Are you concerned with loose, crepey skin on your face? Skin laxity is something that all people will experience at some point during their lifetime.
What Causes Facial Skin Laxity?
The natural aging process, genetics, diet, sun exposure, lifestyle, stress, smoking, excessive drinking, and certain medications can contribute to skin laxity.
The skin’s structure is made up of two main components that will affect laxity: collagen and elastin. As we age, out skin will begin to lose these two components, leading to lax or loose skin.
Collagen is the main building block of the skin and other connective tissues throughout the body.
Elastin is a protein made up of elastic fibers of connective tissue. It accounts for the skin’s elasticity, or the ability to “snap back” when pulled or stretched.
What Does Facial Skin Laxity Look Like?
Facial skin laxity may appear in many forms, including:
- Sagging jowls
- Wrinkles and lines
- Crepey skin around the eyes
- Loose neck skin
How is Facial Skin Laxity Treated?
Vivace RF Microneedling
Harness the power of collagen production for a rejuvenated complexion with Vivace RF Microneedling. If you are looking to rejuvenate your complexion without surgery or downtime, Vivace RF Microneedling is the answer! This treatment is also known as collagen induction
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Achieve a glowing complexion with microneedling. Patients seeking a non-surgical method to rejuvenate and refresh their facial skin need to look no further than microneedling. Microneedling promotes the production of new collagen under the skin. It is commonly used to
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Tighten and tone your face and body with ThermiSmooth®! ThermiSmooth® Face and ThermiSmooth® Body are both designed to address skin laxity on different areas on your body. ThermiSmooth® Face works best treating fine lines and wrinkles on areas such as your
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