Skin laxity is a problem that affects everyone; as we age, our skin loses collagen and elastin, proteins that help keep it firm and plump, which causes a loose or sagging look.
This FDA approved treatment can be used as a preventive measure or to treat an existing problem to lift the face and tighten the neck in the long term.Book consultation
Before and after Ultrasound treatment
Ultrasound treatment (High Intensity Focused Ultrasound) can be used to control this laxity by delivering precisely targeted controlled pulses of ultrasound to areas of concern, which starts a process called thermal coagulation. This causes existing collagen fibres to denature, which stimulates new collagen synthesis and regeneration. This is a non-invasive procedure that does not negatively affect the outer layer of skin, bypassing the surface to deliver energy to the deeper layers to promote collagen production.
Ultrasound treatments can be used to address loose skin on the décolletage, jawline, eyebrows, chin, neck, nasolabial folds (between the nose and mouth), and eyelids, as well as being able to affect uneven skin tone and texture, and even reducing the size of large pores.
Results are noticeable almost immediately in some cases, and continue to improve for up to a year after treatment, with no downtime.
At PHI Clinic we have a range of ultrasound treatments; to find out which treatment is right for you, book a no obligation consultation with one of our highly experienced clinicians today.
Frequently Asked Questions
One session of ultrasound is generally enough to produce noticeable results, but you can have follow up treatments.
The ideal candidate is someone who has noticed a relaxed look to the skin, where it has sagged or drooped slightly.
One of our Aesthetic Technicians will perform this treatment.
The face and neck are currently the only areas that can be treated, but other areas are being researched.
There is no downtime associated with this treatment, but you may be advised not to have a hot bath or exercise for 2 days following your procedure.
This treatment can cause slight redness or sensitivity in the treated areas, but these side effects usually subside within a few hours.