Infected! Dangers of HIKO Nose Threadlift and Nose Fillers

With the advent of social media and off the scale craze over beauty, skin proportionality, and aesthetic perfection, one can easily get hooked up in being dissatisfied with one’s natural imperfectly perfect facial proportionality and seek out treatments that might help in improving perceived aesthetic facial deficiencies. Not that there’s something wrong with it, nevertheless it is still your peace of mind, and happiness that matters. Thus, I am hoping that this blog and vlog might help you in considering what procedure to undergo, either opt for the invasive rhinoplasty, or the non-invasive treatments available. 

Ever considered undergoing a safe and non-invasive procedure to augment your nose? Well there has been this ongoing recent trend that many famous personalities, vloggers and influencers rave about with very promising results and has made multiple reviews about, and it is the procedure called HIKO nose Threadlift. Traditionally, one of the most common facial non-invasive procedures that people usually opt for is Nose Fillers which are hyaluronic acid injections inserted into the skin that are supposed to accentuate and augment the nose bridge or tip giving it a lift when done correctly. Although both seem non-invasive, there have still been numerous studies worldwide that show the possibility of having complications from nose filler procedures such as vascular complications, vision disturbance or impairment, and worse, skin necrosis. 

With this in mind, you might then ask what makes HIKO nose Threadlift superior in comparison to the traditional Nose filler procedures? One of the reasons why HIKO nose threadlift rose to popularity is mainly because of its promising results that are immediate and with only minimal complications. HIKO Thread uses an technology called PDO (polydioxanone), a 3 dimensional barbed threads that are inserted into the skin that enhances the bridge and or the tip of the nose and also claims to stimulate the collagen of the skin as it helps reshape and improve the contour of the nose. Multiple insertion of threads are needed depending on the desired aesthetic outcome and shape of the nose one is wanting to achieve.

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Nonetheless, both procedures claim to be non-invasive, the only difference is that the HIKO nose threadlift promises to give you immediate results with only minimal risks. HIKO Nose threadlift also lasts for about 6 months until it dissolves, compared to Nose fillers that last for 1 to 2 years before the nose returns to its original contour and shape.

In the end, it is still your call whether you'd opt for a non-invasive treatment option, or either opt for the permanent rhinoplasty surgery. 

If you want to know my journey with HIKO nose threadlift and my opinion regarding non-evasive treatment options, do watch my vlog!  :D

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