{Giveaway} Non-Invasive Ultherapy Treatment, Valued At Up To $5,000

In case you haven’t heard the great news, you can effectively lift your sagging facial and
neck skin, without surgery!

Ultherapy, a non-invasive cosmetic procedure, uses ultrasound technology to direct heat to the underlying layers of your skin. This technique “lifts, tightens, and tones,” says Dr. Kevin Tehrani, a New York board-certified plastic surgeon. The treated areas heal as your body stimulates collagen production, creating a tightening effect. Not only is Ultherapy designed to improve the chin, brow and neck areas; it’s now FDA-cleared to work on décolletage wrinkles, too!

An Ultherapy procedure performed by Dr. Kevin Tehrani

Ulthera, Inc., the creator of Ultherapy, is giving away an Ultherapy treatment. Simply visit the entry page and follow the instructions. You’ll also be able to see a simulation of what Ultherapy would look like on you!

Click on the image below to enter!

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30 Responses to “{Giveaway} Non-Invasive Ultherapy Treatment, Valued At Up To $5,000”

  1. Joyce McLaughlin says:

    If you have a plan to develop better nutrition and are actively pursuing exercise as a habit, stimulating aging, less responsive facial muscle tone with this device is much more hands-on than temporary changes!Think of what this collective energy can do for your sense of well-being and how proud you will be to have mastered this new skill…

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  2. Sunn ymay says:

    My acupuncturist has a new machine to help with love handles and belly fat. She helped me lose 50 pounds in 4 months and now I’m trying to maintain that weight loss plus the pant size went from size 16 to size 8. The weight loss helped my neck, too.

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  3. lisa m says:

    After all my allergies and migraines, I look tired and blah….this would make me feel as beautiful as I feel on the inside to reflect on the outside!

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  4. Victoria says:

    I tried this on the lower half of my face. It was not painful, and I was told that my face looked tighter but I simply did not see any difference. Perhaps I’m a bit too critical, and perhaps the results vary depending on the person. It’s my impression that it might be helpful, but it isn’t going to give you the same results that you get from a facelift.

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  5. RitaMarie says:

    Would love to try this! Not willing to try surgery.

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  6. Debra Malone says:

    Just hit 59 yesterday and looking every minute of it. What a wonderful treat this win would be.Thanks!

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  7. Charlene Jarrell says:

    I turn 61 on Jan. 12 I guess it all fell apart when I lost my late husband in 2007. I have 5 grandkids this would be a wonderful change!!

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  8. Fran says:

    Just turned 60 and have my first grandchild. I need a new lift to be a Glam-ma!

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  9. Kim says:

    Oh my lands, I have been coveting this procedure for months now, and I am ready. Now the problem: my funding. I guess I will keep those fingers and toes crossed, hoping against all hope …. Good luck to all, and thanks for this great opportunity FOF!!!

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  10. Nancy Jachcik says:

    It would be short of a miracle if by non invasive treatment I could get rid of these jowls and turkey neck!

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  11. Cynthia says:

    I just turned 60 and I really need some work done. If I win it will be a dream come true.

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  12. Helen Ho says:

    Wrinkles, crows feet, marionette folds, I want them to go away!

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  13. MrsK says:

    I would love to have this treatment done—even though I’m only 54 the signs of aging on my neck and now drooping “hooded” eye would probably take 10 years off!!! It’s so important in the business world, when working with people 20-30 years younger to maintain/present a youthful image. Not to mention, how looking good makes you just feel good!

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  14. donna ginsburg says:

    I need my face back i cannot face the world with all these wrinkles and time is telling on me at 57 years and i am a widow which is too bad.

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  15. Becky L says:

    Mr Gravity has not been nice to me. This sounds like something I’d like to try. It’d be good to get rid of my turkey neck before Thanksgiving comes around.

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  16. Sandy says:

    At 53, I’ve almost accepted being invisible. Maybe this will get me seen! Why would I register this on Facebook? Many of us have clients there that I’d like to keep private from my personal beauty secrets!

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  17. Barbara M. says:

    This looks awesome! I would love to be the poster child!

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  18. trisha says:

    Been looking into Sculptura. Would like to try this, though.
    Can’t get link to sweepstakes to work.

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  19. Kathy Rothrock says:

    I have dreamed of having a more youthful, toned face for a long time. I even sent for info on the Lifestyle Lift. .of course I couldn’t afford it. I will be turning 54 in a few months and this would be an amazing gift!!

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  20. Leah Fiato says:

    What happened to my neck????????

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  21. TOM BEDFORD says:

    I would love to have a refreshed face.

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  22. Nancy Dreyfuss says:

    I would soooo love to get rid of the beginning “turkey neck” as I approach 60! Gravity is no one’s friend.

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  23. Helen says:

    I’ll be 62 next month (Oct). This would be the greatest Birthday ever. Let it be me, me, me….me!

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  24. Char says:

    Please,Please, turned 63 and need this badly.

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  25. Asia says:

    I would love to see my mug in zero g!

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  26. Jan says:

    No thank you. Ultherapy is painful and produces minimal results. If I was really going to worry about aging and willing to tolerate pain I would just have PS. That is the only thing that is going to really help the woman in that photo. Women reach a certain age where procedures like this just don’t work. Everyone I have ever talked to was seriously disappointed with Ultherapy.

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  27. April Langus says:

    Me me me!!!!

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  28. Bonnie says:

    I need that desperately! Please

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  29. Zippy Sandler says:

    This over the hill face needs a rejeuvenation. I’m interested to learn more about how the process works, and would be happy to give them coverage as well.

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  30. Patricia says:

    So ready to undue the effects of gravity!

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