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Following a drought of two years without the new developments within the anti aging industry, there is a exciting and new device out there called Ulthera. This device is printed in USA and seems to be the subsequent big wave in the world of aesthetics. Before, most of the devices which are out there are variations of pre-existing technology. The Ulthera doesn’t use laser or light, but Ultrasounds waves.
Employing a probe that scans skin and allows us to note that we have been delivering the ultrasound energy for the desired skin layer, it causes collagen regrowth and skin lifting. It is especially just the thing for hooding near the eyes. You’ll find preliminary observations that it reduces dynamic lines too. As it uses ultrasound, this device is colour blind, like Thermage, it can be safe all skin colours that’s extremely important within our multicultural island. It’ll be hitting our island by later.
Engaging thermal damage to stimulate the wound process of healing, intervening healthy tissue from the epidermis right down to the purpose of therapy is mercifully spared, leaving the top skin virtually clear of any possible unwanted effects.
The process is slightly painful with no anaesthetic cream but upon application of some topical anaesthesia, the procedure can be relatively painless. It takes approximately 40 minutes to execute a full face treatment there maybe some slight erythema (redness) initially for the first half hour. The final results happens gradually over a period of 3-6 months and when more improvement is desired, it can be repeated then. Otherwise maintenance once a year is sufficient to keep your skin tight and cushty.
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