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Although replicating the dramatic results of surgical options can be a tall order with non-invasive methods, the following treatments are recommended (particularly in combination) for significantly improving the appearance of jowls.


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Emface is particularly relevant for jowls as it directly targets two of the underlying causes: skin laxity and muscle tone. By delivering Synchronized Radiofrequency, Emface heats the skin to encourage collagen and elastin production, which are vital for skin firmness. Concurrently, HIFES™ muscle stimulation causes muscle contractions that targets the facial muscles and connective tissues. This combination effectively lifts the lower face, leading to a more sculpted jawline.


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Ultherapy’s effectiveness against jowls lies in its ability to deliver focused ultrasound energy to the foundational layers of the skin, precisely at the depth where collagen is situated. This stimulation of new collagen and elastin increases skin elasticity and improves thickness. For jowls, which are often the result of weakened support structures within the skin, the collagen boost provided by Ultherapy can be particularly beneficial, leading to a natural and gradual lift.

Revolumising the Mid and Upper Face


Treatments that replenish volume are another non-invasive approach that can significantly impact the appearance of jowls. As we age, the natural decrease in facial volume, particularly in the mid and upper face, can lead to sagging skin and soft tissue. By strategically addressing areas like the cheeks, temples, and along the cheekbones, we can restore lost volume and create subtle lift. The overall elevation of the tissues trickles downward, reducing lower-face sagging. The revolumising treatment used, whether prescription or dermal therapy, must be tailored to the specific needs of the patient’s facial structure, so it is important to be assessed by an experienced cosmetic doctor.

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