Dr Israr Wong was invited by Dysport to attend a one-day workshop with Dr Lee Young Seob of Korea, the inventor of the Dysport Dermolift. The workshop was held in Bangkok, Thailand at Thada Clinic.
The Dysport Dermolift involves injecting diluted Dysport into the intra-dermal layer, which stimulates and re-organizes the cellular cytoskeleton of the skin cells, to bind to more elastin and collagen. It also stimulates the fibroblast cells in the skin to produce more collagen. The end result ? An instant tightening and face-lifting effect, which gets better in the next 7 days.
This special method of using Dysport came about when Dr Lee Young Seob was trying to avoid causing the stiff expression-less faces that was common with BTX injections ( his clientele involved a lot of Korea / Hongkong / China celebrities who needed to still make facial expressions for work), and started experimenting with diluted Dysport injected into the skin cells instead of the traditional method into the muscles. What happened next was amazing – not only was there a skin-tightening effect causing a facelift, there were immediate results noticed right after injection and which improved further in the next 7 – 14 days!
The results can last for a further 6 – 12 months before the next session is advised.
Dr Israr Wong has adapted this special technique into the Dysport Insta-Lift, which is now available at The Knightsbridge Clinic.
One session costs $600 and a package of 4 sessions cost $2000.