Loose skin can be a significant cause for a lack of confidence and self-esteem among people. Irrespective of the amount of workouts you do and the diets you incorporate, saggy skin being a permanent fixture on your body can be disheartening.
What Causes Saggy Skin?
One of the reasons why body skin tightening in Toorak is so sought after is because loose skin is inevitable no matter what measures you take to prevent it. One of the most common causes is aging.
As you age, the skin starts to sag. This is also common among people who lose a great deal of weight within a short time span.
While elastin and collagen carry out their functions flawlessly in our bodies while we are young, they start to slow down as we age. Their job is to help maintain the elasticity of our skin and offer our body structure. Where elastin helps in stretching our skin the right amount while we are young, with the lack of production of collagen as we age, this becomes difficult.
With very little help from collagen, elastin fails to accomplish what it could earlier, leading to saggy skin.
Over the years, elastin is also affected by wear and tear. Wrinkles are also a result of the loss of elasticity and lack of collagen.
Some of the reasons that affect the elastin and collagen production in our body include:
- Harmful UV rays exposure
- Smoking – The moisture on your skin can be sucked out with constant smoking, resulting in saggy skin.
- Lack of water intake
- Unhealthy diet – Gaining weight can put additional pressure on the elastin and collagen for the skin to stretch.
For people who have undergone pregnancy or lost a significant amount of weight, loose skin is a common scenario.
With all of these being common instances in people’s lives, opting for skin tightening to deal with abdominal fat, crepey neck, saggy arms, and more, is the only option for most people.
To help deal with loose skin through non-invasive techniques, there have been several innovations that allow non-surgical body skin tightening. The best of these innovations include the Exilis Ultra 360.
Exilis Ultra 360 (FDA & TGA approved)
Exilis Ultra 360 is a non-surgical, non-invasive skin tightening and lifting treatment. It is the only device of its kind that simultaneously applies two safe forms of energy: radiofrequency and ultrasound. This amazing technology works to tighten the skin and improve concerns on the body and face.It is a non-invasive treatment of different skin conditions such as wrinkles, skin laxity, and excessive fat. This is the solution for everybody from head to toe with no BMI or skin type restrictions.
- The science why people are saying YES to EXILIS ULTRA 360
- The efficacy and safety have been tested in ten studies on different body parts, indications and by various scientific methods.
- 42% Average reduction in wrinkles
- Face skin tightening
- Eyebrow lift
- Lip lift
- Neck lift
- Face and body skin laxity
- Fat reduction
- Gynaecomastia (male breast)
- Butt lift
- Hands skin rejuvenation
- And more…
* A combined approach with another treatment might be required for optimal results.
EXILIS ULTRA 360 is ideal for anyone looking for a preventative treatment or a more dramatic cosmetic improvement once they begin to notice signs of aging. It is also ideal for those looking for a solution to excess fat or skin in the specific “stubborn” area.
An EXILIS ULTRA 360 procedure is painless and quick with no downtime. You can undergo the treatment during a routine part of your day without needing any time off of work. However, you may notice some redness or irritation around the treated area which will subside in a couple of hours. The procedure has no further side-effects and is one of the safest methods of skin tightening.
Each treatment of a specific area usually takes from 4 to 30 minutes.
Depending on the treated area and skin condition, most patients undergo between 2 to 4 treatments scheduled 7 to 10 days apart.
Most patients describe the sensation of the therapy as being comparable to that of a pain-free, hot stone massage. You can lie down and relax during the procedure.
Some patients report visible results after one treatment. The results will typically continue to improve over the next few months.