Sagging Skin

Sagging skin affects people of all ages, for many reasons.

You can get loose or sagging skin from the natural aging process, or if you've recently have lost a lot of weight.

Sagging Skin From Weight Loss:
This is frustrating for people who have worked hard to regain their body after a pregnancy or any sort of weight gain. They eat right and work out like crazy to gain the body they want. They shed countless pounds, only to find unsightly sagging skin left over when they're done.

When you carry more weight in your body, the skin is stretched beyond its normal size. This is why you get stretch marks. If you lose that weight, the skin tissue that went through the process of stretching may not fully recover back to its original shape, which gives you loose skin.

People who suddenly lose a lot of weight from a disease or medical condition may also have sagging skin from the rapid change.

Sagging Skin From Aging:
As the body ages, your skin starts to contain less collagen, which is what keeps the skin tight and young looking. When your body contains less collagen, your skin loses its tightness and leaves you with sagging skin.

Your body also stops producing the same amount of the protein elastin. As the name indicates, this is what helps your skin stretch and bounce back, like an elastic. The sagging skin comes from the body losing its ability to recover from skin stretching.

You also might be aging your skin prematurely if you're spending time in the sun without sunscreen. The sun's ultraviolet radiation can speed up the rate at which your skin loses its elastin and collagen. This is sometimes called photoaging and can also cause sagging skin, among other skin problems.

Second Chance Facial Rejuvenation®:

With the use of microcurrent treatment, there is a gradual increase in the numbers and health of collagen and elastin fibers.  This results is the skin "tightening up and filling out". Dr Tanya Pentelichuk and her RN Tina Fields explain this outcome www.bit.ly/versusfillers

Radiofrequency:
Radio wave tightens skin, and boosts circulation.This current goes through blood and muscle with no effect at all. However, fat and collagen resist the flow, which causes the fat cells to rupture and die. Collagen tightens up, while collagen production rises.

Dermal Fillers:
Dermal fillers are injected to "fill" any part of the face. Most procedures take about half an hour and the effects of dermal fillers can be seen immediately following the first treatment. The duration of benefit depends on the substance used, the area injected, and the person injected, and can range from 9-18 months.

Note: Excessive loose sagging skin,such as after major weight loss, may require surgery to remove some of the loose skin.

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