Take years off your ears with the ‘Ear-tox’ ear lift. 


How to treat sagging, wrinkled earlobes for a prettier, more youthful look. 

Sagging, enlarged and wrinkled earlobes can give away your age. Now a new anti-ageing procedure dubbed ‘ear-tox’ can volumise and rejuvenate your ears to give you a fresher, younger, look.

Ageing, loss of collagen in the skin, and regularly wearing heavy earrings can all make earlobes appear long, thin, withered and saggy.

The solution? Tiny injections of dermal fillers into the lobes will plump them up, instantly making the ears look smaller, fuller and more youthful. Wrinkles are smoothed out and skin appears tauter and younger.

Volumising the lobe may also make ugly, enlarged holes or splits from earrings appear smaller.

With firmer, plumper ear lobes, your earrings will no longer drag your ears down, or look as if they are falling out. Your ears will look younger even without earrings, and you will be able to wear your hair up with renewed confidence.


Ear rejuvenation is a lunchtime procedure which uses the same type of fillers as are used to treat wrinkles and to plump lips. The fillers normally consist of a type of hyaluronic acid, which is a natural component of healthy, youthful skin. This means these fillers are safe and very unlikely to cause any kind of reaction.

You may be offered a local anaesthetic or ice before your treatment to numb the lobes and ensure you only feel a mild stinging sensation from the injection.

Ear-tox earlobe rejuvenation using dermal fillers takes around 20minutes and costs from £150. It lasts from six months to a year depending on your age, lifestyle and how much filler has been injected.

Side effects are normally limited to a little swelling that usually disappears after 24hours. Some minor bruising is also possible, but can be covered with make up.

Why live with ageing lobes when you could have prettier ears in just minutes? To find a practitioner in your area offering ear-tox ear rejuvenation with dermal fillers right now click here >

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