WTF is Threadlift Yarn Cultivation, Benefits and Risks?

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WTF is Threadlift Yarn Cultivation, Benefits and Risks?

WTF IS THIS THREADLIFT YARN CULTIVATION?

Today’s beauty world offers many alternative treatments ranging from botox, filler to planting yarn that has been popularized in Korea since 2002. It’s not only women who love the treatment of yarn planting.  Men also don’t want to miss out on threadlift. The reason is because the yarn cultivation procedure does not take long.  So generally it only takes about an hour. In addition, the price of planting yarn is also cheaper than filler and botox.

Plus, the results are better at eliminating wrinkles, tightening sagging skin, removing eye bags and at the nose. Another big advantage of this thread cropping treatment is the effects last one to two years!  But other treatments such as filler and botox only last seven to eight months. So don’t be surprised if you soon notice many more women and men going with threadlift.

WHAT IS THREAD PLANTING TREATMENT?

The method of planting thread or threadlift is a technique that stimulates the formation of collagen in the face by implanting the yarn into the tissue around the skin. It sounds creepy, but this treatment is considered safer than liposuction, provided it is done by experts, such as a real doctor.  It’s common for the face to be slightly bruised and/or swollen after the tread insertion.  But your skin returns to normal after a few days.
But threadlift is still a hot topic in the medical community.  Some say its effect is only temporary at best.  And others say that there are serious negative side effects to your skin.  This is a procedure where a foreign object enters your skin.  So if done by an amateur, nerves can be pierced, blood vessels damaged.  That means inflammation and even swelling could occur.  An amateur may also leave your face asymmetrical, which you really don’t want.  So use a professional!

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GO TO A PROFESSIONAL, KNOW YOUR OPTIONS

There are a variety of different threadlifts.  Each choice has a different impact for different needs.  But not to worry, if you go to a professional you’ll get the right and safe result.  The thread is a type of polydixanone, which means it will dissolve naturally in your skin.  It takes six to 8 months for full absorption, but the benefits last up to 24 months.  Obviously, pregnant women are not allowed to do threadlift.  It involves anesthesia, which is a big no no for pregnant women.  So that also means you can’t use it if you’re breastfeeding, as the anesthetic could pass on in your milk.
So if you choose to try this threadlift yarn cultivation, make sure you are fully informed of the risks involved.  The results are amazing.  Just be sure to go to a real specialist!

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