As most BNK Beauties know, I am obsessed with staying atop the latest products and industry trainings. A few months ago, I completed MINT (Minimally Invasive Nonsurgical Thread) training and continue to offer this option in my studio. With so much going on over the past few months, it occurred to me that I haven’t shared much about this great option for increasing collagen.
Let’s add another tool to the toolbox and dig into some questions I’ve received in the past few months:
What are MINT™ MONO Threads and are they safe?
MINT™ is the latest news in Korean beauty that can deliver natural results without invasive surgery. Why stress out about your skin when you can look refreshed and rejuvenated in no time?
MINT™ MONO threads are unique absorbable threads designed to stimulate collagen and elastin in the area inserted. The thread is made from a complex sugar polydioxanone or PDO – a safe suture material that has been used in orthopedic and cardiovascular surgeries for over 30 years. Treatments involve minimal pain and downtime, and the results can be seen immediately, so you can look and feel your best in no time. It’s time to stop worrying and start rejuvenating!
How Do They Work? Where Can They Be Used?
MINT MONO threads are smooth threads that can be used in areas to improve skin elasticity, laxity, volume, and texture. MONO threads dissolve over time and help to stimulate the body to produce collagen. These threads are not barbed and may be inserted in most areas of the face including lip border, marionette lines, jowls, upper lip lines, nasolabial folds, etc. These threads may also be interred in numerous body parts such as breasts, decollate, thighs, arms and buttocks.
How Long Do They Last?
The results of mono thread treatment lasts for 12-18 months. Individual results vary and the longevity of the result may be affected by continual aging and lifestyle factors such as smoking and weight loss. During that time, new collagen will also form in the treatment areas, making the results of the threads last for a year or longer.
I know that’s a lot of information to digest, so if you have any other questions just contact me to discuss. See you in the studio soon!