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Relive the yesteryears

with the Mulan Lift

It is inevitable that with age, pollution, gravity & lifestyle, our skin and facial features start to change and not for the better.

Skin may start to become rough and saggy and develop spots due to factors like photoaging and normal aging. Changes also occur under the surface of the skin.

  • Loss of fat below the skin in the cheeks, temples, chin, nose and eye area, resulting in loosening skin, sunken eyes and an unhealthy ‘boney’ appearance.
  • Loss in cartilage in the nose causes drooping of the nasal tip and accentuation of unflattering bony structures in the nose

If you notice that your upper eyelids have started drooping and even the corners of your eyes have turned downwards due to the loss of fat, fear not as we now have a treatment to regain the same kind of glint & sharpness in your facial features as years before.

Mulan Lift is a modified threadlift technique developed specially by Goken Aesthetics Practice to restore the sharpness in your features especially in the cheek & eye area. The whole protocol takes only 20 minutes and there is no downtime required.


What is the Mulan Lift?
Mulan Lift is a modified threadlift technique to create volume and lift in the eye and upper facial area. This subtle lift technique reshapes the face, creating a more V-shaped look.
How long does the protocol take?
Mulan Lift takes only an average of 20 mins and it can easily be done during lunch hour.
Is the treatment painful? Is there any downtime?
Patients have the option of using local anesthetic during treatment and should experience minimal discomfort if any. There are no obvious marks shown after treatment and some patients may experience some tightness in the threaded area.
How much does the Mulan Lift cost?
The Mulan Lift treatment starts from S$1500

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277 South Bridge Road, Singapore 058826

Monday – Friday: 11am – 8pm

Saturday: 11am – 3pm

Sunday and public holiday: Closed


(65) 8780 8277




Goken Aesthetics Practice