All You Need To Know About Skin Tightening Procedures

Although it can be a little depressing to deal with sagging skin because of stress and aging, science has developed many ways to lift sagging skin.

 Many people assume that the only way to lift sagging skin is to undergo expensive surgery, but these procedures are unnecessary to tighten your skin. Many non-invasive skin tightening methods are now available.

 Here are a dozen ways to consider for tightening your skin.

 1. Exfoliation. For those with excess skin, exfoliation can be done in the office of a skincare specialist, or you can create your own exfoliation skincare routine. This helps to reduce the appearance of cellulite and tighten the skin. It is also vital in a dryer climate like Denver’s.

 2. Radiofrequency treatment. It’s like getting a facelift. Radiofrequency treatment can reduce sagging and tighten wrinkles and fine lines. It breaks down loose, dying tissue under the skin’s surface. This stimulates collagen production and the growth of new blood vessels to re-plump the skin. These are available in salons, but you can also buy home devices, which can range from $69.99 to $597.00.

 3. Anti-Aging Facial. An anti-aging facial is one where the results are noticeable right away and last for many months. You may get more dramatic results. This type of facial stimulates the collagen in the skin and targets areas of the skin to create the most noticeable benefits.

 4. Plasma fibroblast. Laser treatment is the real deal. With plasma pens, the deeper you go with lasers, the more targeted your results will be. You will, however, need to apply moisturizers more often. You’ll also have to use sunscreen when you go outdoors to prevent sunburn.

 5. Natural home remedies. Many homemade skincare products can be made in your own kitchen to tighten skin, using ingredients such as yogurt, lemon juice, salt, and honey. Ingredients such as these are great for skin and stretch marks.

 6. Supplemental protein shakes. Protein supplements with ingredients such as milk protein, whey protein, fish oil, coconut oil, collagen, and guar gum have properties that assist with lifting and tightening the skin. You can either make your own nutritional protein shake or buy supplements that have some of these ingredients. Two shakes per day are optimum.

 7. Homemade energy drinks. You can also lift, tighten, and firm skin by making your own energy drinks. Some ingredients to consider are water, apple juice, apple cider vinegar, lemon juice, and honey.

 8. Natural skin care oils. Many oils, such as coconut oil and olive oil, offer some skin tightening benefits. You can consult with a Denver esthetician to discover which one is best suited for you. 

 9. Retinol-based products. Retinol, the active ingredient in Retin-A, which is sold in skincare products, can stimulate skin cell turnover and is great for tightening the skin. Apply it twice a day.

 10. Ultherapy. This is an ultrasound treatment that tightens skin in several areas of the body, including facial skin, arms, legs, and stomach. Ultherapy was developed by Dr. Norman Rowe, a professor at McMaster University in Ontario. It’s non-invasive, but it must be done by a doctor and covered by most insurance companies. It costs $600 per treatment.

 11. Copper infusions. These are usually done in a dermatologist’s office. They increase blood circulation to your face. While it has some pretty big results, they’re also expensive.

 12. Moisturizers. Moisturizing your face and skin with vaseline can give it a slight, buffed-up look if your skin is parched. Applying vaseline will smooth out all dry and rough skin patches. This only needs to be done occasionally if your skin is dry and cracked after a long, hot day in the sun. Otherwise, it’s better to stick with regular moisturizing products.

 In conclusion, if you are looking for a non-surgical solution, many methods are available for skin tightening. Try one or more of the ideas in this list to find out what works best for you. While experimenting with many of the home remedies ( recommended here are inexpensive and harmless, it’s advisable to consult your local Denver dermatologist if you want to try a more expensive treatment. The truth set you back a few hundred dollars.