Thread Lift

Lift & Tighten Sagging Skin Non-Surgically

What is Thread Lift?

A thread lift involves lifting different parts of the face using specialised threads without surgical incisions.

Types of threads available at Skin111

  • Rejuvenation Threads - stimulates the production of collagen so that the skin is strengthened.
  • Lifting Threads - ideal for gathering skin and therefore producing more lifting action.

Every thread lift surgery begins with numbing the treatment area with a local anaesthetic. The threads are then inserted by our highly experienced Doctor under your skin using a cannula or needle. At Skin111, we use PDO threads for lifting as it gives the highest amount of lifting.

Difference between long and short threads

  • PDO (Long threads) – gathers skin to produce a lifting action. They are usually put at the hairline and are used to pull the skin back gently. Breasts and buttocks can be lifted with thicker barbed threads.
  • PDO (Short threads) – offers less lift but even more collagen stimulation for contouring. These threads are purposely put along the brows or at the corner of the lips.

Treatment Areas

Most parts of the face that are showing signs of ageing can be treated with a thread lift. The jaw, cheeks, neck, and eyes are the most commonly treated areas with thread lifting. Also, static lines which do not respond to Botox treatments (as dynamic lines), dimples, loss of volume or asymmetries are indications for PDO rejuvenation threads.


  • Quick and visible results.
  • Tighter looking skin.
  • Reduced wrinkles and fine lines.
  • No downtime.
  • Effective and safe.
  • A great substitute for people who don't qualify for surgery.
  • No noticeable scarring or pain.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • People who are in the late-30s-to-early-50s age range.
  • People with mild to moderate loose skin.
The results of thread lifts are instant. However, the best results are generally visible after 4-8 weeks once the new collagen has formed.
Typically, the threads included in a PDO thread lift dissolves six to nine months following the treatment.
Yes, before the procedure, you will have had local anaesthetic applied onto the area being treated.

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