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Ultherapy: The Face & Mood Lifter



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An Introduction to Ultherapy

Ageing results in the break down of collagen and the slackening of the elastin in our skin, meaning everything moves south and becomes more lax, as skin loses its strength and vitality.

Although surgery is a fantastic fix for these issues, many would rather try non-surgical facelift options first. Thankfully, there is now a plethora of non-invasive treatments that can provide outstanding results, and Ultherapy is one of them.

How Does It Work?

Ultherapy non-surgical facelift uses ultrasound technology to work the innermost layers of the skin, lifting and firming the treated area. It is a great non-surgical option and because it is non-invasive, there is no real downtime associated with it, unlike traditional surgical methods which can have lengthy recovery periods and a high possibility of scarring. The treatment creates a controlled wound which encourages the body’s natural healing processes to produce collagen, a vital protein that gives skin its strength. This increased collagen synthesis continues for 3 – 12 months following treatment, meaning you will reap the benefits of Ultherapy for a sustained period of time, with results improving during this time.

before & after therapy

What Makes It Different?

It is the only device on the market that has been proven to lift the skin, and it is FDA cleared, backed with extensive clinical research. It is extremely popular in the US, and PHI Clinic is proud to have been one of the first clinics in the UK to provide this treatment.

To book an in depth consultation with one of our highly trained clinicians about loose skin on your face, call 0207 034 5999 today and one of our friendly team members will help you book an appointment at a time and date that suits you. Alternatively, you can email us on info@phiclinic.com or log an enquiry through our website for more information.

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