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      Thread Lift

      A thread lifting is a minimally invasive injection technique

      The procedure designed to lift and tighten sagging skin on the face and neck.

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      Thread lifts compared to some of the more invasive cosmetic procedures is performed under local anesthesia

      Thread lifting non-surgical procedure

      allows you to realize 2 important effects: reduction of the skin flap and lifting of soft tissues

      Indications for thread lift are:

      Thread lift is used on the face, neck, décolleté area and body

      • Facial lifting: The threads are strategically placed to lift and tighten sagging skin, improving the contours of the face and restoring a more youthful appearance. Common areas for thread lifts include the cheeks, jowls, eyebrows, and neck.
      • Collagen stimulation: threads within the skin stimulate the production of collagen, a protein that provides structure and elasticity to the skin. That helps to improve skin texture, tone, and firmness over time.
      • Eyebrow thread lift: helps lift sagging or furrowed eyebrows and tightens your skin
      • Neck thread lift: helps remove loosening of the skin on the neck
      • Nose thread lift:  helps to straighten or slim your nose. In some cases, may be combined with dermal fillers.
      • Fat deposits, sagging skin under the chin;
      • Sagging skin on the knees, thighs and other parts of the body.

      How long does a thread lift last?

      Results from a thread lift are temporary, lasting from one to three years. Over time, the threads dissolve, and your body absorbs them. If you like your results, you can have another thread lift procedure.

      The recovery period after a thread lift is generally shorter and less involved compared to traditional surgical procedures

      Potential side effects: While thread lifts are generally considered safe, there can be some temporary side effects such as bruising, swelling, or mild discomfort. It’s important to follow post-procedure instructions provided by the practitioner to minimize any potential risks.

      As with any cosmetic procedure, it is crucial to consult with a qualified and experienced medical professional who can assess your individual needs, discuss the potential risks and benefits, and determine if a thread lift is suitable for you.

      Collagen boost: Stimulate your skin’s natural collagen production for long-lasting radiance.


      • Minimally invasive Thread lifts are performed under local anesthesia, and only require small puctions, resulting in minimal scarring and downtime compared to surgical facelifts.
      • Immediate effect The lifting effect from the threads can be noticed immediately after the procedure, but the full results become more apparent as the collagen production increases in the following months.
      • Eco-friendly materials We use self-absorbable threads made of biocompatible components and polypropylene (surgical suture material)
      • Relatively painless Сan be performed under local, rather than general anesthesia, meaning that thread lift patients can drive themselves home and look after themselves immediately after having their procedure


      Thread Lifting

      • MINT Threads Local area lifting

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