Fox Eye lift
Get that snatched fox eye look. The fox eye lift is a quick, minimally invasive, no downtime, relatively pain free procedure. Fox eye lifts are designed to lift the outer corners of your eyes and brows, enhancing your appearance and natural beauty.
Have you noticed that over time your eyes and brows have drooped making you look more tired and older? There is a way to combat this, and with a fox eye thread lift, you can get the designer eye look and improve the look of your eyes and better yet return to work the next day!
PDO threads provide lift and support to the tissue while creating collagen in the area they are placed. When you’re wanting more dramatic results then what a brow lift from Botox/Dysport can provide, PDO threads are a great option that give near surgical results!
What is the Fox Eye lift?
The fox eye lift is a procedure that uses dissolvable threads to lift and elongate the eye to create a more almond shape, while also lifting the brow tail.
How Does it Work?
The fox eye lift works by pulling up of the outer brow and this holds you new eye shape in place and gives you that fox or cat-eye look. PDO threads provide lift and support to the tissue while creating collagen in the area they are placed.
The procedure itself is incredibly quick and can be completed in 15-20 minutes. Once you have had your treatment, you need to take it easy for a day or two, so make sure you rest and put your feet up, and before you know it, you will be back to your normal routine.
The good news is that you can have your fox eye thread lift and it is only minimally invasive and relatively pain-free, allowing you to get the look you have always wanted but without the negative side-effects.
How long does it last?
PDO threads last 6-12 months depending on your lifestyle and activity level. For longer lasting results a repeat procedure is advisable.
Does it hurt?
You will be provided with a local anesthetic injection. After the procedure is relatively painless.
What is the downtime?
The fox eye lift will heal in 7-10 days as swelling and bruising settles. Some of our patients experience very little in the way of bruising or swelling. It all comes down to the individual