The number of people who are seeking cosmetic surgery has dropped by more than 40% in the last year. One of the reasons for this could be the rise in the popularity and availability of non-surgical cosmetic procedures that are designed to refine areas of the face and upper body. People are willing to focus on the face, which is usually the first place we look when assessing someone’s appearance.
The range of non-surgical cosmetic procedures has grown significantly and now includes treatments like Botox, dermal fillers, Ultherapy, chemical peels and laser hair removal to name just a few.
Why do people want it?
The reason that so many people are considering these procedures is typically because they want to reverse or halt the signs of aging. Culturally, the significance placed on youthful looks is substantial. Taking control of the process and making the adjustments you want to your look can increase your confidence before you even start to experience the effects.
Many celebrities have had cosmetic procedures like these and been willing to talk about them because the stigma that once surrounded enhancements of this nature no longer exists.
What can Ultherapy offer you?
Ultherapy is, perhaps, less well known than something like Botox but offers some important benefits. It is a procedure that uses ultrasound to stimulate the deep layers in the skin and cause a regeneration effect that tightens up the surface and reduces the appearance of lines. Unlike dermal fillers and similar treatments, no injections are required. This is great news for people who have found this aspect of non-surgical procedures off-putting.
Ultherapy can be used over a wide area covering the neck, chin, eyes and décolletage. Some other options are more limited when it comes to areas where they are effective.
When you have Ultherapy, the results come on naturally over the course of two to three months. You will be able to see some effect straight away so that you know that it is working but the full change takes a little more time. The longevity of the results varies from person to person depending on lifestyle factors and the natural processes in your body.