Nose Job

(Liquid Rhinoplasty)

Immediate results with no surgical 


Success Stories

Results Before & After Treatment

Disclaimer notice: All results and benefits differ for each individual, pictures and text are posted with person’s consent before and after the treatment.


“I did vampire face lift and pdo thread lift . It’s incredible how such amazing results can be achieved I am thrilled and look 15 years younger, Lilyanna Marks is in a category of her own excelling and standing out from the crowd.” *

5 Stars Review

Elizabeth T.

“Wow, I never expected such amazing results with NON SURGICAL nose job. I though I would need to have nose surgery to have the nose I have now – beautiful, straight nose. I don’t know how to thank you Lilyanna – you are wonderful.” *

5 Stars Review

Jessie Brown

“I would highly recommend Lilyanna and the rest of the Harley Elite Group medical professionals from choosing the best procedure to achieve my desired look and a pain free procedure to a post treatment advice and aftercare.” *

5 Stars Review
Questions & Answers

Non-Surgical Nose (Liquid Rhinoplasty)  involves removing small bumps by adding volume to the nose without the need for surgical intervention. Fillers are injected into the required areas, making subtle yet noticeable changes to the nose.

A Non-Surgical Nose Job could be extremely beneficial to people with:

  • A flat bridge – dermal fillers can be used to create an increase in height.
  • Slightly crooked or off-centre nose.
  • To camouflage a bump or hook on the bridge of the nose.
  • To balance the size of the nose in comparison with other facial features.
  • To refine an asymmetrical nose.
  • To refine the nasal tip.
  • To refine the nose shape or size following surgical rhinoplasty or trauma.
  • To achieve improvement in other minor concerns regarding the nose.

The procedure makes the treated area smooth and improves the overall shape of the nose immediately. Results will typically last up to 18 months. 

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