I'm 29 years old. Is Ultherapy option for me? Silhouette Instalift vs Ultherapy (photos)
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Ultherapy could be a great option to promote skin tightening and collagen building without surgery. This procedure can correct sagging skin on the forehead, jawline, and neck. Ultrasound energy targets the deepest layers of the skin, tightening the area from the inside out. An immediate improvement can be seen. Collagen will continue to grow under the skin, providing continued tightening over a three-month period. Visiting a professional provider can help to best determine if Ultherapy is a good option for you.
Ultherapy is a great choice for skin tightening. I would recommend following up with a reputable provider for an evaluation and physical exam.
I'm 29 years old. Is Ultherapy option for me? Silhouette Instalift vs Ultherapy
There is no correct answer but the long-term results of Silhouette Lift are not know, but based on past similar products, they last no more than 1 year. Two to three Ulthera treatments may be better.
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