for collagen saturation in the following areas:
This technique aims to improve skin by making it look fuller, smoother, younger with less pronounced lines, creases, wrinkles and folds.
SCULPTRA works by targeting one of the underlying causes of facial aging: the loss of facial collagen - that causes depressions.
We believe that the reinforced collagen structure provided by the natural collagen stimulation is central towards creating a foundation that can help in gradually restoring the look of fullness to facial wrinkles and folds that have developed over time.
SCULPTRA is different from other facial injectables in that it was created for gradual and more subtle correction. This potentially makes it more suitable for large volume corrections, restoring facial fat loss, redefining facial contours and smoothening wrinkles and creases.
With more than 10 years of medical aesthetics experience and a graduate of the world-renowned University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom, Dr Lee aims to draw out one’s natural beauty through the application of safe, minimally invasive and holistic procedures. He is also a key opinion leader in the realm of aesthetic technology, often travelling the world to seek out the latest and most effective treatments.