smile beauty skin Sandi Bachom, 69, a filmmaker and producer in Manhattan, tried Ultherapy and loves it for keeping away inevitable wrinkles. She had tried Botox earlier because she feared invasive procedures. Now she’s a big fan of Ultherapy.

Key takeaways:

  • Ultherapy is a procedure through which ultrasound waves are sent through skin to give it a lift. The effects of several sessions of ultherapy can last two years.
  • The procedure is a fifteen-minute undertaking that is a bit uncomfortable. However, there are no incidences of peeling, bruising and even the needle marks.
  • Ultherapy is safe but is not recommended for people with skin conditions, cold sores, pacemakers, and for thin people since ultherapy kills fat cells.

The way it works: The ultrasound waves are so strong (and painful — some patients pop a couple of Percocets beforehand) that they actually kill fat cells, although it takes about eight weeks for results to show, Dr. Karcher said.

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