Best Non-Surgical Facelift in Malaysia

Updated: 2019 October

Are you concerned about the price, quality, effective results, safety and condition recurrence of non-surgical facelift provided by clinics in Malaysia?

Being part of the online healthcare community here at Erufu Care, we understand your concerns, too. So we always work to find and compile information on Non-Surgical Facelift services in Malaysia through surveys, treatment experience feedback, and recommendations from patients in our community, like you.

To date, 6,474 people have asked about Non-Surgical Facelift services. Some of the common questions include:

  • Not sure about Non-Surgical Facelift price range around Malaysia?
  • Want to know more on what to expect from the Non-Surgical Facelift service?
  • Is the result of the Non-Surgical Facelift service immediate?
  • Are there any side effects for the Non-Surgical Facelift service?
  • Tired of your condition returning no matter how many Non-Surgical Facelift service you've had?
Non-Surgical Facelift

You don't necessarily have to go under the knife for a facelift. With the latest treatments and technology, facelifts have become more and more common. If you have sagging or loose skin, a facelift can help you stimulate collagen production tighten your skin for a younger, fresher looking complexion.

In a non-surgical facelift, threads are used to pull the skin. These threads are absorbable by our body, and are the same type of threads as those used to suture cuts on our skin.

These threads pull our skin from the inside to an upwards and inwards direction to lift the skin, contour the face, and enhance facial features.

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With so many medical clinics providing Non-Surgical Facelift, and so many different treatment options available in Malaysia, how do you make the right choice?

As an online community medical support network here at Erufu Care, we have compiled the best medical clinics providing Non-Surgical Facelift in Malaysia for you, along with genuine reviews and ratings from verified patients who have gone to the clinic - who knows better than those who have experienced it first-hand?

In the list of 79 medical clinics below, you can find answers to:

  • What qualifications do the doctors have?
  • How were the experiences of other patients who had Non-Surgical Facelift at the medical clinic?
  • Where is the medical clinic? How is the traffic condition around the clinic in Malaysia?
  • When is the medical clinic open? Do I need to make an appointment?
  • What types of Non-Surgical Facelift does the medical clinic provide?
  • How much does Non-Surgical Facelift cost around Malaysia?

We compiled Malaysia clinics and doctors that are licensed by the ministry of health Malaysia and verified by Erufu Care Team.

  • 79 total clinics providing Non-Surgical Facelift
  • Average rating 4.5 over 5
  • 3852 verified reviews

Are you considering travelling to Malaysia for a medical treatment? Malaysia is one of the few countries where medical tourism is supported by the government, so you can be assured of the quality, safety standards and medical regulations adhered to here.

Medical treatments in Malaysia are known for its affordability. Flight, accommodation, treatment, and a trip round the city usually cost less than the medical treatment price in the US or Europe.

Medical tourism in Malaysia is also very easily accessible, with English widely spoken here, and you can usually stay in Malaysia for 90 days for a medical treatment without a visa (check with the Malaysian Embassy in your country to confirm your travel documents status and validity). This is also why almost 1 million healthcare travellers have visited Malaysia every year.

The weather in Malaysia is tropical and humid, so you can prepare for hot weather and occasional rain.

The easiest way to get to Malaysia is by plane, with international airports available at Kuala Lumpur (KLIA/KLIA2) and Subang Jaya (SZB). Regional airports are in Kota Kinabalu (Sabah), Kuching (Sarawak), Penang, Melaka, Langkawi and Johor Bahru.

Getting around in Malaysia is easy as there are taxis and ride hailing services (Grab) available, and subways/transits in city centres of Kuala Lumpur and Selangor. The currency used in Malaysia is MYR (RM).

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Just click into any clinics to view treatment options and price guides, read reviews from patients, see photos, or even send a message to the clinic. The clinics below are sorted in no particular order.

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