I'd never ever think about doing a thing like lifting nor anything else (and I jiggle a lot). It's the way I am. And I accept it, more: I am proud of it and I want others to accept it as well. I'd never have a face lift either. There is no need to look younger than I am (58). That's what I consider self-confidence to be.
The whole problem boils down to being worried about what we think other people might think. (John said that somewhere, I believe). It's not living, it's being lived by others. My advise: it's not worth the money, not to speak about the risks (face lifts sometimes end up worse than before).