SCFR vs. Surgical Facelift

SCFR Second Chance Facial Rejuvenation (microcurrent)

¹Average Cost: $1795
³Anual Maintence Cost: $400- $500
Average Satisfaction Rating: 98%
Down Time days: 0
  • Lift Cheek
  • Lift Brow
  • Nasolabial Folds
  • Forehead Creases
  • Lip Wrinkles
  • Fine Wrinkles
  • Crows Feet
  • Improve Skin Tone
  • Eye hollows
  • Eyelid 'hood'
  • Neck
  • Acne

Reported Side Effects & Contraindications

Clients have reported: increased energy, reduction of high blood pressure, improved mood, improved eyesight, reduced hot flashes & insomnia, reversal of skin damage from acne, scars, Rosacea & age spots. Improves TMJ conditions. Contraindication: epilepsy.

Surgical Facelift

¹Average Cost: $11,600
³Anual Maintence Cost: N/A
Average Satisfaction Rating: 82%
Down Time days: 5 - 10
  • Lift Cheek
  • Lift Brow
  • Nasolabial Folds
  • Forhead Creases
  • Lip Wrinkles
  • Fine Wrinkles
  • Crows Feet
  • Eye Hollows
  • Eyelid 'hood'
  • Neck

Reported Side Effects & Contraindications

Pain, infection, bleeding, numbness, facial nerve injury, change in ear position, nausea and vomiting, hair loss, bruising, scarring, medical risks (can be fatal) due to anesthesia, etc

See how the SCFR procedure compares to a variety of other procedures:

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1: Data from www.realself.com & www.CosmeticProcedures.com March 2012 *SCFR Satisfaction data is from client feedback forms at end of each treatment regimen (over 4,000 clients treated and 400+ Practitioners trained since 2005)
2: "item" = one specific issue, e.g. one nasolabial fold, one forehead treatment, etc.
3: Annual Cost = annual recurring treatment cost to maintain results, e.g. Botox doctors recommend repeat treatments every 3-4 months (many patients report every 1.5 - 3 months needed)