Wrinkly or Crepey skin.
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Wrinkly or crepey skin refers to the thinning and wrinkling of the skin, often associated with aging. It can occur due to a combination of factors, including sun exposure, natural aging processes and genetics, which result in loss of collagen and elastin fibers, and a decrease in skin moisture.
As we age, our skin naturally becomes thinner and loses its elasticity, making it more susceptible to wrinkling. Additionally, prolonged sun exposure can accelerate the breakdown of collagen and elastin fibers in the skin, leading to the formation of wrinkles and fine lines. Loss of moisture in the skin can also contribute to the crepey appearance, as hydrated skin appears plumper and more youthful.
The adjacent example was before and after one SkinTyte Hi-Fu treatment. This is one of the approaches we can take to tighten skin and stimulate the production of collagen and elastin to reestablish the thickness and youth of your skin. Precisely which approach we would recommend will depend upon a number of factors which will be discussed with you during your consultation, to enable you to decide the best treatment plan to meet your needs.
Skin tightening can occur to some extent as a by-product of another treatment, for instance body contouring treatment is focused on the breakdown of fat cells but is often accompanied by some skin tightening. The main treatments used within Cosmex Clinic for skin tightening are Hi-Fu and Radio Frequency or Radio Frequency plus microneedling.
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