Ultherapy targets deep layers in the skin without disrupting the surface targeting sagging skin. Small, targeted areas of soft tissue are heated up, as a result, the tissue naturally contracts & creates new collagen, which lifts the skin appearing firmer
Ultherapy is a way to improve the condition of the skin without the need for surgery. It uses ultrasound technology to lift loose skin for a more toned appearance. Ultherapy targets deep layers in the skin without disrupting the surface. The ultrasound enables the surgeon to see all of the layers of the skin to make sure that the energy is targeted to the place that will produce the best results.
Small, targeted areas of soft tissue are heated up. As a result, the tissue naturally contracts and creates new collagen, which lifts the skin and makes it appear firmer and less saggy. The best results are achieved when the heat from the ultrasound rays is applied to the correct depths of tissue. Ultherapy is unique in that it can target deep, specific layers in the skin without ever damaging the surface.
The ultrasound applied to the skin causes the tissue to contract and produce new collagen, tightening and toning the skin. The heat that is administered is intense and can cause some discomfort. The degree of this discomfort will vary for each patient and for each area that is being treated. For example, areas that are bonier can often be more sensitive to Ultherapy. Temporary numbing sensations can appear after the procedure, but there is no downtime required once this treatment has been completed.
Ultherapy uses ultrasound to improve the appearance of the skin without needing to perform surgery. The deep, foundation layer of the tissue in the skin can be targeted with Ultherapy, without ever cutting the surface.
Ultherapy can start at £450 for a small area such as an eyebrow. A full facial treatment with the neck and lips can cost £3,999.