When you’re born, your skin is rich with proteins called elastin and collagen. These proteins give your skin structure and elasticity. As you age, your body’s production of these proteins slows down. As a result, your skin starts to lose its elasticity. With gravity, pollution exposure, stress, and the hundreds of movements that your facial muscles make every day, your skin might start to appear stretched or saggy. Moreover, other factors, such as pregnancy and weight loss, can also contribute to stretch marks and sagging skin.
Non-surgical skin tightening treatments target areas of your skin that have become loose and stimulate collagen production underneath that skin.
Lasers (RF, RF + Microneedle, HIFU, CO2, Nd-YAG, Picosecond, etc.) and intense pulsed light (IPL) provide safe, non-invasive treatments for improving the appearance of your face by targeting the superficial layers of skin that contain fine lines, wrinkles, and hyperpigmentation. Lasers and intense pulsed light also stimulate collagen production, allowing old and damaged skin to be replaced with new and healthy skin.