weekend facelift

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A popular term for a facelift performed with advanced techniques that are less invasive and allow rapid recovery—i.e., during lunchtime (this only works for injection therapy and thus probably shouldn’t be regarded as a proper facelift) or over a weekend

weekend facelift

Lunchtime facelift Cosmetic surgery A popular term for a facelift performed with advanced techniques that are less invasive and allow rapid recovery–ie, during lunchtime or over a weekend. See Facelift.
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A NEW lunchtime facelift has been launched that's a cut-price version of a treatment loved by stars, such as Jennifer Aniston and Courteney Cox.
The doctor expertly injects patients in his office in just minutes—sometimes called a lunchtime facelift, Botox injections require no recovery time so the patient can go on with the day.
A third offered a "lunchtime facelift", which BAAPS said cannot be done and falsely raises expectations.
THEY'RE calling it the lunchtime facelift. Simply pop into a high street store, have needles stuck into strategic points around the forehead and eyes, and hey presto you look 10 years younger.
The injections, which paralyse facial muscles and are known by devotees as "the lunchtime facelift", are said to have smoothed more than a million celebrity faces during the last year alone.
BONNIE TYLER SHE may be the other side of 50 now and a devotee of Botox, the 'lunchtime facelift' - as revealed in this paper.