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Cosmetic threading has everyone talking!

From blasting cellulite to restoring the “plump” in cheeks, cosmetic threads are a breakthrough in the aesthetic industry. Youth restored from head to toe is something people talk about. Don’t take our word for it, see what people are saying about cosmetic threads...

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11/2017

FDA reports on the danger of Injectable Silicone Fillers

Are you considering a procedure to shape or increase the size of certain parts of your body? Beware of using injectable silicone for body contouring, or any other unapproved products to achieve your goals.

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03/2017

Express: Before and After pictures of a Thread Lift

What is a thread lift? Before and after snaps show anti-ageing treatment. COULD thread-lifting be the easiest answer yet to keep you looking your best more naturally?

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03/2017

Cosmetic Thread Market Expected to Exhibit Steady Growth

Cosmetic threads resemble medical sutures that are injected under the skin using needles to rejuvenate and lift the skin. Cosmetic tread lifting provides alternative to surgical facelift...

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02/2017

Express: Fast Track your Facelift

FACELIFTS used to involve lengthy invasive surgery and months of painful recovery time. However, times have changed and now there are fast-track options available, from 60-minute lunchtime lifts for early signs of ageing to thread lifts that treat loose or sagging skin. 

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11/2016

Cosmetic Injectables & Thread Lifting Explained

Many of us would like to tweak the effects of time on our faces. Yet, cosmetic surgery might be too radical – or not yet necessary. Thankfully, science in the field of facial rejuvenation has grown by leaps and bounds over the last decade, and cosmetic injectables have been developed into a fine art.

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New Beauty
07/2016

New Beauty: Is the Noninvasive “thread lift” the new facelift?

There’s a new (or newish) option for lifting and tightening sagging facial skin without going under the knife. Late last year, the FDA approved a new variation of a once-popular procedure, called a thread lift, making the use of temporary, absorbable sutures a viable option for those who want to achieve similar results of a traditional facelift without the surgery or downtime.

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