Many of my patients come to me with the same vague yet very real complaint: “I look tired.” But what exactly do they mean by this? Sometimes, they can’t even put their finger on it. Sometimes they take their hands and lift the skin around their face or bring pictures of a younger version of themselves. But from a medical perspective, what makes someone age?
While jowls and chins may sag, nasolabial folds may thin, and wrinkles may form, one of the most obvious signs of aging is in the eyes. Eyes are the window to who you are. They are the first thing people look at to assess character, mood, and condition. When the eyes are clouded by excess skin, the eyebrows lower, and the eyes look smaller, it gives the impression that one is fatigued.
However, Ultherapy offers a new and unprecedented way to change this. Previously, we could fill eye bags, relax wrinkling skin with Botox, or dramatically pull back excess skin with surgery. But never before could we use technology to actually stimulate your own body to turn back the clock!
Using precise ultrasound waves, we can signal the body to produce collagen and tighten fibrous tissue: naturally raising your brow. When this is done using your own natural resources, it results in a gradual, and most importantly natural change. This means you don’t risk that excess unnatural taut skin from a surgical brow lift.
Sound too good to be true? Check out Non-Surgical FaceLifts on YouTube or visit my site links on the left. Ulthera has been featured in many magazines, on mainstream television shows, and in many clinical trials proving its safety and efficacy…some of which I myself have conducted.
Open your eyes to Ulthera and it will return the favor!