RAINBOW THREAD PDO MONO | 29G/38/60 | PU 20pcs.
» PDO mono is a biodegradable resorbable thread recommended for facial reinforcement.
» Activate collagen synthesis, blood circulation and lymphatic drainage.
» Restore sagging skin, reduce dullness.
RAINBOW THREAD PDO MONO | 29G/38/60
RAINBOW PDO threads (mono type) - 1 bag (20 pieces)
29G/38/60 means outer diameter 29G, needle length 38mm, thread length 60mm
RAINBOW THREAD PDO MONO
PDO mono is a biodegradable, absorbable thread recommended for facial reinforcement.
Activates collagen synthesis, blood circulation and lymphatic drainage. Restores sagging skin, reduces dullness.
This pack consists of 20 threads.
Rainbow Thread PDO Mono is a non-surgical facelift treatment designed to tighten and contour facial structures. The mono-thread treatment offers the same benefits as a facelift without the need for surgical intervention. The minimally invasive procedure using dissolvable PDO threads is injected into the dermis to tighten and rejuvenate the skin. The threads are absorbed by the dermis and naturally broken down by the body over time.
The PDO thread has a healing effect under the skin, where it regenerates skin cells, increases the body's collagen production and improves blood circulation, which also provides ideal skin repair and increased elasticity. This achieves an immediately visible tightening and lifting effect.
After the thread lift treatment, there is a quick recovery time and no restriction in everyday life for the patient.
scope of delivery
The box consists of:
20 units (1 pouches x 20 pieces)
The pack contains:
29G x 38mm needle
Thread Length: 60mm
Seam sizes (USP): 6-0
Advantages of Rainbow Thread PDO Mono 27G/60/100:
Immediate lifting effect
Restores lost volume
Increasing the elasticity of the skin
Fast recovery time
Areas : cheeks, eyebrows, forehead, jawline and neck
How long do the results last?
Non-surgical treatment with Rainbow Threat PDO Mono lasts up to 24 months.
Please note that results will vary individually depending on the age of the patient at the time of treatment, the quality of the skin, the degree of skin sagging and the number of threads used.
Benefits and features of rainbow thread
Rainbow Thread is a new concept in premium lifting treatment with non-surgical skin tightening threads that effectively treat sagging skin and create a natural, fresher and younger-looking face.
Rainbow Thread come in PDO (Polydioxanone), PLLA (Ply L-Lactic Acid), and PCLA (Poly L-Lactide-co-ε-Caprolactone), which are biodegradable and absorbable threads that have been used for surgical sutures for 50 years will. The medical suture is designed to be inserted into the SMAS layers to tighten and lift the skin, which is suitable for patients with sagging or sagging skin.
As we age, skin tissue becomes thinner due to the breakdown of collagen and elastin fibers, resulting in sagging skin, deep wrinkles and fine lines. Rainbow threads stimulate fibroblasts and collagen proliferation, and by breaking down the thread, produce a natural dramatic skin tightening and lifting effect, improve blood circulation, help improve skin tone and repair skin, and increase skin elasticity. The non-surgical skin lift is designed to provide a long-lasting effect with immediate results.
Rainbow Thread s are certified as Class III products under the European Medical Devices Directive and carry the CE mark which guarantees the quality and safety of the product.
PDO is used to tighten and rejuvenate the skin. The PDO thread will naturally dissolve and be absorbed into the dermis layer after 3 to 6 months. It helps generate collagen reproduction to maintain the lifting effect and improve skin tone.
Generates collagen by injecting PDO. (PDO is approved as a suture).
Wound healing process in action
Regenerates skin cells, increases collagen formation and improves blood circulation, which helps skin repair itself and increase its elasticity.
PDO gradually begins to decompose about 2 weeks after the procedure and is completely resolved after 8 months to 1 year.
PLLA (Poly-L-Lactic Acid)
Poly-L-lactic acid is one of the FDA approved body ingredients (PLLA is made from corn and sugar cane).
The effect of PLLA on neocollagenesis has been proven by clinical trials worldwide. PLLA was approved by the FDA and is now used as the main ingredient in fillers (1999).
PLLA thread has better tension and elasticity in vivo than PDO thread. PLLA can be manufactured in rod and screw type to maximize benefits.
PLLA does not have pigmentation problems like plastic dyes and only contains components that are harmless to the human body.
After 1 month, collagen starts to form around PLLA, and then PLLA is gradually broken down and
induce collagen formation.
PLLA is completely broken down and replaced by collagen within 18 to 24 months.
The excess is excreted in the urine.
PDO thread mechanism
PDO threads are used to tighten and rejuvenate the skin. The PDO thread naturally dissolves and absorbs into the dermis layer after 3 to 6 months. It helps to fix the skin and promote the activities of collagen and cellular tissue.
Insert PDO threads into the dermis in a steady direction to lift the muscle and add elasticity to the skin and activate the fibroblasts. Even if the PDO thread dissolves, it continuously helps in the reproduction of collagen to maintain the lifting effect; it also improves skin tone.
PDO threads can be used anywhere with different thread types for individual treatments. The treatment time is comparatively short and there is no downtime.
The concept of skin rejuvenation is that the barbed PDO thread, an absorbable thread, has a special design to fix our tissues under the sagging skin, so that the lifting result can be seen immediately after the procedure. Later, the threads gradually stimulate collagen production until they are completely absorbed by the body within 6 months. After this time, our own collagen will lift the skin and the result will last for 1-2 years.
Polydioxanone sutures, commonly referred to as PDO sutures, have been known in medicine as an absorbable surgical suture material since the 1980s. seams. However, recently they are actively used in aesthetic medicine and have become one of the leaders of modern rejuvenation techniques.
Polydioxanone sutures are an answer to the trends and developments that call for stimulating the skin's natural protective and regenerative mechanisms instead of using masks. Regeneration mechanisms of the skin instead of concealing aesthetic defects.
PDO threads have a revitalizing, firming effect and stop the aging process of the skin. By active The polydioxanone threads inserted under the skin stimulate the body's own production of collagen and elastin and are a long-term support for sagging, withered skin.
Importantly, PDO threads do not increase facial volume and achieve very good results in difficult areas where treatment is insufficient. Treatments with botulinum toxin and hyaluronic acid are insufficient.
PDO threads and their advantages
Polydioxanone stitching for younger looking skin. It has been learned how to implant polydioxanone threads (PDO threads) into the soft tissue of the skin using a special needle. Over the course of 6-8 months, they break down, which activates collagen production. Collagen is the basis of the connective tissue of all human organs.
Thanks to the collagen, the skin is tight and strong and supports the muscle and adipose tissue. With age, collagen production decreases significantly, which leads to deformation of the skin (it becomes less elastic, wrinkles form). The thread material (polydioxanone) is an absorbable polymer that has long been used in medicine (cardiac surgery, neurosurgery, gynaecology, obstetrics and traumatology).
The main advantage of the material is that it hydrolyzes very predictably (in 200 days) and maintains high strength throughout the hydrolysis process. The material does not induce rejection or inflammation and causes a mild tissue reaction during the degradation process. The end products are naturally eliminated from the body.
decomposition process . The process itself is divided into 2 phases. During 12 weeks the thread is practically unformed and strong. After that, cracks appear in the fibers, water penetrates the threads, and within 60 days the thread loses 90 percent of its entire strength and gradually disintegrates.
The main types of PDO threads
There are several types of polydioxanone threads. The choice depends on the age, skin type and condition of the patient, as well as aesthetic requirements. effect that we want to achieve. The most commonly used are:
1. Monofilaments - simple. Made from just one fiber, the monofilament.
2. Twisted . These are monofilaments that are wrapped around a needle like a spring.
3. Serrated yarns - with hooks . These threads contain micro-reliefs on the entire surface, which provide additional support for mechanical lifting of the skin.
Mono types are mainly intended for skin tightening, regeneration and rejuvenation.
Mono types help remove wrinkles and improve facial contours.
They also act as support for the Cog types, helping the lifting effect last longer.
PDO mono is a biodegradable, absorbable thread recommended for facial reinforcement.
Activates collagen synthesis, blood circulation and lymphatic drainage. Restores sagging skin, reduces dullness.
PDO spiral threads are recommended for volume restoration.
Due to its spiral shape wrapped around the needle, the thread has a better regenerative effect than PDO monofilaments. The thread is flexible and elastic, which is especially important when correcting areas with high activity of mimicry.
PDO Twin consists of two yarns that are woven and knotted together. The presence of knots during insertion keeps the tissue under tension, preventing it from returning to its original position. This shape allows for the greatest lifting effect. The threads cannot be seen through the skin and cannot be recognized visually or haptically.
Rainbow i is a monofilament with a U-shaped cannula specially designed for treating the eye area to reduce dark circles and wrinkles.
Atraumatic and safe correction, minimal risk of bruising.
The barbs firmly hold skin tissue in place to lift sagging skin and redefine facial contours.
Robust 6D filament with spirally arranged, multi-directional teeth. The notches are made on six sides of the thread to form a 6D configuration in diameter projection. It has a higher number of teeth than other types of COG thread, allowing the thread to grip the fabric as tightly as possible. This leads to an even and pronounced action during the procedure and also reduces the risk of thread breakage at high tension.
Heart Lifting is an innovative notched yarn made using the casting process.
Unlike serrated threads, the casting process does not damage the nicks because the thread is formed by pressing in a mold.
This technology extends the biodegradation period, resulting in a longer-lasting effect.
The unique heart-shaped design of the cuts allows for maximum lifting effect.
Ultra and Ultra+ are thinner filaments (USP 5-0) than other notched filaments (USP 1-0/2-0) but can still withstand high tension. Suitable for tissue modeling even in the most delicate and hard-to-reach areas of the face.
DualArm uses notched threads with two needles at the end of each thread and is commonly used on the forehead, eyebrows, cheeks, etc.
The needles are incredibly flexible and sharp, allowing the suture to be guided to the desired contour with a single puncture of the skin tissue.
PLLA: Poly-L-lactic acid.
- Rejuvenating action - triggers neocollagenesis
- Longer lasting results compared to PDO filaments
- Breaks down naturally in the body over approximately 18 months
- Results last up to 24 months
These are copolymerized resorbable PCL and PLLA components that have a history of more than 120 years and whose technology is unmatched in the medical field.
* Longer biodegradation phase than PDO. The same raw materials as for APTOS and HappyLift.
* Longer corrective effect. Longer biodegradation phase, 12-18 months.
Hi Rhino is a lifting thread for non-surgical rhinoplasty.
The thread is inserted into the nasal septum, the bridge of the nose, the tip of the nose and the wings of the nose.
This bi-directional serrated thread provides a locking and anchoring effect and elevates the nasal tip with minimal tissue trauma.
Raw materials for the rainbow threads
Polydioxanone is a synthetic, resorbable, monofilament suture material made from the polymer paradioxanone. There is no foreign body sensation and the preservation time is 6 months.
Poly-L-lactic acid is an absorbable, semi-permanent, injectable implant that can gradually restore volume and stimulate collagen formation
Polycaprolactone is a biodegradable polyester with a low melting point.
Poly L-Lactide-co-ε-Caprolactone is a new conceptual ingredient that complements the disadvantages of PDO, PLLA and PCL while combining their advantages. It is a combination of PLLA and PCL.
Comparison of PDO, PLLA and PCLA threads
THREAD LIFT | MESO THREADS
With a thread facelift, you can restore the oval of the face and prevent further ptosis. Both women aged 35-40 and women who are much older can have thread lifts performed. The essence of the manipulation is that the special facelift threads create a frame, they do not allow the face to "float", which is especially important after 50 years. The effect lasts quite a long time, up to 2 years, depending on the threads used and the initial condition.
The benefits of this type of facelift include:
a result that is immediately visible;
The thread lift is one of the latest achievements in cosmetic surgery. Thread lifts are quick, less invasive, and can be performed without anesthesia.
Thread lifts are nothing new, as plastic surgeons in Paris have been performing this treatment for 30 years. The idea of using threads to tighten and support facial skin is also not new. As early as the 1970s, thread lifts sewn with gold thread were referred to as "string lifts". The results only lasted for a while, until the stitches tore or unraveled. The seams can also migrate on the skin's surface, resulting in an asymmetrical appearance. Recently, however, surgery has improved to the point where patients can avoid these side effects altogether.
The treatment involves drilling small holes in the skin and inserting a cannula through which the thread runs; when the cannula is withdrawn, the suture is left behind. Alternatively, long needles can also be used superficially under the skin, with the thread being pulled behind it. The needle is then cut off and the thread tightened to achieve the effect of a face lift, with the threads stimulating collagen in the skin over a longer period of time. Longevity is individual. In contrast to a regular facelift, where the patient is usually sedated during the treatment, the patient is awake during the treatment. This allows your doctor to hold up a mirror during the procedure to see if you are happy with the result. If this is not the case, a thread can be tightened or loosened a little to achieve the desired result. The treatment is not painful and the recovery time is only two to three days. Another advantage that distinguishes thread lifts from regular facelifts is that the result is immediately visible.
When should I opt for the procedure?
Meso threads are an excellent treatment for both the first signs of aging and more serious age-related changes, such as sagging skin or a "floating" facial oval. For this reason, it is possible to use this procedure from the age of 25. The upper limit is generally 70 years of age. However, when it comes to the Luxeface & Luxebody procedure, patients over the age of seventy have opted for it. After all, the technology is now considered as safe and effective as possible, and the doctors who use it call Luxeface & Luxebody the "gold standard of thread rejuvenation".
However, experienced therapists point out that the earlier the threads are used, the better the effect. Using this method from around the age of 25-30 will help maintain youthfulness and freshness for years to come. Serious correction of the aesthetic defects in this case may not be necessary.
Indications for using meso threads:
Broiden and indistinct facial oval;
expression lines, including crow's feet;
deep nasolabial folds;
wrinkles in the décolleté and neck area;
sagging and sagging cheeks;
skin folds around the ears;
hanging corners of the lips;
sagging arms, stomach, hips and buttocks;
Excessive fat deposits on the back, hips and above the knees;
Obviously, thread lifts can lift different areas of the face and body. In addition, they have a therapeutic effect on the skin, improving and revitalizing it.
After rehabilitation, the rejuvenating effect can be enhanced, for example, by mesococktail injections or lifting hardware procedures.
It is important that the threads dissolve within six months to a maximum of three years (depending on the material) through hydrolysis and are naturally removed from the body. So this method fits well with the concept of biorejuvenation and is suitable for everyone who appreciates naturalness in all its manifestations.
Are you a suitable candidate for a thread lift?
Not everyone is a suitable candidate for a thread lift. The ideal candidate is a person with mild signs of aging. A thread lift can make you look younger, more rested and awake, but it can't eliminate turkey neck or deep wrinkles and lines on the face. When time has left its mark on your face, a thread lift can no longer help. Thread lifts are not recommended for people who have a lot of excess skin because the seams just can't support the weight.
The treatment also affects wrinkles and lines around the mouth and nose. People who have already had a facelift can sometimes be helped with a thread lift to keep the result longer. The fact that the treatment has very few complications and side effects is another piece of good news. Bleeding during the procedure is very minimal, so the risk of infection is also minimal.
A thread lift is not expensive, but what you get back is also commendable. Because a thread lift is so affordable and non-invasive, it should be your first attack in the fight against aging. It's a subtle facelift, but it can do a lot for your looks and your confidence.
There are different types of threads and different brands. Some are very fine threads that have almost the same effect as a filler, ie stabilizing the skin and stimulating collagen production. These are introduced very superficially into the skin using fine needles without being visible from the outside. Other threads are used to tighten the skin and are thicker and have small "holes" or small cups/cones that hook into the skin and which the doctor, in consultation with the patient, can pull to perfect the tension.
Whether thread lifting is right for you and which threads are most suitable will be clarified in a consultation with a doctor.
When should the procedure not be performed?
The Treadlift procedure is minimally invasive, but it's best to follow a few guidelines to avoid potential complications.
Inflammatory processes on the skin and skin lesions;
Infectious diseases (flu, acute respiratory infections);
problems with the immune system;
pregnancy and lactation;
diseases of the blood and cardiovascular system;
In any case, before the insertion of meso threads, a doctor's consultation is necessary.
Recommendations after meso-fiber implantation
Rehabilitation after a thread lift takes an average of 3 to 14 days. It all depends on the characteristics of the patient. However, there are the following general recommendations for a recovery process that is as short and pleasant as possible:
No sunbathing or sauna visits for 2 weeks;
Avoid salon treatments with heat effect - the threads could dissolve;
Scrubs and massages, even at home, should be avoided for about a month;
Avoid excessive physical activity and intense training for 3-4 weeks;
use cosmetics with high UV protection;
Avoid sleeping on your stomach (face) for 2 weeks.
The insertion of mesothreads is a modern compromise between radical surgery and treatments that do not achieve the desired effect.
Treadlifts solve a complex of problems at once: they tighten slack tissue, smooth out noticeable wrinkles, lighten and moisturize the skin. The synthesis of collagen and elastin is promoted by the threads. This means that both the first wrinkles and the more serious signs of aging can be gently but safely treated. The effect of their installation lasts up to 3 years. The procedure can be repeated at a later date and other areas can also be treated.
See a doctor if you experience similar symptoms. Do not self-medicate - it is dangerous for your health!
Oreon Life Science
Oreon Life Science is an international Korean company established in 2000, specializing in anti-aging and medical aesthetics. Oreon has a wide range of products that includes fillers, threads, cosmeceuticals and dermatological products.
The company mainly focuses on its diverse range of Rainbow threads, which it constantly improves to offer the best quality to its customers worldwide. The Rainbow Thread is a non-surgical anti-aging treatment designed to tighten and shape the contours of the face. Oreon takes great care to innovate and be safe, using only premium materials and advanced manufacturing technologies that ensure the best quality standards.