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Yastrid Is Your No.1 Cog Threads Manufacturer

Since our establishment, we have fully devoted ourselves to producing excellent medical aesthetics threads, and cog threads are among our top products. We have highly trained staff and imported advanced equipment and materials to ensure each thread we make is of superior quality.

With new absorbable cog threads being developed regularly, we continue to improve our product quality based on constant research and customer feedback. As an expert of PDO threads, we provide not only products but also solutions for our clients.

OEM/ODM service is most welcome with Yastrid. And if you have your design or idea of making special cog threads, just let us know, we will make it happen.

We believe our continuous innovation in the medical threads field ensures that we’re the best manufacturer and supplier of cog threads.

Excellent Quality Cog Threads

Cog threads are preloaded with barbs and have rapidly become a popular non-invasive alternative to painful surgical facelift procedures. With cog threads innovative patented technology that have given rise to the new trend of Fox’s eye, V-line, and contoured jawline, Yastrid offers the most premium quality threads on the market, packed with the following benefits:

  • Immediately lift sagging skin
  • Natural collagen production
  • It gives a brighter skin tone
  • Longer lasting result


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Smooth and Long Barb

Buy Smooth and Long Cog Thread Barb At One Place

Yastrid cog thread bard, unlike products from other brands, is smooth and long, which opens like an umbrella and is easy to hang on the skin for a more extended period. These barbs not only ensure the thread doesn’t move but also cause tiny abrasions in the skin tissues, triggering the wrinkled/sagging skin to produce collagen naturally. This collagen formation with a cog thread barb creates a redefined face shape and has a long-lasting effect.

Extremely Effective and Durable

Strong Lifting Effect for the Best Sagging Skin Solution

Yastrid’s cog threads barb distance is 1.5mm, indicating more barbs on each thread. This distance is ideal as it becomes easier for doctors to catch the patient’s skin tissue — making the results even more promising.

Many companies keep cog thread bard distance 1.8mm, which isn’t ideal as fewer barbs on thread mean it is challenging to catch skin tissue. This makes Yastrid Cog Threads a far more superior product.

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Yastrid Cog Thread Cannula Tip

Clean Cannula Tip With No Burr

Less Painful Blunt-Tip Cannula

Yastrid cog thread cannula tip is designed in a pointed/blunt shape that is easy to insert into the skin and lowers the risk of painful accidental punctures – unlike other companies’ crude cannula tips that have tube walls with some burrs on them.

Our cannula tube wall is always clean, and for this purpose, we’ve imported many machines from Germany so that there is no interruption in the professional cleaning process.

Cog Threads Barb: Choose Your Size

Yastrid manufactures and exports different barbed cog threads with a blunt cannula, including L Type, R type, and double-needle, each designed to ensure painless and effective skin lifting procedures.

21G Cog Double V Lift
It has barbs both inside and outside, most used for eyebrow lift, cheekbone, and jaw.
19G Cog Thread R Cannula
The resistance of R cannula cog thread is small, easy to operate and less painful.
19G Cog Thread L Cannula
Compare with 18g, 19g cannula is smaller, it's less painful and good lifting effect for face.
18G Cog Thread R Cannula
18G cog thread is the most popular size because of it's strong lifting effect and the special cannula tip.
18G Fish Bone Cog Thread
It's much stronger than normal cog thread, catch the skin tissue firmly and tightens the skin.
18G Sculpture Cog Thread
Sculpture cog thread is suitable for older ladies whose skin is sagging badly. The Barb is deep enough for a reliable catch.
18G Z Molding Cog Thread
The barb of Z molding is unique. It's like Z letter. It can easily hang on the skin and provide great lifting effects.
21G Cog Thread L Cannula
21G cannula is suitable for eyebrow lifting; the small cannula size can reduce the pain and swelling.
19G Cog Thread Double Needle
It needs special thread lifting skills, but you won't need much of it compared to typical cog threads.

Why Yastrid PDO Threads Is the Best in Quality?

As a professional manufacturer of face lifting threads, we can make different kinds of cog threads. No matter the length, size, and type, just tell us your idea; let us make it into reality.

You may know many brand threads, but you never know what sets each one apart. Here is why Yastrid cog threads are superior.



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As cog threads are Yastrid’s core product, we pay much attention to quality to ensure each thread has strong tension and lifting effect. We are so excited to invite you to witness the remarkable change after using Yastrid cog threads.


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How Do We Ensure Manufacturing Superior Quality Cog Threads?

Yastrid’s skilled employees are dedicated to ensuring strict quality control measures are practiced at each manufacturing phase. Our experienced staff members use high-quality imported thread material and make cog thread barb meeting all the standard requirements.

Likewise, we pay attention to every production detail: we check the barb length, shape, and thickness under a 60x high-magnification microscope to ensure each thread is strong enough. We then put it in a vacuumed and nitrogen-filled packaging to guarantee that threads’ shelf life remains longer.

In fact, because of our keen attention to detail, we are highly recommended by our clients worldwide. We are always available to discuss your cog thread manufacturing and supply requirements and hope to have win-win business relationships.

Advance Barb Cutting
Advanced Barb Cutting
Ensure the barb on thread is smooth and strong.
GMP Standard Workshop
GMP Standard Workshop
Safety production environment is all-important to make a exceptional cog threads.
Puncture Quality Chek
Puncture Quality Check
We do puncture checks to make sure the canulla is easy to insert into skin.
EO Gas Steriliaztion
EO Gas Sterilization
EO gas can kill all pathogens effectively to ensure the safety of the threads
Moisture Removing
Moisture Removing
We have S-tier machines to keep the moisture content below 3%.
Nitrogen Filling
Nitrogen Filling
We prevent the air and moisture using nitrogen filling, it can extend the shelf life of the threads.

Cog Thread – The Ultimate FAQ Guide

Aging causes less collagen production in our skin and loss of facial fat, especially around the eye, neck, cheeks, and jowls. For this reason, the most recent development in the cosmetic industry is the introduction of Cog threads – widely used in medical suturing.

Thread lifting techniques like PDO cog threads pull your sagging skin upwards as threads are arranged in a crisscross pattern which helps promote collagen regeneration naturally. But a lot of confusion exists for this loudest buzzes treatment in the aesthetic industry.

Read this guide until the end if you’re confused and interested in learning more about the cog thread.

What Do Cog Threads Do?

As you age, your skin’s connective tissues start becoming thinner and undergo a type of ‘breakdown’ – lower collagen production. The face thus loses its elasticity, and you can see wrinkles start appearing. To combat this issue, COG Threads are specially designed – having a barbed texture – to anchor more firmly within your aging skin, stimulate collagen production, and give a better lifting effect.

Cog threads have barbs (a sharp point with a bit of curve near the end of an arrow) that hook onto the skin to give support and lift the sagging tissue.

These barbs make sure the cog thread doesn’t move. Moreover, barbs cause minor abrasions in your skin tissues, triggering the production of natural collagen. This collagen offers a better facelift – forms a new face shape – and makes the effect more effective and long-lasting.

What Do Cog Threads Do

What Are Cog Threads Made Of?

Cog threads are Polydioxanone (PDO) and PCL (polycaprolactone), which are bio-compatible materials clinically proven by surgeons and popular in medical suturing.

Yastrid Pdo PCL suture

What Is PDO Double Needle Cog Thread?

As the name suggests, a double-needle thread has two straight needles and one barbed PDO thread used for V-lifting, most commonly for eye lifting.

The most significant advantage of using double-needle cog thread is that there’s less use of threads. For example, you usually need 6pcs of threads for face lifting, but with double-needle cog thread, you only need 2pcs.

Yastrid PDO Double Needle Cog Thread

Are Cog Threads Safe?

Yes, cog thread lift is a low-risk procedure as you know that it is non-invasive and has no risk of severe bleeding, scarring, bruising or other complications post-treatment.

In sporadic and exceptional cases, patients may experience a little discomfort or their sutures (aka stitches) becoming visible under their skin.

Just remember: The doctors use PDO sutures to perform open-heart surgery, so there’s no doubt regarding its safety and effectiveness.

What Is COG Thread Lift?

Cog thread is an excellent non-invasive cosmetic technique to tighten and lift your sagging skin tissue in a few months. The procedure is safe and effective. Usually, the results of thread lift start appearing immediately after an operation.

The PDO thread starts absorbing after one month, and results can last 8-12 months. Whereas, PCL thread starts absorbing after three months, but results can last for a good 4-5 years.

Yastrid Cog Thread Lifting Video

Do Cog Thread Lifts Look Natural?

Yes, the results of the cog thread lift look natural and leave no scars.

The biocompatible cog threads are absorbable and dissolve into the skin within 4 to 6 months of the procedure.

Which Areas Are Treatable Using Cog Threads?

Cog Threads are most commonly used to lift your wrinkled cheeks – correcting nasolabial folds along your jawline so that your jowls don’t show up.

Likewise, it is used to correct sagginess in the neck, Marionette lines (sagging mouth), lifting eyebrows, lifting breasts and buttocks.

Moreover, cog thread also works as an alternative to non-surgical rhinoplasty.

The Goal of Cog Threads Procedure – Moderate Facelift

Will You Be Able to See The Cog Threads?

No, once inserted under your SMAS layer of the skin, the cog threads cannot be seen as it is very deep.

How Many Threads Are Used in a Cog Thread Lift?

A cog thread lift is customized as per the patient skin type, skin texture, and desired aesthetic goals. Usually, ten to fifteen pcs of barbed threads will be placed in the treated area; however, for better effect, your doctor can suggest twenty to thirty pcs for whole face lifting. But again, the number of threads required depends on your skin needs.

Just remember: Doctors use different threads for varying degrees of skin lift and tightening and can suggest best once your situation has been assessed.

What Are the Benefits of Cog Threads?

Top Benefits of Cog Threads Include

  • Reduced wrinkles and fine lines – encourage the natural collagen production
  • An instant lift of sagging skin that is caused by aging
  • Non-invasive, less painful procedure
  • Tighter looking skin after a single treatment
  • Brighter skin tone and skin rejuvenation
  • An excellent alternative to facelift surgery
  • Low incidence of complication – no hospital stay
  • No downtime – faster recovery
  • Contouring effect through a simple yet effective procedure
  • Minor side effects
  • Long-term results

Who’s the Best Candidate for a Cog Thread Lift?

Generally, both men and women in their late 30s and above start facing a problem of fine lines, mild to moderate drooping, wrinkles in the face, forehead, and neck are best candidates for cog thread lift treatment.

The doctors perform this procedure for a non-surgical eyelift/eyebrow lift or other body parts; the bulging stomach, fat thighs, and sagging upper arms.

In any case, you must be in good health and keep realistic expectations of cog thread lift treatment best suited to people who want to enhance/contour their skin appearance without undergoing invasive cosmetic surgery.

How Do You Use COG Threads?

The doctor will first inject a local anesthetic in the targeted area. After that, with the help of a sharp needle, the doctor will inject a small hole into your skin. A needle is required for this job because cog thread is a blunt cannula, and you cannot insert it directly into the skin, so with the help of the needle, the thread will then be inserted into your SMAS.

Just remember: There’s no need for individual microcannula because a cog thread is a blunt cannula with a PDO barbed suture inside – enough to do the procedure alone.

How Long Do Cog Thread Lift Procedure Last?

The cog thread lift procedure usually takes 45 to 60 minutes, depending on the treatment you require.

How Long Do Cog Threads Results Last?

PDO and PCL cog threads treatment encourages natural collagen synthesis. PDO threads start absorbing after one month, and results last up to 8 to 12 months.

PCL starts absorbing at four months, but usually, results will last 4 to 5 years.

However, the specific duration of your results is dependent on factors like the type and number of threads used to lift your skin, your age, the quality of the skin, your metabolism, degree of sagging, and several other factors.

Do Cog Threads Dissolve?

Yes, cog threads dissolve within 4 to 5 months after treatment. Once the threads dissolve, your skin benefits from collagen growth, which decreases fine lines and wrinkles, gives lifting tighter skin, a bright complexion, and a smooth skin texture.

An “absorbable cog thread” means that the thread will naturally break down and dissolve – after a few months passed- into the human body.

As said above, the number one absorbable cog thread is made up of Polydioxanone, which in the past was used for surgical stitches and most commonly used in HIKO nose thread lift.

Remember: Cog thread is highly safe but choosing a good quality FDA-approved thread with a longer lifetime is exceptionally beneficial.

*Yastrid cog threads are FDA approved and highly safe to use.

Can Cog Threads Be Removed?

Barbed and cogged threads, once inserted inside your skin, can only be removed with complication. If your doctor leaves the thread end in a superficial plane, there are high chances of granuloma formation – infections and inflammation.

What Does A Cog Thread Lift Feel Like?

That is a good question. Although cog thread lift is a minimally invasive procedure, still you may – possibly but not certainly – feel tightening/ light pressure under your skin.

But there are many factors associated with thread lifts that will determine how you feel after the treatment. Cog threads come in both small and large sizes. If you have gone through the facelift threads treatment, you may sometimes – for a few months – feel the cones under the thinnest area of your skin.

This happens because the larger cog threads have spirals, so you can occasionally feel a little discomfort. In contrast, the smaller cog threads are fine, get absorbed fast, and never show bumps.

Likewise, the pressure of threads you feel also depends on the expertise how they are placed. If the cog threads are placed deep inside the skin, you won’t get the desired result, and it depends on the physician’s experience to put them at the right level, so you get the best results without any feeling of discomfort.

Can Cog Thread Lift Break?

Yes, the threads may break if the patient rubs the skin hard, does excess facial movement, or gets exposed to moist environments.

What Happens If The Cog Thread Breaks?

The broken PDO cog thread poses no threat to the patient as this pull will settle with time.

The thread breakage occurs at the end – usually on the side of the jaw or below the neck – near the incision point. Although it doesn’t become visible, you can feel it.

How Do You Care After Cog Thread Lift Treatment?

In general, you can experience (but not necessarily) mild pain and swelling that lasts for 24-48 hours post-procedure. As per doctors ‘ advice, this is normal and can be treated at home by using a cold compress in the treated area while following other instructions and keeping your head elevated.

Unlike surgical procedures, there’s no rest required, and you can resume normal daily activities soon after the cog thread treatment. However, you should take care to ensure no undue pressure is put on the treated area.

Cog Thread Lift Aftercare

  • Avoid carrying weights – a big no to heavy lifting
  • Avoid wide-opening your mouth for at least three weeks
  • Avoid exfoliating your face
  • Avoid sleeping on the wrong side – sleep at your back
  • Avoid strenuous physical movements and exercise for 2-3 weeks
  • Avoid going outside without applying SPF 30+ sunblock
  • Avoid cosmetic laser treatments for three months
  • Avoid eating seafood and spicy food within one week.

Recovery time usually is about a week. However, your doctor can best advise you on the path towards a smooth and fast recovery. Follow-up examination visits are mandatory after the procedure.

When Can You Wear Makeup After Cog Thread Treatment?

It is not advisable to wear makeup soon after you get the treatment. However, in most cases, patients can wear lightweight moisturizer, sunscreen, a light foundation/concealer straight after treatment.

Just remember: If mild bruising occurs, you can cover this up using a lightweight natural shade concealer. But before application, do consult with your doctor.

Can You Use Cog Thread For Eye /Eyebrow Lift?

PDO Cog threads are synthetic, absorbable sutures that are entirely safe for eye lift treatment. Eye wrinkles occur due to the natural degradation of the muscles from aging – and the skin loses natural elasticity and collagen. Likewise, some people face skin sagging around the eye, which also happens due to the same reason. In both cases, cog thread lift treatment works best.

Note: The best size cog thread for eyebrow lift is 21g 60mm and 21g 90mm.

Remember: Non-Surgical eye lifts are painless — as no large incisions in the skin are required and are performed with topical anesthesia. This less invasive treatment has minimal downtime, faster recovery, and minimal cost to confidently refresh the eye area.

Can You Get Fox Eye With Cog Thread Lift?

The cog thread technique uses dissolvable sutures to naturally lift your upper eyelid and elongate your outer eyebrows (lifting the brow tail) to create a fox eye effect. This non-invasive fox eye treatment is gaining popularity among celebrities worldwide.

No anesthesia is required for a fox eye lift; just a few numbing injections would do the job. Also, there’s no rest required like in surgery, and within 24-48 hours, you’ll be back to work. But don’t forget to follow the after-care advice given by your doctor.


The cost of cog fox eye thread lift varies between $1,500 to $4,500.

Can You Botox After Cog Thread Lift?

While cog thread lift is an excellent option for lifting and contouring your skin, it does not work for other aesthetic desires which might need surgical procedures.

After threading, your skin becomes tighter, lifted, and refreshed; however, you can opt for other Botox if you want to maintain the results for long.

It is safe to combine this treatment with other non-invasive rejuvenation procedures, but first, you have to wait for cog thread treatment to take effect. Once threads dissolve, you can choose to have other anti-aging treatments as per your doctor’s advice.

*Many people often choose to combine thread lift with dermal fillers.

Are There Any Side Effects of Cog Threads?

Reportedly, PDO cog thread lifts have less risk of complications than painful facelift surgeries, primarily when performed by a trained doctor; there’s less risk of bleeding, severe bruising, or scarring. These minor side effects occur in only 15 to 20 percent of treatments but are corrected within 24-48 hours post-procedure.

Potential complications of a cog thread lift include:

  • visible sutures – usually problem occurs to those who have thin skin
  • snapping of threads
  • pain
  • inflammation
  • hair loss
  • infection
  • accumulation of blood (hematoma)
  • mild dimpling (orange/yellowish peel-like skin texture)
  • salivary gland injury

Furthermore, thread breakage is also a potential side effect, but this occurs due to exfoliating skin, excess facial movement, or exposure to moisture.

Treatments of the complications mentioned above are highly valued. Doctors may remove sutures when barbed threads get displaced.

Did you know? A few trained specialists prefer inserting extra cog threads to ensure the strength and longevity of the procedure.

Which is Better Cog Threads or Fillers?

Cog thread lifts give a lifting and tightening effect in a one-time procedure. Whereas fillers do not give this dual effect and are used for filling the sunken – volumize specific areas.

Cog thread provides a moderate lift, whereas fillers provide mild lifting capacity and also require touch-ups.

Hence, we can happily say that cog thread is better than fillers as it is a non-surgical treatment that gives exceptional benefits to the patients.

Can You Be Allergic To Cog Threads?

As said above, doctors have used Polydioxanone (PDO) threads for over three decades in heart surgery and other surgical procedures. So, cog threads are a newly invented form of PDO threads that are equally safe and not allergic reactions can occur.

How Much Do Cog Threads Cost?

A cog thread lift is pocket-friendly than traditional invasive aesthetic procedures.

The average cost of the procedure is around $2,250, but it may vary according to different factors.

When Can You Sleep On Your Side After Cog Threads?

Sleeping on your stomach or side puts pressure on your face. It is essential to take care of your sleeping position. The doctor’s advice is to sleep on your back for – about a week after the cog thread treatment – with your head straight propped up on a pillow, so there are no chances of pain. This sleeping position will also help you minimize a minor swelling you immediately get after a thread lift.

Is Cog Thread Lift Permanent?

A cog thread lift is temporary – usually lasts 2 to 3 years. You should note that any facelift procedure can’t stop the aging process completely, but the results remain visible for many years.

How Many Times Can You Do A Cog Thread Lift?

As said above, while the results of cog thread last longer than some of the other facial rejuvenation treatments, you must receive maintenance treatments every one year in case of PDO thread lifting and three years in PCL procedures.

In both cases, it’s better to go with your doctor’s advice as he/she will suggest you better – considering your desired goals specific age-reversal needs.

Can Cog Threads Cause Nerve Damage?

Cog threads are absorbable and 100% safe procedure, so there are no chances of nerve damage if get it done by a professionally trained specialist. However, it may feel like a sharp nerve pain for a few seconds during a procedure.

There may be visible protrusion of long thick cog threads from the skin, but this can be resolved after a single visit to your doctor, who can cut the thread back.

Just remember that serious complications like facial nerve damage or blood vessels damage might only occur if you get the procedure done by an inexperienced doctor. The worst you can get is facial paralysis, so do not risk your skin and health.

Can Cog Threads Cause Blood Clots?

A little bleeding during the cog thread procedure is normal. You may get a hematoma or a small blood clot that requires treatment by drainage.

The care after the procedure is important. Otherwise, there’s a higher risk of bleeding within the first week preceding the procedure.

Are Cog Threads Worth It?

Yes, cog thread is worth your hard-earned money as this “No Blade Facelift” is the emerging trend among top celebrities and is now gaining popularity among ordinary men and women. After all, who doesn’t want to look young and fresh without undergoing painful surgical procedures?

How Do You Care for Cog Threads?

Cog thread storage instructions include

1. Avoid keeping the thread box under direct sunlight

2. Do not expose the cog thread box to moisture

3. Don’t put it inside the fridge

4. Once you open the foil bag, it is advisable to use it within the period of one month.

*The shelf life of the cog thread is two years.

How to Choose Trustworthy Cog Threads Manufacturer?

Besides taking care of the other things, you must buy cog threads from a trustworthy leading manufacturer whose threads meet CE2291 & ISO13485 standards.

Yastrid, having 16 years of experience, not only provides high-quality cog threads at affordable factory-direct prices, but their prompt delivery ensures their 5000pcs PDO facelift threads’ daily production capacity.

Key Tips to Choose Cog Thread Manufacturer

  • Must have decades of experience in the field of manufacturing threads
  • Must use imported machinery for cutting the barb in smooth texture
  • Must have a professional, user-friendly website
  • Must have a social media presence – Facebook, Instagram
  • Must be budget-friendly
  • Must be willing to provide samples before accepting bulk orders
  • Must have excellent customer service – 24/7
  • Must ensure faster delivery
  • Must have quality department

The Verdict

COG thread lifts have the great potential to re-define your facial contours and induce the production of natural collagen; the essential part is to get it done by trained specialists who use premium-quality threads for the procedure.

We hope this informative guide will help you make the right choice.

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