There are a variety of energy devices on the market these days that claim to leave clients with tighter skin, but do they really work?
Introduced years ago, these devices have had quite a bit of fine tuning since their original unveiling, and today in most cases, you get what you pay for. The biggest issue plaguing customers was undergoing these procedures with false hope of fixing a bigger issue.
If you need a traditional facelift, these types of energy devices won’t produce the results you’re looking for, but for slight sagging issues (face or otherwise), these could be your best bet.
With all of the different options available it can be confusing to know which to pick, but within the medical community it always seems to come down to two: Thermage and Ultherapy.
When performed by an experienced medical professional, these treatments boast little risk of nerve damage, fat atrophy, or over correction. Results can be seen in around 3-6 weeks as with most skin tightening procedures, although results are often mixed.
For one, Thermage has been on the marker for over ten years. Within that time, there has been a lot of trial and error, as with anything new, and now they have really optimized the experience. CPT coolers aid in creating a less painful experience, and this type of treatment can be used under the eyes whereas Ultherapy can only be administered in the outer orbital area.
Ultherapy, a much newer service, has a higher rating on Real Self and is the only FDA approved device used to tighten and lift the chin, neck, and eyebrows. The science behind Ultherapy is newer and uses ultrasound to go deeper under the skin. This new depth of heat is what helps to tighten and lift the skin so effectively.
Both have proven benefits and can provide you with results, the choice is yours!
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