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Sagging skin is often one of the most obvious signs of ageing, and can be far more damaging to the overall appearance of the face than fine lines and wrinkles. Sagging skin occurs when not enough collagen is produced to accommodate for the natural movement of the skin, causing it to droop and sag as it is less able to repair itself as the connective tissues are stretched. While this is a natural occurrence in the ageing process, it can be worsened by prolonged sun exposure or rapid weight gain or loss.
Fortunately, Face Medical Clinic offers a range of treatments designed to improve the appearance of sagging skin. Dermal fillers may be used to plump up affected areas with impressive results. However, treatments that kick-start an increase in the production of collagen are recommended for optimal impact on sagging skin.Get in Touch
Endymed TIGHTENING is one such treatment that ups the amount of collagen generated by the skin. Using the latest technologies in skin science, EndyMed Tightening delivers controlled radiofrequency into the deepest layers of the skin, adjusting to the optimum temperature for your unique skin type and tone. This stimulates the skin and encourages greater collagen production, allowing for repair and lifting of sagging skin. EndyMed Tightening is a safe, pain-free and non-invasive treatment that produces results up to six weeks after a full course of treatment.
Face Medical Clinic also offers the EndyMed FSR (Fractional Skin Resurfacing) Programme, a skin tightening programme that combines two trusted skin rejuvenation methods for optimal results. The programme works in a similar way to EndyMed Tightening, by stimulating the inner layers of the skin and encouraging an increase in collagen, but simultaneously removes the top layers of the skin, allowing younger, fresher layers to show through.
For more information on how we can help to treat sagging skin at the Face Medical Clinic, get in touch with our clinic team today.