The latest in Korean techniques is the nose tip reduction. Which uses a common solution to reduce the volume and hydration bonds in bulbous noses. The reducer does not require any downtime and is pain free with analgesic.

In addition to the solution, PDO threads can be used. PDO threads are made of polydioxanone, a biocompatible material that dissolves over time. The threads are inserted into the skin using a needle, and they create a subtle lift and tightening effect by stimulating collagen production in the area. When used on the nose tip, PDO threads can help to reduce the appearance of a bulbous or droopy tip by creating a more defined and lifted shape.

To reduce the size of the nose tip, injectors may use a combination of PDO threads and dermal fillers. For example, PDO threads can be inserted into the tip to create a subtle lift, while filler can be used to add volume and shape to the area. The specific technique used will depend on the individual patient's needs and goals, as well as the experience and expertise of the injector. It's important to seek out a qualified and experienced injector who can help you achieve the results you want while minimizing the risks and potential side effects associated with these treatments.