When we think of signs of aging, we tend to focus on the secondary effects: fine lines and wrinkles. But the actual cause is often loss of volume, which is natural as we age. This leaves the skin lax, allowing for lines, wrinkles and even sagging.
Both Profound and Ultherapy tighten the skin, but one will be better for you than the other.
So it stands to reason that one of the best ways to reverse signs of aging is to tighten and plump up the skin. Two options available to you that don’t require surgery are Profound and Ultherapy. But which is right for you?
Profound vs. Ultherapy: Similarities and Differences
Both Ultherapy and Profound are non-invasive skin treatments that tighten the skin and boost collagen and elastin – replacing lost volume. They can be used on the brow, jawline and chest.
Between the two, Ultherapy is the less powerful treatment. It is only suited to those who have mild skin laxity. It is considered best for younger patients who want to prevent signs of aging from developing or stop them right as they first become noticeable.
Profound also has more applications. In addition to tightening skin on the face and neck, it can be used on the legs, thighs and butt to tighten the skin and reduce cellulite. On top of this, it treats more areas of the face, including around the lips.
Even if you are just noticing signs of aging, we still think Profound is the better treatment to choose. To learn more about it, contact Simply Smooth at 813-877-8067 or reach out using our contact form.