Leading NYC Medical Spa Offers Non-Invasive Skin Tightening Treatment as a Non-Surgical Alternative to a Facelift or Neck Lift
More millennials are turning to Ultherapy, which uses micro-focused ultrasound energy to stimulate collagen and elastin for the lifting of the skin on the neck, chin, and brow, without surgery or downtime.
NEW YORK, March 30, 2020 (Newswire.com) - Ultherapy is a novel body contouring treatment that stimulates collagen and elastin to address skin laxity of the brow, chin, and neck. This popular procedure, available at SKINNEY Medspa, “provides our clients with a non-surgical alternative to invasive skin-tightening procedures such as a neck lift or facelift,” says Adriana Martino, leading esthetician and co-founder of the New York City-based medical spa. “Ultherapy meets a strong demand among our client base for non-invasive alternatives for contouring the body,” explains Martino. She further comments, “Our clients live busy lives. They cannot accommodate the lengthy recovery time that is required with cosmetic surgery. Furthermore, they prefer a more natural approach to rejuvenating their appearance than going under the knife.”
Ultherapy is FDA cleared for addressing skin laxity. It is commonly used to treat loose neck skin, sagging brows, and jowling around the jawline. Unlike other non-invasive skin tightening treatments that use lasers or radiofrequency, Ultherapy passes through the surface of the skin to target the precise depth of tissue where collagen and elastin are produced in the dermis. According to Martino, “Ultherapy’s micro-focused ultrasound energy heats the deeper layers of the dermis. This stimulates a thermal effect under the skin,” Thermal energy kicks the body’s natural production of collagen and elastin into overdrive. “Elastin and Collagen are structural proteins that provide a scaffolding for our skin. They keep the tissue looking firm and taut,” Martino explains.
“Ultherapy will not deliver the same results as an actual facelift,” advises Martino, “but it’s an ideal alternative for men and women with mild to moderate skin laxity around the face, neck, and chin.” Martino sees a trend of younger clients in their late 20s or 30s desiring the treatment. “Younger adults opt for ultrasonic therapy to ward off the first signs of sagging skin. It’s a new trend called ‘prejuvenation.’ More millennials are incorporating proactive treatments into their skincare regime to fortify their skin and prolong their youthful appearance,” explains Martino.
For individuals living in New York City, SKINNEY Medspa invites them into one of their three Manhattan locations to learn more about Ultherapy and why it’s hailed as the leading non-surgical skin tightening treatment in the world. Alternatively, people can reach out to SKINNEY Medspa by visiting their website at http://skinneymedspa.com/ or calling (212) 754-6639 to schedule a free consultation.
Director of Operations at SKINNEY Medspa
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