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Thread lift

(8 Posts)
tsm106 Sat 08-Aug-20 01:24:34

I am thinking of having a thread face lift. I have previously had fillers, but now feel the time has come to have a little more done. My skin is good otherwise, just a bit jowely.
Anyone had a thread lift, and can recommend a good practitioner in Hampshire/ Dorset or West Sussex?

tanith Sat 08-Aug-20 07:57:03

I’ve never heard of a thread lift but good luck with it.

Charleygirl5 Sat 08-Aug-20 08:16:43

Why not leave your face alone? I also have never heard of a thread lift.

Illte Sat 08-Aug-20 08:43:13

I'd love one. I'd look so much better if someone would just hoist it all up a bit👆

MacCavity2 Sat 08-Aug-20 10:22:01

Research good practitioner and go for it. Don’t let people put you off. Nobody criticises people for spending money on good haircuts or any treatments that make you feel good.

tickingbird Sat 08-Aug-20 11:07:37

Why not? It’s not an overly intrusive procedure. I’m afraid I don’t know how you’d find a good practitioner though.

blondenana Sat 08-Aug-20 23:19:53

Some plastic surgeons i believe don't think they are worth it as they don't last a long time, but research and ask for photos of how it should turn out for someone of the same or similiar age, but if it makes you feel better go for it

avitorl Sat 08-Aug-20 23:24:33

From what I've read about them it does seem that they don't work very well.