PDO Threadding. Lunchtime Face & Neck Lift
Updated: Sep 2
A study published by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) confirms PDO thread lifts do work, stating thread lifts indisputably lift and shape facial soft tissues. Another study published by the NIH indicates this therapy yields around a 90 percent success rate.I'll be honest with you. When I feel better on the outside, I take better care of myself. That is why I plan on investing in thread lifting.
I've heard since I was a kid, being raised by a very beautiful mom, who was all about perfecting what she was born with, that a woman's neck is sure sign of her age. Now that I'm in my 60's I see exactly what my mom was referring too. I love fillers, botox and the best deep facials there is. My face does look radiant but my neck not so much. Making time to invest in some serious thread lifting is on the top of the list.
The only way to address problems caused by facial skin laxities such as jowls and drooping cheeks recently was facelift surgery. After all, while skin resurfacing treatments can help restore some firmness, only a scalpel can genuinely remove it once loose skin is present. However, while the approach of relying on injectable compounds and skin resurfacing until facelift surgery becomes necessary works for many patients, not everyone is willing or able to have surgery. If you're in this group, you'll be happy to know that a new type of procedure has been developed to fill the gap between noninvasive facial rejuvenation and facelift surgery: The "thread lift."