Hi Leslie - you don't have to worry about spammers - we'll take care of them for you. But I'm really pleased that you're taking pride in your story! It is a compelling one for sure, and beautifully told.
Hi SoiraaLee! Thanks for reading, and for the questions! Non-invasive procedures are typically considered procedures that do not require an incision, or for the skin to be broken (like with an injection). So, any of the laser treatments and Ulthera are all considered non-invasive. That said, there may be some redness and swelling after those procedures, and some down time associated with them because of the redness. As far as preventative products go, both doctors recommend sunscreen as the best thing you can buy to protect your skin. Most doctors I have ever spoken to have told me to use sunscreens with physical blockers, such as titanium and zinc, because they last longer in the sun than chemical blockers. I hope this helps!
You're so very welcome! I'm glad you found it useful! If you ever decide to try any of these treatments, let us know how it goes for you!