Welcome to the PangPang Clinic, where we specialize in thread lifting, a non-surgical facelift that’s gaining popularity for its minimal downtime and immediate results. We understand that the world of thread lifting can be a bit confusing, especially with the variety of thread types available. But don’t worry, we’re here to help you navigate through it. The names you often hear are simply brand names, and we’re going to break it down for you.
If you search for thread lift, you will see so many different thread types that it is overwhelming
The Threads of Beauty
Our very own Director Dr.Seo Kang Yeol is here to introduce you to the different types of threads used in thread lifting. Instead of memorizing all the different names, it’s easier to understand threads by their function.
The cog thread is the most representative and commonly used thread in thread lifting. It’s like the star player of the team. The cog thread works by having many thorns that enter the skin and pull the skin by biting the tissue. It’s like a little army of skin lifters working together to give you that youthful lift.
Next up, we have the mono thread. This thread is responsible for skin elasticity and can reduce muscle size or remove fat depending on how it’s inserted. It’s like your personal trainer, helping your skin stay firm and toned.
Last but not least, we have the volume thread. This thread fills up areas that are a bit sunken or lacking in flesh. If you’ve heard of threads like Caven thread and Octo Twist, they fall under this category. They’re like the filler of the team, adding volume where it’s needed.
Threads in Real Life
Now that we’ve covered the basics, let’s take a look at what these threads look like in real life. Here are examples of cog threads, mono threads, and volume threads.
For more information on the variety of thread names, check out our YouTube video. And if you have any further questions, don’t hesitate to request a consultation on the PangPang Clinic KakaoTalk. We’re here to help you understand and make the best decision for your beauty needs.
This blog post was brought to you by the team at PangPang Clinic, with information provided by Director Dr.Seo Kang Yeol. We’re dedicated to providing you with the best and most accurate information on thread lift. Stay tuned for more informative posts!