What is loose skin?
Loose skin refers to the loss of elasticity, firmness, tautness, leading to flabby skin. Solutions which counter this skin laxity are called skin tightening face treatments.
What causes loose skin?
Many factors contribute to the looseness of our skin: age, sun damage, gravity, genetics, weight changes, skin cells renew at a slower rate, and the breaking down of the skin’s underlying structure. There are things that you can do for yourself to prevent or reduce the appearance of loose skin, such as applying sunscreen more often or using the right kind of moisturizer. However, sometimes the best solution is to have treatments done.
Want more options solving your loose skin concern?
Consider the following surgical and non-surgical treatments to tighten and firm up your skin.
- Injectable Filler
Synthetic agents used to help restore the voluminous face and restore facial harmony.
- Neck Tightening
skin tightening techniques which uses ultrasound, radiofrequency, neck lifting injection, or fat melting injection.
- Non-Surgical Face Lift
Skin tightening techniques which tone, lift, and contour the face and neck without surgery.
- RF SonoTight
The only fast and more dramatic non-surgical face tightening technique combining ultrasound, radiofrequency, and cheek/neck injection lifting.
- Skin Tightening Body
Skin tightening treatments which smoothen the skin on the body, reducing cellulite, wrinkles, and mild skin laxity.
- Slim Lift
The only non-surgical treatment, which both tightens saggy neck muscle and melts stubborn fat
- Arm Tuck
Arm Tuck, or Brachioplasty, tightens and contours the saggy arms by removing excess skin and fat
Blepharoplasty restores a more youthful gaze by correcting loose skin, pouching, sagging around the eyes, sunken eyes, and sagging cheeks.
- Face lift
Face lift helps diminish the effects of aging that causes the skin to loosen on the face and neck
- Tummy Tuck
Tummy Tuck, or abdominoplasty, tightens and contours the abdomen by removing excess skin and fat with simultaneous tightening the lax abdominal wall muscles.