Sagging skin in men and women
The skin changes as people get older. One of the problems that can occur as the person gets older is that they can develop sagging skin. When the skin sags and flaps, there are many different reasons for it but essentially, the skin has lost its elasticity.
It can also happen when a person frequently loses or gains a lot of weight.
Some of the man reasons for sagging skin include aging, gravity, the loss of collagen and elastin in the skin, smoking, pregnancy, weight loss or gain, and cosmetic surgery.
However, there are some treatments that can help a person get back their healthy looking, young skin.
Areas of sagging skin
Sagging skin is sometimes found on the underarm. This is the skin between the armpit and the elbow, and there are exercises that can be effective in firming up that area such as push-ups.
It exercise does not help, then a doctor can be talked to in order to discuss cosmetic surgery.
Liposuction is an option if the sagging skin is caused by an excess of fat.
Sagging skin on the neck is sometimes called wattles or jowls. The only solution for this is usually cosmetic surgery, or so-called mini face lifts.
The surgery will pull the skin in order to make it tight again.
Liposuction can also be used to drain out the fat that is causing the problem.
Exercise can help to tone the skin and keep it firm by building up the muscles that are found under the skin.
There are many facial skin creams that are available on the market that can be used to rejuvenate the skin.
There are also a number of plastic surgery methods that could be beneficial. For example, cosmetic fillers or Botox can help with wrinkles and sagging skin in the facial area.
When a person undergoing surgical lifts, incisions must be made through which the excess fat and skin can be removed, then the skin can be contoured and re-draped appropriately.
Liposuction procedures involved incisions that are made through the skin in order to remove the excess fat, and this type of procedure can be performed on various parts of the body, including the abdomen, hips, thighs, calves, arms, buttocks, back, neck, and face.
There is also a procedure that is called thermage, and is also referred to as thermacool and thermalift. In this procedure, radio frequency energy is used to heat up the collagen that is located underneath the skin.