What Would You Pay to Take 5 Years Off Your Face?

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What Would You Pay to Take 5 Years Off Your Face?
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Tue, 02-26-2013 - 4:46pm

Sixty minutes using the latest non-invasive technology promises to reverse time, taking skin back to how it looked a half decade earlier. The high-tech treatment, however, comes with a high-ticket price to match--so is Ultherapy worth the cost?

http://www.ivillage.com/ultherapy-review-cost-mini-lift-without-surgery-non-invasive/5-a-523243

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Registered: 04-08-2013
Mon, 04-08-2013 - 10:44am

Hava heard about that from a friend too. But I haven't got to try but I was tempted until I found this product while researching about skincare that answered all my problems. Now I don't have to undergo Ultherapy and spend a lot when I can only settle with my all in 1 skincare product. Thanks LifeCell! You can check this out too!

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Wed, 03-06-2013 - 11:07am

It wouldn't be $4000, that's for sure!  Also, it doesn't last nearly as long as it should at that price tag - maybe 1-3 years.

My dermatologist's assistant had ultherapy.  She did have an improved jawline but she said the pain was almost unbearable.  Between the price tag, the pain, and the longevity of the results, I decided to pass.