Is saggy skin giving you an aged appearance? Fear not! You do not need to undergo surgery to solve this common cosmetic concern. At Florida Face and Body, we offer multiple non-invasive treatments that can tighten loose skin and provide you with a rejuvenated look.
What Causes Saggy Skin?
The most common cause of saggy skin is the natural aging process. As people age, collagen and elastin within the skin begin to break down. Collagen and elastin are both proteins that give the skin its strength and plumpness, and with age, it can lead to saggy, less resilient skin.
Fat loss can also be a cause of saggy skin. Once again, aging is often the culprit behind fat loss in the face. With less fat tissue, the skin begins to sag, and hollows can form in the face.
Non-Surgical Treatments For Saggy Skin
At Florida Face and Body, we’re proud to offer advanced, non-surgical treatment methods to help our patients achieve tight, youthful-looking skin. These treatments include:
Agnes RF is a top choice for patients struggling with saggy skin as this innovative treatment uses targeted radiofrequency energy to safely heat the deeper layers of the skin. As a response, the skin’s collagen production process kicks into gear, and the body produces more and more collagen in the weeks and months after Agnes RF treatment. Your skin will undoubtedly become visibly tighter and firmer.
In addition to triggering collagen production, Agnes RF has an additional benefit that can be used to eradicate stubborn fat in the chin, jowls, and under the eyes.
Sculptra is a unique facial filler that encourages your body’s collagen production. It combats signs of aging caused by lost collagen and makes an excellent solution for thinning saggy skin.
This non-surgical, FDA-approved treatment provides natural-looking results for all patients seeking a solution for depleted facial volume, wrinkled and thinning skin, and overall signs of aging.
To learn more about our non-invasive treatment options for saggy skin, schedule an appointment at Florida Face and Body today.