Ultherapy: Don’t Let Time Be A Cruel Thief Of Your Youth

People always say: “We are only young once.” Signs of ageing can show as early as in your 20s. So don’t take it for granted, maintain it with Ultherapy!

It’s true that we should seize the moment, take a leap of faith, and do what we’ve always wanted to do before it’s too late. But it also means that our youthful looks are fleeting and before you know it, you spot sagging cheeks, droopy eyelids, deepening laugh lines, and wrinkles. And if you have been adopting the “work hard, play hard” attitude, eyebags are inevitable.

You know what’s worse? Signs of ageing can show as early as in your 20s. So don’t take it for granted, maintain it! Even supermodel Cindy Crawford has confessed to regular trips to the doctor for Botox and dermal fillers since the age of 29.

But even as you search for a treatment, be sure you invest in the right one.

Ultherapy: Scientifically-proven method

Research shows that fibroblasts are critical in the firming process. They are the main connective tissue cells present in our body, and this cell promotes the production of collagen. “That is why it is important for consumers to zoom in on evidence-based therapies that are effective in stimulating fibroblasts and collagen production rather than believe in beauty hearsay,” says Dr. Terence Tan, Director, Halley Medical Aesthetics.

Ultherapy is one such example. Ultherapy is the only US Food and Drug Administration (FDA)- approved non-invasive, no-downtime skin tightening treatment that uses focused ultrasound and the body’s own natural healing process to lift, tone, and tighten loose skin. Using ultrasound technology, Ultherapy works from the inside-out to lift and tighten skin non-invasively. The body’s response to this energy is to recondition tired skin by stimulating the growth of fresh, new collagen. The result is a tightening and gradual lifting—or shifting—of the skin back into a more youthful position and form-fitting shape.

Ultherapy: Not just for mature audience only

Ultherapy for treating eyebags costs $290 at Halley Medical Aesthetics.
Ultherapy for treating eyebags costs $290 at Halley Medical Aesthetics.

While many often associate Ultherapy as a treatment for people in the 40s and beyond, people in the 20s and 30s should not pooh-pooh the use of Ultherapy for themselves. It is never too early to start a maintenance strategy to extend your youthful looks by looking at ways to generate collagen growth. And what’s more, Ultherapy can be used for spot treatments, treating specific areas that are starting to show signs of ageing or which are bothering you. For instance, Ultherapy can be used for a brow lift as well as treat:
– Eyebags
– Crows’ feet
– Wrinkles and sagging skin around their eyes
– Drooping jowls

Are you ready to look younger as you grow older?

 

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