Sagging neck skin can be a cause of concern for many people, increasing self-consciousness and reducing confidence. As a natural part of the ageing process, loose skin on the neck can be worsened by factors like genetics, weight change, UV exposure, and gravity, which can all affect the severity of a sagging neck.
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Factors to consider
UV exposure in particular is harmful to the skin, breaking down collagen and elastin, which keep skin supple and firm. UV rays can be encountered not just when directly in the sun, but also on tanning beds, speeding up the natural ageing process.
Smoking, thanks to the effects it has on the supply of oxygenated blood to the upper layers of skin, accelerates skin’s ageing process, and lack of vitamin A in your diet can affect cell turnover, leading to less healthy skin that is more prone to damage as it is dehydrated.
Changes in weight can alter the appearance of your skin; as you gain weight your skin stretches, and during fast weight loss, it isn’t given the time to adjust and shrink, leaving it saggy or loose, especially in areas that are delicate like the neck and décolletage.
Treatments available for Sagging Neck
A skin tightening procedure is a phenomenally popular with our patients, with many seeking treatment to rid them of their sagging skin. A simple online search about reducing sagging skin will find many creams claiming to aid this indication but at PHI Clinic, we provide device-based procedures and lasers as opposed to lotions, proven to give the results you desire.
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Non Surgical Facelift
With more and more non-surgical advances, the need to undergo surgery is not as imperative as it was, say, six years ago. Patients are able to achieve a lifting effect without the scalpel with a liquid facelift or non-surgical facelift.
Non surgical methods are a great substitution for those who are not ready to take the plunge and have a surgical operation. They are non-permanent, yet l...Read on Book consultation
Frequently Asked Questions
Depending on the treatment selected 1 – 3 treatments are required and treatments can usually be applied approx 4 – 6 weeks apart.
This treatment is not suitable for those who are pregnant or breastfeeding. We would also advise against treatment if you have an open wound or cold sore in the area to be treated, as this may cause irritation and the spreading of the condition.
Our treatments for saggy skin are performed by our highly trained nurses and therapists
Before and after Sagging Neck treatment
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