ABOUT MINT LIFT
ABOUT MINT Lift
Introducing MINT LIFT, PDO suture for facial tissue fixation
GLOBAL MINT Lift
What is Mint Lift?
Mint Lift is a lifting thread (facial tissue fixation thread) made of dissolvable material polydioxanone (PDO) with 360ο, 3D helical barbs to pull and fixate skin tissue for wrinkle improvement.
It is a PDO thread for facial tissue fixation,
not for suturing, to deliver safe and outstanding results.
Developed under patented molding pressed technology, the helically positioned 360ο, 3D barbs have high tensile and anchoring strength to provide superior results.
Mint Lift Achievements
Global lifting certifications and registrations acquired with international countries such as US FDA and China NMPA to assure excellent technological capabilities and reliable safety.
US FDA Registration
Korea MFDS Approval as facial tissue fixation thread
China NMPA Registration
Special features of Mint Lift
Unrivaled engineering and powerful lifting effects through its patented molding pressed technology and patented helically positioned 360º, 3D barbs.
360º, 3D Helical Structure
MINT Lift’s 3D barbs are molded and
positioned helically in 360º on the thread surface
Mint Lift’s 3D helical barbs firmly fixate and lift from all surface of the skin tissue’s 3D structure to achieve an outstanding and powerful lifting effect.
Patented manufacturing process
Unlike the conventional threads that are produced by cutting technology,
MINT PDO is manufactured by patented molding pressed technology
and has superior tensile and tissue fixation strength.
Patent Submissions in 10 Countries Worldwide (patent No.: CPCTP11-0007)
Outstanding tensile strength
Molding pressed Mint has
tensile strength 4 times stronger
than that of the conventional cut threads.
Powerful fixation capabilities
Unlike the conventional cut threads, Mint with its molding pressed technology has
powerful fixation capabilities
as there is no loss in the structural integrity and core of the thread.
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