We all want to look our best, and we know that proper skin care can keep us looking younger for many years. People in their 20s and 30s have a better understanding of how taking care of their skin now can stave off problems in the future. But is there an age that is too young to consider Ultherapy?
What is Ultherapy?
Ultherapy is an FDA-approved treatment for tightening the skin on your neck, chin or brow area to improve fine lines on your decolletage and chest. The reduction of collagen in these areas over time leads to an older appearance. Ultherapy works by stimulating collagen production, giving your skin a much fuller and smoother appearance. You can see an almost immediate improvement to the treated area, and will notice much smoother skin over the following three to six months, as new collagen is produced.
How Young is Too Young?
Many people in their 20s are seeking out preventive treatments to keep their skin young and healthy. The collagen in the chest area starts to break down during your late 20s, so this is an excellent time to begin Ultherapy treatments. As you move into your 30s, the collagen breakdown starts to become more noticeable, and more fine lines appear during this time. This is especially true if you have experienced several years of sun exposure.
Ultherapy can help reverse these signs by boosting collagen. The age group that seems to have the most beneficial results are those in their 30s, as they may be experiencing some skin sagging, but it has not reached a very noticeable point. Ultherapy can help maintain a youthful appearance, and can also help delay more intensive treatments, such as facelift, later in life.
Why LM Medical NYC?
Dr. Lesley Rabach and Dr. Morgan Rabach are dedicated to providing you with safe treatment options that offer long-lasting results. They are committed to restoring your confidence, and believe that Ultherapy is an excellent way to give your skin a natural-looking, younger appearance that will leave you feeling and looking your best. Call today to schedule your consultation and ask about how Ultherapy could help you.
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