<Insights> Non-Surgical Eye bag Removal by Dr Han-Jin Kwon - Part 3: Super Tornado Thread

January 25, 2018

IFAAS has published 2 articles on Non-Surgical Eye Bag Removal by Dr Han-Jin Kwon - Part 1 and Part 2 in the past 2 weeks. It was mentioned that patients of all age groups are troubled by their eye-bags but not all are prepared to take the risks of surgery.

 

Today, IFAAS will be introducing the third and last Non-Surgical Eye Bag Removal technique - Super Tornado Thread Lifting that is used along side Radio Frequency (RF) Cannula non-surgical eye bag removal and PDO Powder Filler.

 

The Super Tornado Thread for Eye-bag removal is an advanced technique which started out in South Korea and has seen rising popularity in Asia. IFAAS Faculty Dr Han-Jin Kwon will be explaining what the Super Tornado Thread can offer you and your patients, and what makes it amazing.

 

Watch how the Non-Surgical Eye bag Removal via Super Tornado Thread is performed by IFAAS Faculty Dr Han-Jin Kwon in our exclusive video below

 

 

 

What is Super Tornado Thread?

It is the latest and revolutionary treatment for skin tightening and lifting. The Super Tornado threads are very thin and fine, made of absorbable materials so that it would be naturally absorbed into the skin to stimulate the collagen reproduction.

 

How does it work?

The Super Tornado Thread induces a healing effect by improving and creating treatment on the skin - eventually inducing the production of collagen under the skin, improving the overall quality and elasticity of the eye bag area.

 

After being inserted under the skin (eye bag in this case), it acts as a "scaffold" for the skin to "hold" against the effects of gravity. These threads are therefore able to shape the face by lifting and supporting sagging structures.

 

Results?

It is absorbable and therefore will be reabsorbed into the body after 4-6 months time leaving nothing behind but the skin structure created which continues to hold for another 12-18 months.

 

Being non-invasive, it has a low downtime of 1 to 2 days and it only takes 20-30 minutes per procedure.

 

Benefits

- Non-invasive surgery

- Fast recovery

- Long-lasting effect

- No side effects

- Strong and durable

- Thread has very high initial tensile strength

- Safe

- No stitches required

 

Post-Treatment

Outcome can be seen after the procedure and collagen production will be produced continuously after the procedure and until a few weeks later. The patient would see their skin being tighter and lifted, with less visible wrinkles due to the Super Tornado Thread and collagen production (stimulated by the Super Tornado Thread).

 

Needle marks caused by lifting treatment will usually disappeared in 2~3 days.

 

To conclude, the Non-Surgical Eye bag Removal via Super Tornado Thread is a completely new, safe and reliable alternative to other conventional non-surgical eye-bag removal and surgical eye-bag removal.

 

 

Reference: http://www.ibeautymachine.com/professional/tornado-screw-pdo-thread-lift-whirlwind-v-lifting.html

 

 

Due to the overwhelming positive response to the Non-Surgical Eye-Bag Removal news articles, we will be showing you how Dr Kwon prepares the patient for the procedure using Lidocaine to numb the under eye area in the next week's article. Stay tuned! 

Learn more about the cutting-edge techniques and get the real hands-on experience of Korean's latest aesthetic medicine trends by registering for: 

 

 

IFAAS's Hands-On Master Class: 

Korean Advanced Non-Surgical Face Lifting Using Aesthetic Injectables, Devices & Thread Lifting

 

  • Jan 27-28, 2018: Fort Lee, New Jersey, United States   Program (1 seat left!)

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  • March 24-25, 2018:  Los Angeles, United States   Program 

  • Apr 19-21, 2018: Seoul, South Korea  Program

  • May 18-19, 2018: Munich, Germany  Program

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