Skin Tightening Made Easy By Dr. Lombardi on January 19, 2017

It’s easy to take tight, elastic skin for granted when you are 17 or 27, but as you get older you begin to realize that your skin simply doesn’t have the same tightness and shine as it used to. This is disappointing and frustrating, but fortunately there are solutions.


If you’re looking to treat your face or neck, Aluma is the perfect non-surgical way to make it happen. Aluma by Lumenis harnesses a gentle suction to pull the skin in and apply a controlled dose of radiofrequency energy into the foundation of the skin. This RF energy triggers the body to produce more collagen, which in turn stimulates the skin’s internal healing process.

This process makes Aluma an excellent choice to lift and tighten the skin without any surgery, anesthesia, or scarring. As time passes, you’ll notice your skin looking firmer, smoother, and more contoured, particularly the delicate skin around the eyes where lasers can’t always be applied. Most patients receive four to five Aluma treatments spaced about a week apart. First fine lines and wrinkles smooth away, then increased stores of collagen improve complexion and generate smoother, tighter, and firmer skin.


Ultherapy is another non-invasive treatment that can lift the neck, under-chin area, and brow. It utilizes ultrasound energy to work its magic because precise levels of ultrasound energy can be delivered straight to the skin’s foundation with harming the surface of the skin. Just like the RF energy utilized in Aluma, the ultrasound energy in Ultherapy triggers the skin to produce fresh collagen, the protein that gives skin its structure and strength. As more collagen is developed, the skin lifts, tightens, and is liberated from wrinkles and fine lines.

Since this is a completely natural and comfortable treatment that doesn’t require any invasion or downtime, it’s a very popular choice for skin solutions. Best of all, the results are visible immediately and continue to build through the course of treatments over two or three months. It’s a quick and simple way to turn back the hands of time.

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