Hi Jojo, thanks for your question. Facelifts are surgical procedures performed on patients wanting to improve aging/stressed areas in the neck and facial areas. These last about two hours and require anesthesia, and all things considered, are still considered as outpatient procedures. It is done to refresh deep facial creases along the nose, below lower eyelids, loose skin in the jowls (under the chin/jaw), sagging in the mid-face and lost fat in the facial area. A facelift procedure is done through an incision beginning in the hair or hairline above and in front of the ear (the temporal region). Since this procedure does not help with brows, eyelids and the eyelids in general, some patients opt to have injections of soft tissue fillers, facial implants or skin resurfacing.