Created by Korean aesthetic doctor to the stars, Dr Kwon Han Jin, the Ultra V Lift claims to be the secret to K-pop stars’ enviable glowing faces! We find out more from Dr Darryl Chew – Dr Kwon’s protégée
1. HOW DOES THE ULTRA V LIFT WORK?
Ultra V Lift is a unique technology where fine threads called polydioxanone (PDO) that were commonly used in surgery are inserted into target areas under the skin to stimulate regeneration. As a result, the skin tissues create new tissue fibroblasts and collagen, which produces a tightening effect from inside out. When sagging skin is tightened, it creates a more sculpted “V-shape” face as well as smooth, silky skin.
2. IN WHAT WAY IS IT DIFFERENT FROM USUAL THREAD LIFTS?
Different doctors learn different techniques when it comes to thread lift. It is not just about inserting the threads under the skin in random fashion. Proper customisation for individuals and different types of threads for different areas are carefully selected. With the superior quality of the patented threads direct from Korea, together with the parallel vector techniques popularised by Dr Kwon, I am proud to bring you probably the best thread lift available today.
3. WHO IS IT SUITABLE FOR?
We offer different treatments for anyone between 20 to 70 years old.
4. WHAT RESULTS CAN BE EXPECTED?
The process of transformation takes about six weeks to six months to achieve the optimum results. As the threads dissolve, fibroblast and collagen stimulation will tighten the skin from within so you can expect to look better as time passes. This procedure can be repeated if patients require more effects after six months.
5. HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?
It starts from $4000 onwards.
The process of transformation takes about six weeks to six months to achieve the optimum results. As the threads dissolve, fibroblast and collagen stimulation will tighten the skin from within so you can expect to look better as time passes.
For more information, contact:
9 Scotts Road, Pacific Plaza,
#11-07, Singapore 228210
Tel: 6733 3798
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