The Truth About Utherapy Non-Surgical Facelifts
Let’s be honest. America is obsessed with youth! The celebrities we adore get younger each year. The appearance we all aspire to is smooth and wrinkle-free. And everyone knows youthful good looks opens the door to social and professional success. At the same time, 76 million Americans were born between 1946 and 1964. These are our baby boomers, and if you’re among them, you’re anything but resigned to aging gracefully.
Our advice? Don’t let those emerging sags and bags hold you back, especially now that Ultherapy is available. This non-surgical facelift protocol is sweeping the country and in its wake, the before and after photos tell a story of youth renewed. Yes, Ultherapy really works. Just ask the many plastic surgeons who are now prescribing this procedure to patients who aren’t ready for a more risky surgical approach.
Instead of a scalpel, Ultherapy uses ultrasound technology to target the supporting tissues deep below the skin’s surface. In so doing, the protocol stimulates collagen production, which declines with age. Because collagen is the building block that makes skin resilient and elastic, it’s increased production induces a pronounced lifting and tightening of the epidermal tissues.
Expect no pain, no downtime, no incisions, and no painful recovery. But do expect results that improve over the course of up to six months. You’ll see the difference as your forehead furrows begin to disappear and the deep lines from nose to mouth and mouth to chin start to soften noticeably. Additionally, the chin, jaw and neck respond especially well to this treatment, so prepare to be delighted with the tightening of your double chin and “turkey” neck.
Raved one patient, “In just 90 minutes the treatment was over and I went straight into a meeting. I saw results after about 10 days, but that was just the tip of the iceberg. The lifting and tightening continued for several months after treatment, delivering gradual results that are completely natural. Everyone but my family attributes the new me to more sleep, more exercise, and a healthier diet.“