How long will a fox eyes, eyebrow threadlift lift last?
A fox eyes, eyebrow threadlift lift lasts on average 6 months. Unlike thread lifts elsewhere on the face, which often last up to 18 months, the results from a fox eye lift tend to last less time, around 6 -12 months. After which point the procedure can be repeated.
Where on the face can I have a thread lift?
• Thread lift eyes area/fox eye lift/ Thread brow lift
• Lift cheeks and reduce sagging
• Lift middle and lower face to reduce folds / pouches of sagging tissue beside mouth
• Lift jowls – improving jawline definition
• Lift neck to improve a saggy neck area under chin and jaw
What age should I have a thread brow lift?
Threads can be used in brow in two different age groups, depending on the reason for treatment :
• To change the shape of the brow (e.g give a fox eye look/fox brow) which is suitable at any age over 18 and is common for women in their 20’s and 30s. This is not related to the ageing process.
• To create a brow lift – e.g lift the brow to treat hooded lids or heavy eyebrows which often are caused by ageing – treatment for this indication is suitable from aged 30 onwards and the most common age groups who present for brow lift for this reason are in their 40’s and 50’s.
Does a fox eye lift treatment hurt?
No – before the thread lift procedure begins, your Dr Leah doctor will inject a local anaesthetic to numb the treatment area and prevent pain.
What results can I expect from a fox eye lift?
The lifting effect from the fox eye thread lift will be visible immediately and will last approximately 5 months, after which point it can be repeated.
What is the difference between PDO and Silhouette Soft thread lift?
They are different treatments and they produce different results.
PDO threads tend to be easier to insert, cheaper in price and produce a different type of collagen to Silhouette Soft. They tend to give more plumping / rejuvenation than lift. Silhouette Soft threads produce less plumping than PDO threads but give a better lift.
Should I have PDO threads or Silhouette Soft fox eye treatment?
If you require plumping / volumisation as well as a subtle lift, then PDO are the best option. If you do not require additional volume but require a reasonable lift, then Silhouette Soft is the best option. In the case of fox eye treatment the duration of results is better with silhouette soft threads.
What are the side effects of a thread lift?
Some patients notice some bruising and swelling immediately after their Silhouette Soft® procedure. Other common side effects visible for the first days are puckering of the skin and dimples. We generally advise 2-3 days of work following a brow thread lift treatment as the downtime is not as significant as it is for threadlift elsewhere on face.
What should I do after my thread lift treatment?
There are an extensive aftercare list which you will have to follow after your procedure, which includes avoiding exercise for 7 days and sleeping on your back for 5 nights. You are likely to have obvious marks on the face for 2-3 days after the treatment so we advise taking a few days off work/ avoid social activities following this treatment.
Can I repeat my brow lift treatment?
Yes, there is no limit to how many times your fox eye lift treatment can be repeated.
Can I combine fox eye lift treatment with other treatments?
Yes, the fox eye thread lift treatment is combined with Botox treatment at the same time (this is included in the price). It is also possible to have fox eye lift treatment with threads elsewhere on face on the same day and many of our clients also wish to lift cheeks or jowls at the same time.
Which Dr Leah Clinics provide the treatment?
Dr Leah Baker Street clinic is where our thread lift treatments are performed, it has been specially equipped as a thread lift centre and where we conduct our fox eye thread treatment.