How Can I Tighten Facial Skin?

If your skin has lost its youthful firmness and you’re wondering – How can I tighten facial skin- there is no reason to worry, because they are a variety of skin tightening treatments now available.

Loose, sagging skin is a telltale sign of aging, and is usually caused by the breakdown of the collagen and elastin in the tissues over time. The decline in these natural proteins decreases the tightness and elasticity of the skin.

How can I tighten facial skin?

If you are looking for a non-surgical way to tighten facial skin, RF Microneedling is a very effective option.

RF Microneedling is a minimally invasive skin tightening treatment that supercharges traditional microneedling by adding controlled radiofrequency (RF) energy.

How does RF microneedling tighten the skin?

The RF microneedling system creates microscopic channels in the skin, while simultaneously delivering focused RF energy to the collagen fibers in the deep dermal layer. This process kick-starts the production of collagen, which plumps and tightens the skin, and reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

How many RF microneedling treatments do I need?

Most patients notice some improvement after just one RF microneedling treatment. However, depending on the extent of skin laxity, up to 3 treatments may be needed. A single RF microneedling treatment takes 30-45 minutes, but this varies based on the size of the area (click here to learn more).

Who is a good candidate for RF microneedling

RF microneedling is the ideal option for men and women looking for a non-surgical skin tightening treatment that delivers excellent results, with minimal to no downtime.

Would you like to learn more about RF microneedling? Search our directory to find a practice in your area.

If you are in the Bala Cynwyd, PA area, Cosmetic Facial Surgery Center is our featured practice.

You can reach them at www.drfarole.com, or by calling (610) 615-0585.

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