Even screen sirens needed some extra help in the old days of film-making. To help the most crinkled faces, early cinematographers started “Vaselensing,” coating the camera lens with Vaseline—a practice that seems both quaint and kind in this era of HD cameras capable of discerning every pore and all but the most undetectable dermatological interventions.
People think that the true beauties of the world don’t do anything. The reality is that they just have a lot of subtle work—a little bit of everything. It’s only the bad work that we notice. Indeed, Dr Low Chai Ling, founder of SW1 Clinic reports that one noted perfectionist visited her clinic almost daily for two weeks, receiving microdroplets of lip filler until her mouth achieved its ideal shape. “My A-lister patients want very slow and steady improvement rather than a dramatic change in one visit,” Dr Low says.
Here are 5 reasons why you should be undergoing Ultherapy right now.
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#1 Lifts & Tightens your skin in one session
#2 Protects against future aging
After Ultherapy, your skin does not age at its usual pace. Instead, it ages at a slower pace for a period of time after the treatment, thereby granting you an additional edge in the aging race. This is great for the busy executives who do not have surplus time to invest in repeated treatments or bother about maintenance regimes to enhance their results.
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#3 Ultherapy can define and shape your lower face
What is less well -known but is an effect of Ultherapy nonetheless is that in trained hands, Ultherapy can penetrate deep enough to slim and sculpt tissues. “This is particularly useful for patients with jowls who desire a V-shaped face or patients with double chin” says Dr Low Chai Ling.
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#4 There is no downtime
True, there are procedures that confer greater facial lifting effects. Take a mini-facelift for example. But these procedures will all require some sort of downtime, which means you can’t get away with saying “I’ve not had anything done.”
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#5 Decreased sweating
An unlikely awards-season target zone? Armpits. Sweat reduction is a welcome Ultherapy side effect. So imagine the effect on your face— smaller pores, matte skin that has the effect of peaches and cream.
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