What is a Nefertiti Lift?

Line drawing of woman with hair up representing where the injection spots are for the neck lift. The dots are under the chin and down the neck

What is a Nefertiti Lift?

Ancient Egyptian Queen Nefertiti is renowned for her long neck and elegant jawline, inspiring countless individuals to seek similar contours. However, achieving these features can be challenging, and traditional methods such as a facelift are invasive surgeries that require significant downtime. As Mother’s Day and summer approach, the Nefertiti Lift emerges as today’s modern facelift—a minimally invasive alternative that offers remarkable results without the need for extensive recovery periods.

What is a Nefertiti Lift?

By injecting Botox into specific muscles in the lower face and neck, the Nefertiti Lift aims to enhance jawline definition and reduce the appearance of neck bands. This non-surgical approach offers an effective alternative to traditional facelifts or neck lifts.

Cosmetic Benefits:

Injecting Botox into these muscles can lead to several cosmetic benefits, including improved jaw definition, reduction of neck bands, and smoothing out wrinkles around the mouth and chin.

Why Dr. Anne Peled Chooses to Offer the Nefertiti Lift:

Dr. Anne Peled is committed to providing her patients with the most advanced and effective treatments available. The Nefertiti Lift aligns perfectly with her commitment to innovation, offering patients a safe, minimally invasive alternative to traditional neck lift procedures. With its minimal downtime and lasting results, the Nefertiti Lift is an attractive option for those seeking a more contoured appearance.

How Does it Work?

Botox temporarily relaxes the platysma muscle in the neck, which helps counteract the downward pull that contributes to sagging skin and wrinkles in the lower face and neck. The procedure is quick and virtually painless, with results lasting several months.

Who is a Good Candidate?

Ideal candidates include those with noticeable neck lines or wrinkles, prominent neck muscles, a soft jawline, or chin dimples. However, individuals with certain health conditions should avoid the procedure.

Recovery and Risks:

Since it’s a nonsurgical treatment, recovery is typically quick and involves minimal discomfort. However, there are minimal risks associated with Botox injections, such as temporary pain, bruising, or swelling.

Cost Considerations:

The cost is nominal in comparison to a traditional facelift and will depend on the cost per unit for Botox at your local provider’s office. 

The current cost at APMD Aesthetics is $700 for the Botox needed for the treatment and includes a free SkinMedica neck lift cream for aftercare.

Offer expires June 30, 2024.  While health insurance typically doesn’t cover cosmetic procedures, the investment in maintaining results may be worthwhile for many.