SILHOUETTE SOFT® 12 CONES 10 THREADS 1 x 10 threads
SILHOUETTE SOFT® 12 CONES 10 THREADS
Silhouette Soft® 12 cones is a non-surgical facelift treatment based on the innovative cone technology.
The absorbable sterile implantable single-use device is intended to reshape the surface of the skin as well as lift sagging skin and neck tissue. Furthermore, Silhouette Soft® 12 cones helps to tighten the skin and restore lost facial volume by enhancing the body’s own collagen production.
The resorbable single-use device is comprised of Poly L Lactic Acid threads dotted with Glycol-Lactide (PLGA) resorbable cones, which dissolves into the skin. The threads acts as a scaffolding under the surface of the skin where it helps to lift the sagging skin. In addition, the cones both hold the threads in place and stimulates the body’s own production of collagen to replace lost facial volume.
The pack consists of:
- 10 Threads
- 2 x 23G Needles of 12 cm each
Composition of the product
Silhouette Soft threads are composed of Poly-L-Lactic Acid (PLLA) while its molded cones are composed of a PolyLactide/Glycolide (PLGA) resorbable copolymer.
Silhouette Soft® 12 cones contain 12 sutures on a 27.5cm long thread with a distance of 0.8cm, which helps to keep the thread in place until dissolution.
How does Silhouette Soft works?
Silhouette uses threads under the skin to provoke a lifting and anti-aging effect. A special feature of the thread is that it has cone shaped extensions, which stick to your skin and therefor have an extremely strong lifting effect. The procedure is non-invasive and leaves you with immediate results.
Benefits of Silhouette Soft® 12 Cones 10 Threads
- Immediate lifting effect with natural results
- Restoring lost volume
- Stimulate of the body’s own collagen production
- Improves laxity for smooth toned skin
- Areas: Jaw line, Cheeks, mid face area, Eyebrows and neck
How long does the result last for?
The benefits can last for a period of 18 to 24 months, but the results may vary individually. Please note the results depends on various factors including: the number of suspension sutures used, placement and the physician’s technique.