The Beauty of Sound – Sarah Parish on Ultherapy treatment
UK actress, Sarah Parish, is back on our screens soon in the eagerly-anticipated new series of Broadchurch. She came to The Cosmetic Skin Clinic last year with concerns about loss of tightness and volume in her lower face. She was also starting to notice that it was becoming more difficult to light her in certain ways on camera. Wanting something non-invasive, Ultherapy treatment fitted the bill perfectly, using ultrasound to lift and tighten the skin naturally.
Four months on and Sarah has returned to talk to us about the results of her treatment. She is really delighted with the texture of her skin and says that the quality feels completely different. As well as feeling more confident it has made it “much easier to just shove me in front of a camera now!” And due to its collagen-boosting properties, *Sarah’s Ultherapy results will just go on getting better and better.
What is Ultherapy Treatment?
Ultherapy uses focused ultrasound therapy which boosts collagen to lift and tighten the skin naturally. It incorporates traditional ultrasound imaging, which allows practitioners to see the layers of tissue they are treating, therefore ensuring that the energy delivered is precisely to the area most beneficial to the patient. As we age, collagen, which is a natural protein that keeps skin firm and toned, loses its ability to stand up to the effects of gravity. This means that skins naturally starts to sag and drop. This is where Ultherapy treatment can really make a difference, especially around the neck, jawline and eyes.
The Cosmetic Skin Clinic is the Number 1 Ultherapy Ultra Premier Treatment Provider for the 4th consecutive year. This means that we have carried out the the highest number of treatments in the UK & Ireland. Sarah’s treatment was performed by Esther Loughran, RGN Senior Aesthetic Medical Practitioner at The Cosmetic Skin Clinic.
*DISCLAIMER Patient experience and results may vary. These are dependent on a number of factors such as lifestyle, age and medical history.