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Non-Invasive Skin Tightening Treatments

Is your face beginning to show early signs of age? Has the skin become thin and loose, and appeared to have lost volume? If you answered yes to these questions, then you may be a good candidate for facial rejuvenation treatments. Less invasive aesthetic options like Ultherapy and Exilis are now available. These treatments tighten the skin, and soften and balance the face.

Ultherapy
This is a non-invasive procedure that delivers focused ultrasound energy to the skin, and is often used on the face and neck. The ultrasound energy penetrates to the support layers of the skin, but does not disturb the surface. The heat causes the tissue to contract and tighten, and also simulates collagen.

It is a very successful procedure that is ideally suited for patients interested in facial rejuvenation, who are not quite ready for a surgical procedure. There is no downtime, so patients can return to regular activities right away. There will be noticeable improvement in the tightening of the skin in the months immediately following treatment, and final results last up to 18 months.

Exilis
Exilis is a non-invasive radio frequency treatment that is used for facial rejuvenation, and body contouring. It heats the deep tissue of the skin, and remodels collagen thereby encouraging skin tightening. Exilis is fast and pain-free, and has no downtime. Each session lasts for about 20 minutes, and it usually takes about 4 to 6 sessions to achieve maximum results.

If you are contemplating embarking on the aesthetic journey and getting facial rejuvenation treatments, be sure to choose an experienced professional. Dr.  Linda Kelley of Cobb Wellness and Aesthetics in Roswell, GA has many years of experience in skin care. If you are interested in learning more then call (770) 649-0094, or visit them on the web at http://www.cwaesthetics.com/contact-us/.

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