How can I beautify my face? The aim of aesthetic procedures is to beautify the face.
Aesthetic medicine techniques are increasingly replacing surgical procedures for the treatment of the face. Treatment plans have evolved so much that it is now possible for an experienced doctor to completely transform a face.
Hyaluronic acid and botox injections are the mainstay of the treatment. In some indications, just a few syringes of the product are enough. However, depending on the patient's anatomy and the desired result, full-face treatments (where ten to twenty syringes are used) are possible.
Facial sublimation techniques owe a great deal to Brazilian plastic surgeon Mauricio di Maio, who designed the MD Codes and developed a new approach to the face.
Not all doctors offer this type of treatment, which requires a trained eye for the beauty and proportions of the face and perfect technical mastery.

Refining the face

Lip gloss effect


Jawline and Texas lift

Masculinisation of the face

Feminisation of the face

The 7/9 points shape

Liquid face lift

MD codes


Bee lift

The quest for beauty and rejuvenation is a constant preoccupation for many of us. Aesthetic medicine today offers advanced solutions for beautifying and sublimating the face, enabling everyone to reveal their best features without resorting to major surgery. Thanks to modern techniques and innovative products, it is possible to achieve natural, harmonious results, improving self-confidence and general well-being.

Most facial aesthetic treatments are non-invasive or minimally invasive, which means that recovery time is generally short. For example, botulinum toxin or hyaluronic acid injections do not require downtime, while treatments such as lasers or medium and deep chemical peels may require a few days' social avoidance.

Results vary depending on the treatment. Botulinum toxin injections generally last five to six months, while hyaluronic acid injections can last ten to twelve months. The effects of tensor threads can last up to two years, and the results of chemical peels need to be maintained with maintenance sessions.

There is no one face shape that is universally considered to be the most beautiful, as perceptions of beauty are subjective and vary according to culture and individual preferences. However, the oval face is often cited as the ideal shape.

Analysing a face involves examining its proportions and distinctive features:

  • Symmetry.
  • Proportions balance between the different parts of the face.
  • Specific features The size of the eyes, the shape of the nose, the fullness of the lips...
  • Skin texture general condition of the skin, presence of wrinkles, imperfections or scars.

The beauty of a face is subjective, but certain criteria can help:

  • Symmetry Symmetrical faces (although there is no such thing as perfect symmetry) are often perceived as more attractive.
  • Proportions A good balance between the different parts of the face.
  • Skin Smooth, blemish-free skin is often an indicator of beauty.
  • Expressions A natural smile and warm expressions can make a face more beautiful.

Anyone wishing to improve the harmony and morphology of their face can benefit from aesthetic medicine techniques. Treatments are tailored to individual needs, whether to reduce wrinkles, restore volume, treat imperfections or refresh the skin.

It is essential to consult a qualified aesthetic medicine professional to assess your needs and discuss your goals. The doctor will be able to recommend the most appropriate treatments based on your morphology, aesthetic concerns and expectations, ensuring optimal and satisfactory results.

To find out the shape of your face, you can:

  • Measure the width of your forehead from temple to temple.
  • Measure the width of your cheekbones At the widest part of your face.
  • Measure the width of your jaw from one corner of the jaw to the other.
  • Measure the length of your face From the top of the forehead to the bottom of the chin.

Compare these measures:

  • If your face is longer than it is wide, with rounded contours, it is probably oval.
  • If your face is as wide as it is long, it could be round.
  • If your jaw is the widest part, you may have a square or rectangular face.

The most attractive face shape depends on individual preferences, but the oval face is often considered ideal because of its balance and harmonious proportions.

A beautiful face is often characterised by :

  • Symmetry
  • Balanced proportions
  • Healthy skin
  • Defined features

The "perfect face" is often measured using the golden ratio (1.618). To calculate this ratio:

  • Measure the length of your face: from the top of your forehead to the bottom of your chin.
  • Divide this measurement by the width of the face (taken at cheekbone height): if the ratio is close to 1.618, the face is considered harmonious according to the principles of the golden ratio.

The faces that age best often have the following characteristics:

  • Good bone structure.
  • Thick, elastic skin: which means fewer wrinkles and less sagging.
  • Good hydration: well-moisturised skin regularly maintained by home care and beauty treatments.

A harmonious face is characterised by :

  • Symmetry: the two sides of the face are similar, there is no such thing as symmetry.
  • Balanced proportions: good relationship between the different parts of the face, ideally respecting the perfect proportion given by the PHI golden ratio.
  • Well-defined lines: clear, balanced contours.

The main proportions of a face refer to :

  • Golden ratio: ideally 1.618 between the length and width of the face. This perfect proportion also exists between the elements of the face.
  • Three equal sections: from the hairline to the eyebrows, from the eyebrows to the base of the nose, and from the base of the nose to the chin.
  • Horizontal symmetry: the width of the eyes must be equal to the distance between them.

Fine lines are generally defined by :

  • Delicate contours
  • Soft lines.
  • Subtle features: a small nose, delicate lips and chin.

Which face shape is prettiest is subjective, but oval faces are often considered the most attractive because of their balanced proportions.

The face can be refined:

  • With weight loss: loss of fat around the cheeks and chin.
  • With age: the fullness of the skin diminishes.
  • Aesthetic treatments: an experienced aesthetic doctor can refine the face, but in some cases cosmetic surgery is necessary.

An oval face is characterised by :

  • Longer than it is wide: face is longer than it is wide.
  • Rounded contours: no pronounced angular lines.
  • Balanced proportions: forehead slightly wider than jaw, with dominant cheekbones.

The perception of beauty is subjective and influenced by various factors:

  • Self-perception: lack of self-confidence.
  • Comparison with beauty standards: media and social networks.
  • Skin or cosmetic problems