If you have been tuning in to Season Two of And Just Like That - you may have noticed that Carrie's skin has been looking more glowy and radiant than ever. It was assumed that it was simply a side effect of Aidan's well-honed brand of coital craftsmanship, but the actress disproved the assumption in a recent interview with Real Simple.
“I don't want to spend a huge amount of time and energy trying to stop the clock—I don't think for me it's the best way to spend my time. [But] my derm just used this thing on me called Sofwave, and it was amazing.” -- Sarah Jessica Parker
This is loved for several reasons. Firstly, one cannot help but relate to the issue of time and energy. After all, who has the time for all of this maintenance? Definitely not us, and certainly not SJP. It is not surprising that she is a supporter of Sofwave, as it can be completed in just one appointment and requires minimal downtime. What's even better is that it does not involve any needles, which aligns perfectly with the actress's commendable philosophy of embracing natural aging.
By now, you’re probably wondering how Sofwave works—but first, a little aging 101: When we’re born, our skin is practically spring-loaded with collagen and elastin—two essential proteins that work in tandem to smooth, plump, elasticize, and lift our skin. But collagen and elastin production declines with age, which explains why the dolphin-smooth skin of our 20’s begins to lose its bounce and begins to sag over time.
This is where Sofwave comes in. Relying on the aforementioned SUPERB™ technology, Sofwave heats the skin’s dermis to a temperature between 60 and 70 degrees Celsius and stimulates collagen, elastin, and hyaluronic acid. This triggers a healing response that increases the production of those incredible proteins. And just like that, you’ve got smoother, plumper, and lifted skin and all around without a single needle.
One should not rely solely on our word or even SJP's; however, within a short span of time, Sofwave has emerged as the favored treatment among dermatologists, plastic surgeons, and beauty editors. This has led to the acquisition of esteemed awards from reputable publications such as Good Housekeeping, Elle, Cosmopolitan, NewBeauty, and SHAPE.