Turkey Neck? Try Ultherapy
If you can empathize with Nora Ephron, who wrote the book I Feel Bad About My Neck, then there's a new noninvasive cosmetic procedure that can tighten up that turkey neck. Instead of having a nip and a tuck under your chin to get rid of that undesireable extra skin - lovingly referred to as a "wattle" on Ally McBeal - you can now have a procedure done on your lunch hour that targets areas that need firming and tightening. There's virtually no recovery time, and side effects are minimal. Ultherapy uses an ultrasound device to take images of several layers of the skin to target the loose areas. Then the device applies heat to those areas and tightens them almost immediately. Over time, the procedure is said to stimulate collagen growth and further tighten the skin. It can also be performed on the cheeks and eyelids, which lose collagen and can appear droopy as we age.