There comes a time when many women think about cosmetic procedures to turn back the clock. Now, the thought of someone cutting on my face gives me chills. But after writing a story on noninvasive and minimally invasive cosmetic procedures for The Oklahoman recently, some of those seem like good options to help improve the signs of aging.
Botox and dermal fillers are super popular, as expected, but I learned about other treatments and procedures that might turn my head. Now now, but maybe later.
Have you heard of Coolsculpting, a noninvasive procedure to reduce fat on legs and stomach? Or about Ultherapy, an ultrasound treatment that lifts and tightens skin on the neck and under the chin. And it lifts the brow.
“These procedures don’t permanently prevent us from aging, but they do slow down how quickly we get there,” said Kristy Murrow, a board-certified physician assistant at Mariposa MedSpa in Edmond.
Sooner or later, those pesky lines and wrinkles find all us. Read my story here.