Skin Tightening Options to ExploreMonday, September 28, 2015
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Many of people suffer from wrinkles and skin that has lost its elasticity. Sagging skin can happen on many parts of the body besides just your face. There are plenty of skin tightening options for you to explore.
Laser Skin Tightening
Laser skin tightening machines are everywhere lately. They are especially common in areas such as California, where excessive sun exposure can easily lead to wrinkles and skin sags. The devices have the ability to trick your body into making more healthy cell components, such as collagen. The increase in production of those natural components can cause your skin to tighten back up and smooth out a bit.
The nice thing about lasers for skin tightening is that they come in many different styles and strengths. They can also treat parts of your body besides just your face. However, not everyone is a good candidate for certain laser procedures because of how the devices operate. They are better for some skin types than others.
Another Good Option is a Radio Frequency Treatment
Unlike laser procedures, radio frequency treatments tend to be fairly mild. They don't heat the skin or disturb the cells as much. Yet, they still stimulate the production of collagen and other healthy substances. The difference is that RF treatments are generally considered to be better for those with a dark complexion because they don't disrupt oil glands or pigment production as much.
Finding the Right Treatment Isn't the Only Problem
You have other options besides lasers and RF treatments. For example, you could try ultrasound therapy to treat your sagging skin. But whatever you choose you should remember that finding the right treatment is only one step in the process. You also have to be willing to accept the fact that treatments will be ongoing, especially as you get older.
There is no treatment that can be done once and eliminate all wrinkles and sags for the rest of your life. Aging is a natural process. All the technology in the world (at least right now) can't stop it. All that technology can do is treat the wrinkles and sagging skin as it reappears.
What that all boils down to is that you will have to be prepared to pay for treatments as often as you decided that you want to have them. That could be almost monthly, or it could be several years apart. It depends on the extent of your skin problems, as well as the size of your budget.