Thread lifts are basically a non-surgical brow lift that involves inserting a tiny dissolvable thread into the face and pulling up the skin. This process allows a plastic surgeon or cosmetic dermatologist to “lift” different parts of your face and body, depending on where they insert them.
Why do people get Eyebrow thread lifts?
Over time, factors such as our lifestyle, environment, and even genetic makeup contribute to the development of various signs of aging on the brow and forehead.
Some of the most common of these aging symptoms include wrinkles and creases on the forehead, furrows between the eyebrows, drooping of the brow and upper eyelids, and loss of the brow’s natural arch. These things add many years to our faces, which explains the now growing popularity of getting Eyebrow thread lifts.
Luckily, we no longer have to undergo an invasive surgical facelift. An eyebrow thread lift, also known as a forehead lift, can often be a great solution for minimizing these aesthetic concerns and restoring a rejuvenated and revitalized facial appearance.
In fact, there is now a boom in non-surgical eyebrow lifts as people are more willing to pay for the more affordable nonsurgical procedure. The eyebrow thread lift is also a relatively easy chemical lift as a means to increase revenue in their practices.
They are willing to pay several hundred dollars for a non-surgical eyebrow lift that might make their face appear more open and youthful—especially if that youthful appearance can help them hold on to a job, or snag one if they are unemployed.
Eyebrow thread lift cost
People are doing minimally invasive things that they view as less expensive. If you look at how much it costs to get repeated non-surgical brow-lifts, it is more expensive over five years than a one-time surgical brow-lift.
However, people are thinking more about what a procedure will cost them now. In addition to being cheaper, chemical lifts require little recovery time and have fewer risks than surgical procedures.
People who get non-surgical brow-lifts tend to be those who want a brighter look to their eyes and a higher brow, but don’t want invasive surgery. They may not have a lot of skin to remove surgically, and they’re not sure they want the permanence of a surgical procedure. On the other hand, non-surgical brow-lifts are for younger, active patients who really don’t want a downtime period where they’re swollen and bruised.
Who can get a it?
With changing times, a physician must change the procedure offered to meet the patient’s demands. It’s not the procedure but the patient satisfaction that matters.
It is crucial for physicians to evaluate and make the patient understand what can and cannot be achieved with non-surgical methods to avoid dissatisfaction with results. This is why at Skin Club, we highly encourage initial consultations before any procedure. This allows us to know more about your goals so we can align every treatment to your needs.
How does it work?
When patients notice their eyelids are sagging, this is usually accompanied by drooping forehead and brows. This downward sliding skin causes the upper eyelid to look especially redundant and fold over the eye.
Usually & especially in men, the brow hairs are down at the level of the eyelashes and the brows block out their entire upper visual field. Simply raising the forehead without even touching the eyelids corrects most of the problem, and could significantly improve their visual angle.
These procedures have become an increasingly popular alternative to surgical facelifts in recent years. This highly effective treatment provides an immediate lifting of sagging skin with threads that dissolve over time. During the lifting process, this treatment helps to stimulate collagen production, tighten and rejuvenate the skin, and cause overall facial slimming.
The threads used during treatment are sutures inserted into the deeper layers of the skin. The aim of this treatment is to lift and tighten the skin from underneath. Threads may also be used for a non-surgical rhinoplasty to smooth the nose bump and lift the tip.
The threads themselves are made from a compound that undergoes hydrolysis and absorption in the body over time, with this process also stimulating the natural production of collagen.
In summary, this are a more affordable and less invasive way to treat sagging skin and have a younger look. For best results, find a reputable clinic with licensed doctors so you can also ensure your safety during and after the procedure.