Lifestyle Lift Reviews

What is the LifeStyle Lift? The Lifestyle Lift is an alternative to a traditional facelift that promises to take years of visible aging off your face. More than 200,000 Lifestyle Lifts have been performed so far. Why is it so popular? The Lifestyle Lift can effectively reduce the appearance of wrinkles, especially laugh lines with a shorter incision then a facelift. The treatment  is less invasive then a facelift and usually requires less downtime. The procedure is performed by making small incisions in front of the ears and extend around the lower ears. It works by lifting the cheeks, jawline, jowls, and mid-face, and removing excess fat in the skin. Muscles are pulled tight and excess skin is lifted and removed. Patients still need a few days and up to a week to recover. Lifestyle Lift uses lidocaine and oral sedatives before it beings the treatment. Sounds too good to be true? While Lifestyle Lift results are comparable to a facelift, the side effects and recovery period is only slightly shorter.

There are over 1000+ Lifestyle Lift reviews on sites like Realself and ConsumerAffairs. Patients seem satisfied with the results they experience after surgery. However, many reviews suggest that the Lifestyle Lift does not fully explain the way the treatments works, the side effects and the recovery period.

The Lifestyle Lift was created by  Dr. David Kent, a cosmetic surgeon in Michigan. Since the procedure was created in 2001, it is difficult to estimate how long the results will last. However, results so far suggest patients can expect long range results.

There are over 70 board certified physicians who presently operate from 30+ Lifestyle Lift centers. LifeStyleLift Centers are in Houston, Atlanta, Cleveland, Dallas, Denver, Fort Myers, Ontario, Las Vegas, Long Island, Little Memphis, Manhattan, Minneapolis, Nashville, Phoenix, Seattle, Santiago, Tampa, Troy, Washington, West Palm Beach, Portland, Reno, Salt Lake City and San Francisco.

What is the cost of the Lifestyle Lift? Lifestyle Lift costs vary substantially depending on the severity of aging the physicians experience and the location you chose to have treatment. We have seen costs of between $3000 and $10,000 with an average cost of $4000. It is advisable to consult with at least two physicians with similar experience to compare the cost of the LifeStyle Lift.

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Comments

  1. Luckyashton

    Oh my god!! I’m bored at work and am reading reviews about the lifestyle lift. I enquired about it a couple years ago and still get emails from them. I am seeing that people spent from $6600 to $14000 for this. I flew to Capetown, South Africa and got a proper neck lift, chin lipo and and implant for $5500. This was a board certified plastic surgeon, anaesthesiologist and nursing team. Then I spent another $5000 staying in a great bungalow and shopping my head off for 14 days. No chin strap. This also includes my flight on Emirates the best airline. That was a year and a half ago and it still looks great. It looked great after a week. I would never, ever go to lifestyle lift. I was quoted $10,000 usd in America for the same what I got in S Africa , by a board certified plastic surgeon. Wow.

  2. Dh

    I had lifestyle lift done 3 weeks ago. Downtime 1 week, although still healing no swelling left no bruising. All doctors are not the same. Mine is a true artist. I would do it again. I feel so lucky and happy I did it. It seems only the people who have complaints are the ones who are leaving reviews so I just had to write a good one….I look 20 years younger. Thanks. Burlington, ma

  3. Rose

    When my aunt turned 41, she was alarmed at the first wrinkles that she noticed on her face, while she was applying make-up for a get-together. Although she was able to conceal it, I could see a look of concern on her face throughout the evening. I asked her the next morning and she shared her problem with me. We decided to search Google for a solution. We found Lifestyle lift reviews. Patient reviews of quick lift and lifestyle lift have shown that patients are satisfied with the results. Lifestyle lift cost reviews are a mix of positive and negative, since it costs a substantial amount. After reading all the Lifestyle lift customer reviews, Aunt Anna has thought of getting it done during the Christmas vacations.

  4. bobanis

    I don’t know why anyone would have this company perform any surgery on them. Just read the reviews…This is your face you are talking about…geez people

  5. Alex

    I am so glad I stumbled on to this site. My mom had a full Lifestyle Lift done 7 years ago. The comments about earlobes are right in target. My mom’s are now attached to the side of her neck / face. She used to have Lobes! Then, the Dr. took too much skin out of one of her eyelids. She could barely close that eye. Her eyes were so tucked so tightly, her husband didn’t recognize her. & said she actually looked Aisan. Just Save for a few more years, then go to a REAL Doctor !

  6. Gayleen

    You would think if they have performed over 200,000 procedures they would perfect this over years. I am confident the procedure you are having today is much better than the original Lifestyle Lift. But I suppose you cannot have a lifestyle lift done a second time :)

  7. Debi

    I am scheduled to have this done tomorrow morning. I just read these comments. I read positive but these negative comments are scaring me. Has anyone had one done recently and its for weeks later from the time with your surgery? Are you happy with it?

  8. sandra

    do not do it , get a second opinion , I did it the results did not happen it’s a one fits all thing which is not good I have been miserable since I did it , I have post problems not to mention the obvious mutilation of my ear lobes , all I have had is pain and mutilation for the rest of my life they tell you this is it or a $40,000.00 face lift do not believe them its not true I want to sue over this lie , if any one reading this lets cause a lawsuit based on this lie I am so sorry this has ruined my life everyday I am in agony due to having this done face lifts I found out are not done this way the are done from forehead not ears

  9. Ahn Singet

    Where did Candace have the procedure? Sounds like she had a good doctor after reading all the bad reviews on this site.

  10. Candace

    I had this procedure done by a plastic surgeon and the results were wonderful! Lasers are far from perfect, in fact some people come away with permanent ‘red’ skin. This procedure is done under local and it is not as invasive as a full face life, but the results are amazing. I have my face back minus the ‘jowls’; do I look 20? of course not, but I look years younger. When I looked in the mirror after the procedure I was amazed, I’d forgotten what I used to look like. After I healed it was wonderful to wear cosmetics again. I love fashion. I take great care of myself, work out every day, eat right and this procedure helps me to project on the outside how I feel on the inside. Some common sense advice: check out the doctor and if you plan on loosing weight do it first.

  11. Anonymous

    Tell u all now if u r looking in to doing something for ur face go to a plastic surgeon. Mom had this done end up having to go to plastic surgery to fix it.

  12. I am scheduled for dec 23. I have paid six hundred down. Regretting this dec what do I do. Also they showed the lifestyle 30min show with Debbie Boone. Twice a week. Suddenly they are not showing it at all not even the short commercials what’s happening

  13. Warning

    Do not have this done.
    It will change your life for the worse.
    There are far less drastic steps you can take, and you will be much happier with the end result.

  14. Tamara

    After reading numerous negative review on Lifestyle Lift I have decided to go for an appointment with a plastic surgeon rather than a cosmetic surgeon. I was not aware of the difference in qualifications until I read your review. I am not sure how they can get away with this. I noticed that a consultation with a plastic surgeon is similar to a cosmetic surgeon.

  15. Anonymous

    You are right. I went for a consultation with two physicians. Lifestyle Lift is not performed by a registered plastic surgeon. You are also right that there are newer/better non surgical facelift procedures available. I have been reading about Epione in Beverly Hills and considering making an appointment there.

    • Anonymous

      He writes his own reviews on the internet. Master of self promotion. I have seen him and his brother, his brother is better and way less pretentious.

  16. Destiny

    I have been doing my research and there are newer and better alternatives to Lifestyle Lift. Apparently this isn’t even performed by a qualified plastic surgeon. Stay away. This spells disaster.

  17. Ally

    There has been so much advancement with laser technology that you can achieve the same results without having to have a facelift. The Lifestyle Lift sounds non invasive because they refer to it as a mini facelift but it is a very drastic treatment that involves anesthetic and you will be left with scars no matter how good the procedure is. Look at lasers like Thermage instead and you will find you will not need to have the Lifestyle Lift procedure done. I have a friend who has this procedure and she says she was happy with the result but it just does not look good.

  18. Zarah

    I agree with Sophia’s review of LifeStyle Lift. I went for a consultation to have this mini facelift they did explain everything to me but I thought I could achieve the same result over time with laser and skin care product. I was okay with the costing it just seemed to invasive for me and I was thinking it didn’t involve any surgery or anything.

  19. Sophia

    This looks just an invasive than a facelift. They cut skin off and you are left with scars. Most plastic surgeons have more sophisticated procedure than a Lifestyle Lift. The Lifestyle Lift isn’t even performed by a plastic surgeons. I would be very careful about having something like this done as it might not leave you with the desired look. The LifeStyle Lift is an invasive procedure and there is downtime and again you will be left with scars. Keep in mind there are all these news lasers that have come out + good skin care will work well together to repair wrinkles.

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