innovative non-surgical facial lift

With PDO threads a hot topic for discussion at the moment, we understand it may still be unclear what they are and how they actually work towards lifting and rejuvenating skin. We explain why they are used and how they work when used in our specialist non invasive thread lift procedure. LACELIFTWhat are PDO Threads? PDO Threads are very fine, needle special dissolvable threads made of Polydioxanone. They have a very effective anti ageing dual effect – the first is to lift sagging skin when inserted tactically via small injections. The second is to kick start your skin to naturally produce skin boosting elements Collagen, Elastin and Hyaluronic Acid, leaving your skin rejuvenated and renewed. This means that whilst the procedure gives instant lifting results, you will continue to see improvement in your skin tone and general condition as the PDO Threads continue to work. How are they inserted into the skin? The threads are skilfully inserted through very small injections into specific areas of the face, neck and décolletage. What results will I see and how quickly will I see them? Our PDO Thread Lift procedure will leave an instantaneous lifting effect, firming areas that appeared saggy or droopy straight away. The PDO threads will then start to encourage the skin to renew and replenish itself, so you will see your skin’s condition improve as time goes on following the procedure. Are PDO Threads permanent? No, the PDO Threads inserted during the procedure are designed to dissolve naturally once new tissue has been generated. The results can last up to 36 months. For more information about the treatments, click here or book a consultation  today with one of our highly experienced Treatment Coordinators.
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