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How Laser Skin Tightening Can Help You With Sagging Facial Skin

Your face is what people see first and remember the most. What kind of impression is your face making? 

If you look older than you are, it's time to take action, but not by rubbing creams into your skin or heading for the operating room. Laser skin tightening offers a safe and effective alternative that doesn't require surgery.

Dr. Divina Averilla and our team at Love Your Body Medical Spa know how frustrating it is to see your face change before your eyes. The good news is we have advanced technology that can revive your skin quickly and with little disruption to your normal routine. 

Here's what you should know about laser skin tightening

How does laser skin tightening work? 

Laser skin tightening uses radiofrequency energy to create heat in the layers of your skin. This process tells your body to start making collagen and elastin (something it hasn't been able to do on its own for a while). 

Collagen and elastin are essential proteins that give your skin structure and elasticity. You have lots of it when you’re young, but over the years, it wears down, and your body stops producing it. Producing new collagen improves skin firmness, fullness, and texture over time.

We offer the Reaction™ by Viora CORE™ system, which combines power and precision to bring quick, lasting results without damaging your skin. 

Why laser skin tightening?

Our patients love laser skin tightening because it's a quick and painless procedure that requires no downtime. Most sessions take less than an hour, and you can get back to your daily activities afterward. 

Bonus: The results develop gradually and always look natural, so you won't suddenly look like a different person overnight.

Another advantage of laser skin tightening is that it works on almost any body part, not just your face. We can use it to tighten loose skin on your neck, arms, stomach, or thighs.

Understanding the risks

Of course, as with any cosmetic procedure, there are some risks and potential side effects you should know about. Side effects can include temporary redness, swelling, or blistering. They’re typically mild and subside within a few days.

We equip you with the tools to manage any side effects that develop and keep your skin looking healthy for the long haul. 

If you're interested in trying laser skin tightening, the first step is to visit Dr. Averilla. A licensed practitioner, she has years of experience performing skin-tightening procedures and can answer your questions. 

She also assesses your skin and helps you determine if combining other treatments with laser skin tightening could benefit you.

Laser skin tightening is a safe, effective, and noninvasive way to improve the appearance of sagging facial skin. So if you're looking for a way to turn back the clock without going under the knife, it may be worth considering. 

Call our friendly staff at 702-213-5948 or use our online booking tool to request an appointment at our Las Vegas, Nevada, office today. 

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