What treats sagging skin?

What treats sagging skin?

Apparently the best non-invasive procedure to treat sagging skin, such as jowls, loose upper arm skin, or saggy neck is Thermage Laser. I decided to look up some information when I began to notice my jawline looking less firm than usual. While I am still fairly young, my jawline isn't like it was when I was in my twenties. Apparently nothing works better than a face lift if you have significant jowls, and even doctors admit Thermage laser will not significantly improved an advanced condition, but for younger skin and slight jowls Thermage is a great non-invasive treatment.

Here's how it works - The Thermage procedure uses patented radio frequency technology to create a precisely controlled zone of heating in the dermis (deep layer of the skin) and in the underlying tissue. At the same time the epidermis (visible outer skin) is being protected by continual cooling. This “heating” causes the “collagen” to tighten thereby reducing skin laxity, wrinkles and renewing the contour of the face and other treated body areas. Thermage treatment also causes new collagen production to occur over time.

It usually only takes one treatment to fix the 'problem', but you can do more for added results if needed. Thermage costs between $1000 and $1500 depending your location. I was given a $1200 quote in Frisco, TX. If you have sagging skin that really bothers you, you have options. I will definitely be booking an appointment just as soon as I can gather the cash. The evidence below is the reason why.

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If you have had this procedure, please leave a comment about your satisfaction.