What is face threading in medbeauty vs Bande Abru?

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Facial threading is a common tradition in Taiwan, Southeast Asia (called “Bande Abru”), Middle East (called “Khite”), and Egypt (called “Fatlah”).


Pdo thread is also face threading, which is an non-surgical skin tightening refers to the minimally invasive or non-invasive procedures utilized for the stimulation of the production of collagen and elastin under the deeper layers of the skin. These treatments also aid in the gradual improvement of skin tone, and the texture of the skin. Some of the procedures also aid through affecting the fibrous tissue with help in the smoothing of the cellulite. Non-surgical skin tightening is essential because, with increasing age, the production of two of the most important proteins: collagen and elastin slows down resulting in skin laxity and the sagging of skin.


In addition to the ability to remove facial vellus hairs, facial threading can make the skin fairer and shinier. However, there has been a lack of hard evidence regarding the effects of facial threading on the skin. If you want to enhance your facial features and overall looks, but do not want to go under the knife, then the minimally-invasive cosmetic procedures are your best allies. These treatments make your skin look youthful without making you suffer the pitfalls of surgeries. One such cosmetic treatment that is very popular in Miami is the PDO Threads. This treatment is the ideal, non-surgical alternative to facelift surgery.