Thread lifts used to involve surgery and became associated with undesirable side effects such as infections and thread breakage. However, the thread lift procedure has radically changed. Most thread lifting procedures today are non-invasive. While there are many different types of thread lifts, such as Silhouette Soft, the PDO thread lift is amongst the most popular today. The threads are made in South Korea, and is one of the most commonly performed skin lifting procedures today. What is the PDO Thread Lift? The PDO Thread Lift is a treatment which lifts and tightens sagging skin tissue, using threads made of Polydioxanone (PDO). The threads introduces them into the deeper layers of the skin. Once introduced, the threads produce 3 effects in the skin: Instant Skin Lifting through mechanical effects Cellular Renewel, through Collagen stimulation, and neovascularisation to improve skin texture, fine lines and elasticity Skin Tightening, by contracting fat tissue About 6 months after the procedure, the PDO
MICC Injection Methionine Inositol Choline Cyanocobalamin (MICC) Injections, also referred to as Lipo Injections, are used to help release fat throughout the body by specifically targeting its primary fatty deposits. Lipotropic, or fat burning substances include: inositol, which helps the liver remove fat; choline, which distributes cholesterol and prevents it from getting deposited in one part of the body; and methionine, which is similar to inositol, but also amplifies the combination. Injections can be administered up to twice a week, and vitamin B-12 is purported by practitioners and users to help accelerate metabolic processes, while creating a greater feeling of overall energy. Since lipotropics directly aid in the breakdown of fatty tissue, and are also closely related to B vitamins, when used together, they are thought to intensify each others' effects and are usually injected together as part of the same treatment injection cycle. How MICC Injections Work The amino
What is PRP? It is a natural product created when our blood is spun down and separated in a centrifuge. It has been used clinically for skin wound healing for over a decade, and is now available for facial rejuvenation. It is safe and effective on all skin types and colors and there is little to no risk of allergic reaction because it is comprised of material from our own bodies. It has been found to be a very effective, minimally invasive anti-aging procedure.   How does it help? When injected into our face the growth factors add volume while simultaneously stimulating regeneration of our own collagen. Wrinkles are softened and overall texture and tone is often improved. It can also be used in combination with microneedling, microdermabrasion, and hyaluronic acid fillers such as juvederm.   What to expect before during and after: After a consult to determine the client

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