If you have mild to moderate loose skin, there are many options to tighten it without
going under the knife. From skin care products to exercise and even a nonsurgical
facelift, these treatments can help give you more firm and youthful-looking skin.
Many different creams and gels claim to be able to firm up skin by stimulating
collagen production beauty devices, which can reduce the appearance of wrinkles. However, studies
do not support these claims, and the results from using these products may not be
noticeable for several months.
Another option to tighten loose skin is to massage the affected area with a cream
that contains a strong anti-aging formula. A good massage will increase blood flow to
the area, which can evoke an anti-aging response and firm up loose skin.
Drinking plenty of water is also important to hydrate the skin and encourage healthy
cell growth. It can also help remove any toxins from the body. Having enough fluids
can also help keep your skin from becoming dry and flaky, which can make your
loose skin look worse.
You should also try to eat a diet full of antioxidants, which can prevent free radical
damage to the skin and improve its elasticity. Some foods that are high in
antioxidants include berries, tomatoes, and dark leafy vegetables. You should also
avoid fried and processed foods, which can contribute to saggy skin.
If you have more severe loose skin, a surgical procedure can help. This can be done
either as a preventive measure, so you do not need to have a facelift in the future,
or it can be used to correct excess skin after weight loss.
At Sculpt MD, we offer an effective nonsurgical skin tightening treatment called
Evolve Tite by InMode. This treatment uses ultrasound technology to heat up the
tissue at specific depths and locations, which can tighten loose skin and stimulate
collagen production for a more youthful-looking appearance. If you would like to
learn more about how we can help you have more supple and firm skin, contact us
online or by phone at our offices in Shrewsbury, New Jersey.