Common Skin Growths That Come with Aging

As you age, it’s common to develop various skin growths. Most common skin growths are benign, but many people opt to have them removed to regain smooth skin. Removing skin growths is generally a straightforward procedure and can make you feel more confident about the look of your skin. 

Some of the most common skin growths that occur with aging include:

Skin Tags

Skin tags are common, benign skin growths that protrude from the skin’s surface. Skin tags often appear on areas of the body with skin folds, including the eyelids, neck, underarms, and breasts. You can have skin tags safely removed at Florida Face and Body for smooth, uniform skin. Litigation, electrosurgery, and cryotherapy are all treatment methods for skin tag removal. (more…)

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Say Goodbye to Crepey Skin with Renuvion

Do you see loose, crepey skin when you look in the mirror? Whether caused by the body’s natural aging process or weight loss, loose skin can impact your physique and self-esteem. But, with the help of Renuvion, it’s possible to tighten the skin and achieve a slimmer, more toned appearance. 

What is Renuvion?

Renuvion is a powerful skin tightening treatment that can be used on the lower face and neck, as well as various areas of the body. It can be used alone or added onto liposuction or VaserLipo to prevent loose skin after fat removal. After Renuvion, the skin conforms more closely to the muscles and curves of the body, giving patients greater confidence in their appearance.  (more…)

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Can truSculpt iD Tighten Loose Skin?

As an incredible FDA-approved technology, truSculpt iD is the successor of truSculpt 3D. Meant to target stubborn areas that are resistant to fat loss through exercise, truSculpt iD uses focused and localized 15-minute treatments that kill fat cells and tighten loose skin.

How Does truSculpt iD Work?

truSculpt iD delivers deep radiofrequency to a specific part of the body to cause cell death, reducing the number of fat cells in the area. Over the following 12 to 16 weeks, the damaged fat cells will be naturally removed from the body, resulting in a more sleek and toned appearance.

How Does truSculpt iD Tighten Skin?

Most fat cell reduction therapies use cooling technology to freeze and destroy fat cells. However, truSculpt iD uses heat, which allows this technology to offer the additional benefit of skin tightening.

During treatment, patients will feel a warm sensation. Most patients find this to be relaxing. As heat builds up in the skin, that heat provides immediate plumping that fills in fine lines and tightens the skin for a more contoured look.

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How Can truSculpt Flex Tone and Sculpt Muscles?

As the first technology of its kind, truSculpt Flex is an FDA-approved treatment that focuses on muscle enhancement through a direct stimulation technique. 

While the stimulation contracts muscle similarly to how a workout can, truSculpt flex gives people an edge by targeting hard-to-reach muscles in the buttocks, legs, and abs (like those ever-elusive lower abs). The overall goals of the treatment are to tone, sculpt, and define.

How Does truSculpt Flex Work?

truSculpt Flex works in three stages. Each stage treats the muscle differently.

Stage one is the “Preparation” stage. At this point, the machine is stretching the muscle, preparing it to take on a new, more toned shape.

Stage two is the “Toning” stage. truSculpt Flex will use electric muscle stimulation to twist and define the body’s muscles to reach desired shapeliness.

The final stage is the “Sculpting” stage. This stage consists of muscle contractions, which essentially provide a highly targeted workout. 

Unlike its predecessors, truSculpt flex allows for nearly 100% energy delivery, making its treatments much more efficient and far more customizable than ever before.

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