Thread lifting is a progressive method of rejuvenation for patients who are not ready for surgical interventions, but who want to get a stable and fast enough result.
Thread lifting with the help of Aptos threads is one of the most popular among others. Aptos threads are made of polypropylene, they are the thinnest core with angled notches. For more than 15 years, Aptos methods have been used in 50 countries and are constantly being improved. They have a Russian certificate of conformity of the Russian Federation and permission of Roszdravnadzor for the use of medical technology Aptos® in therapeutic cosmetology.
Aptos threads are safe, do not cause allergies and are not rejected by the body, the effect lasts up to 5 years.
The innovative development of the authors of the Aptos® methods (Aptos) is Light Lift® threads (Light Lift), which differ from the Aptos® threads (Aptos) in the material from which they are made. Continue reading
Wrinkles, second chin, creases on the neck. “It’s time to end this!”, The heroines from the advertisement for face creams strongly declare. But you can’t help with cream alone. It is necessary to “pump over” the muscles of the face. Here are three simple techniques that will make you fresh and younger in a few minutes a day.
The essence of “facial” fitness is to tighten and train the muscles that we usually do not use and relax those that we constantly strain. The cream cannot do this, but it will work better on the skin “warmed up” by the exercises. Apply cream after facial recharging. It can be done in the morning or evening after washing. If you don’t be lazy and skip “training”, after 3-4 weeks you can admire the refreshed skin.
Pilates for the face
Well strengthens the muscles that we do not indulge in attention in everyday life. To work them out, four lessons per week for 5-7 minutes are enough. Just take your time and carefully complete each exercise. There are only six of them in the complex from the French cosmetologist Chantal Lehmann. The author advises starting the workout this way: straighten your back, raise your head, lower your shoulders and take 5 deep breaths, exhale. Continue reading
When a group of women gathers for a cup of tea, one of the topics that is invariably one of the top ten charts of the most frequently discussed issues is cosmetics and cosmetology. And the longer I live, the more I am surprised – logic, sometimes, refuses women at all. Especially when a woman stands in front of a sparkling shop window with many beautiful jars. Here are just a few of the common myths about cosmetics.
Myth 1: “Creams can get rid of wrinkles, sagging,” bags “under the eyes and other serious problems.” Continue reading