The skin appears less firm and can contribute to the tired look that accompanies lines and wrinkles.
Saggy / loose skin develops on the face, mainly due to ageing. The skin appears less firm and can contribute to the tired look that accompanies lines and wrinkles. Jowls are a common example of sagging skin around the lower face, as it descends from the cheek area and hangs off the jawline, disrupting the youthful contouring of the face. Most men and women can experience this concern as they get older, with the condition often becoming a concern when a person is in their 40’s.
The development of saggy / loose skin is caused by the loss of collagen and elastin from the middle layer of the complexion – the dermis. Collagen and elastin can start to diminish when a person is in their 20’s, decreasing each year at a rate of around 1 – 1.5%. These proteins are the substances that keep the overlying skin taut and supple, with strong facial muscles providing the support that stretchy skin needs. As collagen and elastin lessen, the skin becomes weak and thin in structure. This impacts the skin’s ability to remain firm and buoyant, and with the help of gravity, will descend to the lower parts of the face.
The most effective way to treat saggy / loose skin, and restore a youthful look to the face, would be to help lift and tighten the skin. When this condition is causing concern, The Facebible can perform Clearlift skin tightening treatment. A fractional laser causes tiny micro injuries to the skin’s surface which triggers a response whereby the skin will work to repair itself. During this period of replenishment new collagen and elastin is produced, restoring the internal structure which also firms and elevates the skin.
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