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Over the years, the oval of the face loses its firmness and tonicity. The skin first starts to distend slightly and then progressively starts to sag, causing a slackening of the face. Certain areas like the cheeks, where the skin is away from the bone, are especially affected. Sagging skin gives the general appearance of a tired face marked by age. How can we explain this sagging? Can it be solved or halted?

What can one call facial sagging?

With age, skin loses firmness, tone and elasticity and gives the general impression of a slackening of the face.
Areas affected by facial sagging
The process of sagging skin is slow and deep: it begin...

Why does skin sag?

To understand the process of skin sagging, you must learn the structure of this organ: the skin is comprised of cells which are sit in an extracellular matrix, a sort of mattress which remains tight a...

The different effects facial sagging

The process of sagging skin is the same over every surface of the body and for all human beings. The only difference which exists between individuals is down to their genetic inheritance which determi...

Sub-cutaneous evolution aggravating the effects of sagging skin

Skin sagging provokes deep changes in the volume of the face. These marks can be even more visible as sagging skin is linked to sub-cutaneous factors: loss of skin volume, fat, muscle and bone.
The e...

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