The Most Effective Non-Surgical Brow Lifting with 2 Threads Technique

August 2, 2018

A brow lift, also commonly called a forehead lift, rejuvenates the face above the eyes to restore a more refreshed appearance that better reflects a patient’s natural vibrance. Surgically, by removing excess sagging, skin on the forehead and repositioning the underlying muscles and tissues, a brow lift can correct a heavy, sagging brow, eliminate deep furrows, and restore a smoother, more youthful contour to the upper one-third of the face.


However, with the advancement in aesthetic procedures, more patients are opting for safer and cheaper alternatives that produces equivalent results. These procedures are non-surgical and involves lower risk and shortened recovery time. This week, IFAAS Faculty shares exclusive techniques on Non-surgical Brow Lifting with 2 PDO Threads. Exclusive Video as below: 



Why Non-surgical Brow Lift with PDO Threads? 


1. Immediate and effective results right after the procedure 

2. You can easily adjusting your lifting results by pulling the threads to certain degrees, and often achieve more drastic lifting results than any Botox treatment can achieve 

3 Short Down Time - Simple 15 mins procedure with almost no down time other than slight swelling for couple hours afterwards 




Learn more about the cutting-edge techniques and get the hands-on experience on real patients for Korean Advanced Non-Surgical Face Lifting by registering for:



August 4-5, 2018: Los Angeles, California   



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IFAAS's Hands-On Master Class: 

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



Aug 23-25, 2018: Seoul, South Korea   Program

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