What Facial Aestheticians Should Know About a PDO Thread Lift Course

The effects of gravity become more apparent as we age. Don’t believe me? Our aging, saggy face is all the proof you need. Look at any person who’s hit the 40s and you’ll get what I’m giving a sermon about.

Well, of course, for most people this happens because their facial support structure deteriorates and they lose facial fat as they age. So let’s just not blame gravity for something as natural as aging.

The most affected areas are our eyebrows, jowls, cheeks, the area surrounding our eyes and the neck. And as a result, people end up with an older-looking, square face.

In the older days, for someone who’d been looking into getting a younger-looking, more youthful and contoured face, a surgical treatment would have been the only option. But surgical treatments come with their own sets of undesired side-effects, for instance, skin infections.

But today, we have several non-surgical face-lift treatments, the most popular and feasible being a PDO thread lift. Over the past few years, there has been a great surge in the availability of non-surgical facial aesthetic treatments. And given the advancements in medical science, these treatments get you the best of results without the ill-effects of surgery.

Getting back to the topic for today, which is cPDO thread lifting, let’s know more about it and also how facial aestheticians can make the best use of this non-surgical facelift threading, which is, of course, by undergoing a thread lift facelift training.

So what exactly is a PDO thread lift?

It’s a non-surgical facial aesthetic treatment, an effective cosmetic procedure that lifts your sagging skin tissues and tightens it with the help of threads and the induction of collagen production. These threads, which are made of Polydioxanone, are fine and absorbable and are implanted into our skin’s subcutaneous layer. Targeted specifically onto the facial areas to be treated, what these threads do is that they cause micro-injuries which causes our skin tissues to contract and simultaneously promote the production of collagen.

This thread facelift procedure basically causes 3 things to happen.

• Firstly, it lifts the skin instantly

• Secondly, skin texture and elasticity improve because of the collagen production

• And lastly, we get a firm skin

The procedure is not only minimally invasive but also a short one, taking only as long as 30-45 minutes, with its effect lasting for up to 3 years. And the best thing, after about 6 months, the threads are absorbed by our body.

While seemingly simple, it’s not a procedure which one can master without any professional training. So to all the aspiring facial aestheticians, it’s about time you start looking out for a PDO thread lift course around you.

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