|Place of Origin:||China|
|Brand Name:||Simo Better Thread|
|Model Number:||micro cannulas|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1 bag|
|Price:||USD 0.6-6.7 per piece|
|Packaging Details:||EO Gas Sterilezation|
|Delivery Time:||5-7 work days|
|Payment Terms:||Western Union, PayPal|
|Application:||Face Lifting, Body Contour||Feature:||Skin Tightening, Skin Rejuvenation|
|Product Name:||Cog For Face Lift||Material:||Polycaprolacton Thread|
|Type:||Mono, Mono Screw, Tonordo Screw, Cog Thread||Needle:||Sharp Needle, L Needle, Blunt Needle|
|Function:||Remove Wrinkle, Anti-wrinkle,face Shaping||Usage:||Skin Care Treatments,Face And Body|
|Needle Size:||19-30G||Needle Length:||25-150mm|
|Duration:||9~18 Months||Storage:||Room Temperature|
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As you grow older, your body’s collagen production slows down, which in turn causes your skin to loosen and develop wrinkles. These are especially noticeable in the facial area, which can make you look less attractive to your peers. Thanks to medical research, a non-surgical face lifting solution has been developed with long-term effects and little to no downtime – thread lifts.
What are Thread Lifts?
A thread lift is a non-surgical, minimally invasive procedure where temporary sutures (or “threads”) are inserted under the skin to create a tightening effect or “lift” on the skin tissue. Unlike facelift surgery, where the surgeon directly cuts off the loose skin, thread lifts elevate the loose skin by stitching parts of it together. This gives the skin a tighter, firmer look by pulling back the skin.
|Sharp tip needle||L half tip needle||W blunt tip cannula|
|It has the least resistance, but has a larger wound surface and is prone to bruising, redness and swelling.||It is less harmful to the skin, easy to enter the needle, the needle resistance is samll.||It caused the least damage to the skin tissue and great resistance to needle insertion.|
Thread lifts also lead to a large amount of collagen to the target skin are and stimulates an increase in its production. Collagen is the main structural protein of the skin and is responsible for a lot of factors that keep the skin looking young, firm, thick and strong. The increase in collagen production rejuvenates the skin and gives it a younger look. It is also used by the body for healing wounds and helps strengthen the form of the skin. This is one of the main reasons that wrinkles and loose skin develop as we get older. The skin grows weaker which in turn makes it harder to support the tissues underneath. Gravity pulls the skin downwards and creates loose skin. Thread lifts help prevent this event from progressing further and would give a lifting effect that lasts for a long time.
A good candidate for the procedure is someone who:
Have had the same procedure before and whose effects are starting to wear off
Thread lifts have long-lasting effects but are not permanent. If you have had face threading before, it is standard to undergo it again after 1 or 2 years to keep your skin tight and firm.
Has minimal signs of aging
Thread lifts are recommended if the patient has only a slightly saggy or droopy skin in the neck, cheeks, jowls, or brows. The procedure is a good choice for men and women aged 40 to 60 years old.
Desires a more youthful, rejuvenated look
If you work in entertainment, the media or another industry where your looks are important, then thread lifts are a great option for you. Not only does it give your face a more youthful appearance, but the procedure also has almost no downtime and you can resume work in just a few days.
How is the procedure performed? Is it painful?
Absorbable thread lifting is performed under local anesthesia as a walk-in walk-out procedure in under 60 minutes. Most patients tolerate the procedure really well and are often surprised how quick and easy it is to have it done. Threads are inserted deep under the skin using fine needles and there is no cutting or stitching involved. Threads are not visible on the skin’s outer surface.
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