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Skin Laxity

What It Is

Skin laxity refers to the loose skin that forms on your body as a result of the natural ageing process. It is something that everyone will unfortunately face at some point in their lives, however, there are many ways to delay this and even improve on the loose skin that may have already formed.

There are various surgical and non-surgical procedures and treatments that can be recommended by our specialists at La Fuente to help reduce and remove the visibility of lax skin. These can range from laser treatment to adjusting your diet and exercise routine.

Why It Happens

Did you know that the skin is the largest organ in the body? As we age, we naturally produce less collagen and elastin – unfortunately, as these two key components in the maintenance of a younger-looking complexion start to dwindle, our body tends to lose its elasticity, resulting in the loose or sagging skin that we try so hard to avoid. Much like other organs, the health of your skin is also affected by a plethora of other external factors. These include the weather, the environment you live in, your diet and nutrient intake and lifestyle choices such as smoking.

How it can be treated

The products that you choose to apply to your skin can have a huge influence on your overall skin health. Opting for medical-grade skin products as an alternative to those you acquire over-the-counter is definitely a good place to start on your skincare journey. However, if loose skin and wrinkles are already a major concern of yours, then you might want to consider more advanced treatment options like Laser Resurfacing. This treatment works by utilising thermal energy to destroy unwanted skin cells – this allows them to regenerate and leave the target areas of skin healthier and brighter.

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