Threads properties

When discussing “threads for skin,” it likely refers to a cosmetic procedure called thread lifting or thread rejuvenation. Thread lifting is a non-surgical technique used to lift and tighten the skin, providing a more youthful appearance.

During a thread lifting procedure, fine, biodegradable threads are inserted into the skin through small incisions or needle punctures. These threads are typically made of materials like polydioxanone (PDO) or polylactic acid (PLA). Once inserted, the threads are gently pulled to lift sagging skin and stimulate collagen production.

The threads used in thread lifting have several effects on the skin:

Immediate lifting: The threads provide an immediate lifting effect by physically elevating the skin.

Collagen stimulation: Over time, the threads stimulate the production of collagen, a protein that provides structure and elasticity to the skin. Increased collagen can improve skin tone and texture.

Skin rejuvenation: The threads promote cellular renewal and can lead to improved skin quality, including reduced fine lines and wrinkles.

Biodegradation: The threads gradually dissolve over time, usually within several months to a year, depending on the material used. As the threads break down, they stimulate the body’s natural healing response.

Thread lifting is commonly used to address sagging skin in areas such as the face, neck, and jawline. The procedure is minimally invasive compared to surgical facelifts and often requires less downtime and recovery. However, it’s important to consult with a qualified medical professional or dermatologist to determine if thread lifting is suitable for your specific needs and to discuss potential risks and benefits.