I ran across an ad for a product called the “Beauty Lift High Nose.” They state that "If you dream of having a more beautiful and higher nose but are afraid of the plastic surgeon then the Beauty Lift High Nose might be for you. Just tick the device on your nose for about 3 minutes per day and your nose will get a more beautiful shape. The Beauty Lift High Nose is supposed to “raise” the bridge of your nose by vibrating and thus “stimulating” the nasal bon[e]." Are you familiar with this device? Do you think it can really work?
Beauty Lift High Nose: Scam or Really Works?
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“Beauty Lift High Nose” may not effect any permanent change to your nasal appearance.
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This Nose Device Will Not Change the Appearance of Your Nose; It's a Marketing Gimmick
This type of device won’t change the appearance of your nose, because it won’t impact the under lying bone and cartilage. Gimmicks like this are a dime a dozen. They’re not intended to fix your nose, but instead to separate you from your money.
If you’re serious about changing the appearance of your nose, consultation with a board certified plastic surgeon is appropriate. This surgeon can explain the risk, benefits, alternatives and possible complications associated with rhinoplasty surgery.
Beauty Lift High Nose
This will never work-don't waste your money. Only surgery can alter the nose. Seek a board certified PS who performs rhinoplasties.
Non surgical nose job
Just another person trying to make a buck. They figure people will buy it because there is no risk and it's cheap. Stuff like this comes and goes. Try it if you like then get back to us and let us know how it worked (although I already know).
Quick fix rhinoplasty
Products like this pray on peoples desires to have magical results without paying or recovering. Brilliant marketing but This will not change your nose for the better. If plastic surgery was that easy everyone would be a plastic surgeon.
Your question reminds me of something I remember my mother saying quite often, “if something sounds too good to be true, it usually isn’t good”. Make sure you have a thorough discussion with an accredited Facial Plastic Surgeon before you go through with any “quick” procedures.
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