As our skin ages, environmental and genetic factors can cause it to lose elasticity and develop wrinkles, sagging, and deep lines. To counteract these effects, the French Face Lift was created as a way to rejuvenate the appearance of the face. This technique involves reshaping the facial lines and oval, lifting low eyebrows, softening lip and nose lines, and firming the neck and chin area.
The technique of the French Face Lift is a well-known and popular procedure which uses a rope strap technology that is advanced and was developed in France. Using polyester and silicone straps which are flexible and strong, a dynamic suspension feature is created that reduces the risk of breakage. This non-surgical procedure is a great option for those looking to achieve noticeable results without the need for incisions or anesthesia.
What is the Difference Between a French Lift and Other Thread Techniques?
With an average lifespan of 5 years, the threads used in the French Face Lift are known for their longevity. The French Lift uses threads with more and stronger serrations than other types of threads, resulting in a stronger pull and stretch in the treated area. As they are permanent, they can be retightened even years after the initial application.
Who is the French Lift Made for?
Anyone between the ages of 30 and 65, who wants to achieve a more youthful appearance can get the French Face Lift. Men and women are choosing it as it is a non-invasive procedure that lifts sagging skin, resulting in a more youthful and refreshed look.
What Should Be Considered Afterwards?
After undergoing the French Face Lift, a cold compress can be applied to the treated area for relief. It is important to avoid exposure to sunlight and minimize facial movements for the first day following the procedure. To minimize discomfort, it is also recommended to avoid actions that may strain the face, such as yawning and excessive laughing.
Who Should Not Have a French Lift?
The French Face Lift is not recommended for individuals with medical conditions that affect the immune system, such as connective tissue disorders, Hashimoto's thyroiditis, use of immunosuppressive drugs, diabetes, or active infections.
Does a French Lift Cause Allergies?
There are rare risks associated with the French Face Lift which can include infections, dimpling of the skin, and allergic reactions.
How Long Does a French Lift Last?
The French Face Lift uses flexible threads that can stretch with facial movements without causing any loss of expression. It provides long-lasting results, with an average lifespan of 4 to 6 years. This procedure allows you to improve your appearance and look 10 to 15 years younger by eliminating signs of fatigue and unhappiness from your face.
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