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Aging is a natural process in life that occurs when one peaks in maturity.
Along with the wisdom and accomplishments that come with getting older, science also teaches us that our body undergoes progressive changes such as loss of skin elasticity and creasing of the skin.
While youth is fleeting, technology allows men and women to grow older gracefully.
A premier non-surgical face lift treatment called Ultherapy is gaining popularity in the world of skincare and beauty.
Ultherapy is a non-invasive procedure that promises to smooth, firm, and reduce fat on the skin without the use of a scalpel. It is from Merz, a private pharmaceutical company based in Germany.
“Having been in 35 countries, I have noticed that patients are always looking for something to lift their skin and trying to avoid getting cut. They also try to avoid surgery at all costs because of the fear of looking unnatural,” says Dr. Sabrina Fabi.
With little to no downtime and at a fraction of the cost of a surgical facelift, the only US FDA-approved procedure lifts the skin using micro-focused ultrasound technology and stimulates the body’s own healing process, treating the deeper layers of the skin without disrupting the surface.
Dubbed a “lunchtime procedure,” Ultherapy can be performed in less than an hour. The age-reversing results, according to Dr. Fabi, are visible in three months, and the effects can last for 18 months.
With little to no downtime and at a fraction of the cost of a surgical facelift, the only US FDA-approved procedure lifts the skin using micro-focused ultrasound technology and stimulates the body’s own healing process, treating the deeper layers of the skin without disrupting the surface
Clients can have it done on the brow, the under chin, neck, and décolletage. For optimum results, it can be done every year.
In the Philippines, as more Filipinos discover the treatment as a new partner in bringing out their best selves, Ultherapy expands its services by introducing Ultherapy For Two, a new campaign that seeks to champion how taking care of yourself allows you to take better care of the people around you.
“No matter how busy I am because of work and being a mom and wife, I make sure there’s room to slip in some me-time, the way I do with Ultherapy,” says former actress Lucy Gomez, who is Ultherapy’s newest ambassador together with her husband Richard Gomez. “What I like about Ultherapy is that you can leave to take care of your family or work immediately afterward. You take care of the physical, emotional, and spiritual aspects of your life so that everything comes together.”
Ultherapy is now available in 62 partner clinics nationwide.