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A Registered Nurse did the deed and it hurt, but I didn’t care. The treatment took a bit over an hour, and I didn’t have any swelling afterwards, just some strange numbness, and nerve tingling for a month. Ultherapy hypes itself as “natural” because you “build your own collagen.” Basically, Ultherapy cooks the SMAS layer of the face to 150 degrees, damaging it, so it can repair itself (build collagen) and lift. I mean it’s just one high cheekbone that slopes into nothingness. Something is very wrong.….”I think I’m turning Japanese, I think I’m turning Japanese, I really think so.” I notice that my eyes look squinty! I want to take a knife and slit the skin around them and set them free! ” The only answer I receive is, “That’s not a known side effect of Ultherapy.” What about all of the other women that this happened to? Don’t you want to report my adverse reactions to Ultherapy? But no, they all parrot the same Ultherapy jargon they learned at their one- day seminar. I feel like I’m in some fucked up Twilight Zone episode. Unfortunately, what they do not disclose is the fact that Ultherapy also burns fat, and the results from Ultherapy are highly unpredictable. The areas around my eyes are all hollow, and the nasolabial folds around my mouth are deep as ditches! My eye sockets are so small, that it looks and feels like my eyeballs are being held hostage by the skin that surrounds them! My forehead is tight too, and it’s pulling my eye sockets upwards. “That’s not a known side effect of Ultherapy.” What do you expect? Eventually they refuse to answer any of my questions, as I’m bad for business. ” My review on Real Self is garnering a lot of attention, and I have dissuaded many people from going through with treatment (I hope I don’t get wacked). I thought Ultherapy was safe, and proven to leave your fat unharmed? I post questions to doctors, like the desperate woman that I am, asking about the eye change situation.
The Holocaust is inexorably moving from personal testimony to textual narrative.
That is, after all, all that will remain of six million victims. They must speak for those who cannot, but whose suffering demands to be remembered and whose deaths cry out for posthumous meaning.