Do you ever wonder if there are any safe, and non-surgical ways to improve your skin laxity problems–such as jowls and drooping cheeks?
Traditional procedures for facial rejuvenation have multiple disadvantages including long downtime and there are risks with surgery. But recently, there is an innovative procedure that was developed to fill in the gap between noninvasive facial rejuvenation and facelift surgery – the thread lift.
Restylane Dermal Filler is another brand of anti-aging product available in REV Aesthetics. It’s also FDA-approved and basically just the same in terms of composition with Juvederm. It’s a non-animal, biodegradable gel made of hyaluronic acid (HA).
It’s anti-aging benefits are basically just the same as Juvederm. It’s procedure is also minimally invasive where results are seen and felt right away. The only difference between the 2 brands is the texture.
Juvederm is smooth while Restylane is cohesive and granular in nature. Both have unique application purposes. Restylane’s cohesiveness is suitable to treat sunken areas of the face. It’s also moldable to create contours and shapes. Juvederm’s smoothness, on the other hand, is more suitable to treat wrinkles and fine lines. Depending on your skin aging problems, REV Aesthetics’s aesthetician would recommend either brand to achieve great results tailored according to your case.
This is perfect for individuals who are looking for a minimally invasive facial rejuvenation procedure and improve loose skin. It has a short downtime, and lasts up to 2 years with a suggested 6 months of touch-ups.
Ideal candidates are:
• Men and women in their late thirties to early fifties
• Facelift alternative for older patients who are unable to have surgery for medical reasons
Benefits of PDO Threads Facelift:
• Tightens mild to moderately loose skin on the brows, jaws, leg, face, neck, or other areas of the body without surgery or scars
• Can provide a noticeable “lifting” effect
• Little to no downtime is needed
• Very low risk of adverse effects when performed by a qualified provider
• Treatments can be performed in-office, typically in 1 hour or less