Neck, hands, faces, bottoms, tummies and knees, sagging skin can affect them all, so no wonder it’s one of the most common causes of ageing that people want to see the back of. Sagging skin goes hand in hand with a loss of volume and fat so it can also occur when you lose a dramatic amount of weight. When we are young, our skin is plump and firm, but, as we get older, the collagen and elastin in our skin begins to degrade and this leads to the skin becoming more crêpey and saggy and losing it’s “snap”.
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