What is sagging skin?

Sagging skin, or skin laxity, is a common aesthetic concern for both men and women. As we age, our skin naturally starts to lose its firmness, making us feel like we look older, tired and less attractive. Previous methods for lifting the skin often involved invasive procedures, but thankfully, there are non-invasive treatments that can lift the skin.

What are the causes of sagging skin?

The inevitable loss of collagen (which occurs after the age of 30) is responsible for a variety of concerns. These concerns include wrinkles, lines and an overall lack of firmness. There are steps you can take to delay skin laxity, such as avoiding both excessive sun exposure and smoking. You can also use skincare products, but all of these options will only delay the inevitable. The only way to truly turn back the clock on skin laxity is to turn to aesthetic treatments that can restore balance to your face and body.

What are the available treatments?

For sagging skin in the face, the experts at Pellé Medical Spa use dermal fillers to plump up the cheeks and temples.* Dermal fillers can restore balance and youth to the face, with results that last up to a year!* By injecting healthy, natural serums just below the skin, its surface will see a reduction in laxity and wrinkles.* Microneedling can be used to stimulate new collagen and elastin growth in the skin.* Collagen and elastin are what keep our skin firm and flexible. By restoring your skin’s collagen and elastin levels, you can kiss that saggy skin goodbye! If you don’t like needles, HydraFacial can also tighten loose skin.*

Schedule treatments in Manchester, New Hampshire

At Pellé Medical Spa in Manchester, New Hampshire, we offer a variety of treatments that can help you turn back the clock on aging skin.* To find out which treatments are right for you, and to get a custom treatment plan, fill out the appointment request form on our site or give us a call at (603) 627-7000.

Explore common treatments we offer to treat Sagging Skin:

*Individual results may vary; not a guarantee.

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