The most recent development in thread lifting has been the introduction of cog threads, which is a move away from the traditional monofilaments to barbed threads.
This new shape encourages higher chronic inflammatory reaction causing a higher rate of fibroblast conversion during wound healing process.
As a result, clients can achieve a longer lasting and more visible effect after a single treatment. The threads are 100% PDO (Polydioxanone), a clinically proven bio-compatible material that is already widely used in medical suturing.
Please note that the PDO COG Thread training at Manchester School Of Aesthetics is carried out by a highly trained renowned practioner.