There are various treatments, products, and procedures out there that can make people look younger: effective topical serums, derma-fillers and injections, for example. Unfortunately, there is one particular problem of aging that these methods simply cannot fix without surgery: the sagging skin that requires a proper face-lift. Well, Ulthera provides an innovative solution that can help with this particular problem: Ultherapy.
Ultherapy basically refers to a non-surgical procedure for the neck and face that uses nothing but ultrasound to tone and lift sagging and loose skin without any downtime. The procedures is FDA-approved and can even be used on the brow, skin and chin. As such, it really isn't any wonder why it has become the ultimate treatment for a lot of women to turn to in place of face lifts.
Celebrities, such as Vanessa Williams, Courtney Cox, Elisabeth Hasselbeck and Brooke Burke have all tried Ultherapy with stunning results. The Real Housewives of New Jersey star Jacqueline Laurita attests that Ultherapy can help provide collagen and thus firm everything up, which is what most women want nowadays.
Jacqueline Laurita went to Tennessee's Gold Skin Care Center to get her Ultherapy done and her doctor, Dr. Michael Gold, has been administering this procedure since 2010 and has done more than 500 Ultherapy treatments within that timespan, only 2 of which came back for seconds. What he loves most about the treatment is the fact that it actually works. While there may be a lot of other skin-tightening methods out there, Ultherapy proves to be the most effective one to date.
Ultherapy can greatly help with eyelid dropping, jowls, and tired faces without the need for incisions. Since there are so many anti-aging treatments out there for the face, women tend to forget their necks. Well, Ultherapy can treat that particular area, as well. The results of this particular treatment evolve over a few weeks, which is great for women who want to keep their treatments a secret. Here are some photos to showcase the effectiveness of Ultherapy as a whole.
Unfortunately, loose and sagging skin is practically inevitable as people age. Hopefully, Ultherapy will evolve into other body parts in the future, as well. How great would that be?