Rainbow Threads Single Screw threads


69€ (excluding 19% VAT)

82,11€ (incl. 19% VAT)

Free shipping - delivery time: 1-3 working days
  • Category: threads
  • Material: Polydioxanone (PDO)
  • Needle: 27G or 29G
  • Needle length: 50-60 mm
  • Thread length: 80-100 mm
  • Content:  20 pc

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Rainbow Single Screw Threads - Rejuvenation and biostimulation of the skin of the body and face

 Rainbow Single Screw threads from Oreon Life Science are PDO threads for tightening the cheeks, upper arms, neck, chest, forehead, jaw, temples, abdomen, buttocks, décolleté, thighs and eyebrows. Its main application is rejuvenation and biostimulation of body and face skin by lifting and tightening it.

They are formed from a smooth polydioxanone monofilament twisted around the needle. The spiral shape gives the surgical threads a whole range of unique properties: Due to its large diameter, the thread is given additional volume. It is also able to stretch and shrink vertically.

This allows the Rainbow Single Screw threads be fixed particularly firmly and securely in the patient's tissue. As part of the Rainbow Thread Mono Line from Oreon Life Science, the medical threads lead to a significantly firmer complexion with an improved complexion.

The lifting effect is enhanced by the fact that the Rainbow single Screw threads intensively stimulate the production of collagen and blood cells in order to support the tightening of slack skin. Ideally, the practitioner brings the surgical threads into the SMAS layer, i.e. the muscle-connective tissue layer under the skin, as part of a thread lift. There they can develop their stimulating effect in the best possible way.

The immediate tissue repairing effects can last for up to two years.

Treatment areas:

  • forehead
  • Periorbital (temples, eyebrows)
  • Midface
  • Jawline
  • Neck
  • Cleavage
  • Chest
  • Upper arms
  • belly
  • buttocks
  • Thigh



  • lifting and tightening
  • Revitalization and lifting of the specified areas
  • Volume

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