Skin Tightening

Why do we get loose skin?

As we age, our skin experiences a natural decline in collagen and elastin production, two proteins responsible for maintaining its firmness and elasticity. Additionally, the underlying fat and muscle tissues that provide support to the skin diminish over time.

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Pockets of Fats

What causes stubborn fats?

Also known as "localised fats" are often caused by a combination of genetic predisposition, hormonal factors, lifestyle choices, and age-related changes. Whether it be those love handles that just won't go away or those saddlebags on your thighs, everyone has little areas of fat that just refuse to let themselves be burned off by exercise or a diet change alone.

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Weak Pelvic Floor

What is a weak pelvic floor?

A weak pelvic floor refers to a condition in which the muscles and connective tissues that support the pelvic organs become insufficiently toned or weakened. When these muscles are weak, they may struggle to adequately support these organs, leading to various symptoms and potential health issues.

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Double Chin

What causes a double chin?

Having a double chin, medically known as submental fat, can be a source of concern for many individuals. It occurs when a layer of fat forms below the chin, resulting in a sagging appearance and altering facial aesthetics. Fortunately, there are various treatments available that can effectively address this common cosmetic concern.

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Vaginal Rejuvenation

What is vaginal rejuvenation?

Vaginal rejuvenation refers to the overall well-being of the vagina and surrounding tissues. The primary goal of vaginal rejuvenation is to address various concerns related to vaginal laxity and other issues that women may experience due to factors such as childbirth, hormonal changes, aging, and genetics.

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What causes cellulite?

Cellulite is a skin condition that causes dimples and lumps, and it's more common than you might believe. It affects more than 90% of women. The connective tissue that holds the adipocytes (septa) pulls on the skin surface and deforms it as they develop. Concurrently, circulation is obstructed, and toxins build up. Cellulite forms at this point, giving the appearance of an orange peel.

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Muscle Tone (Diastasis Recti)

What happens to muscle tone after pregnancy?

After pregnancy, many women may experience changes in their muscle tone due to the physical demands of pregnancy and childbirth. The process of carrying a baby for nine months and giving birth can significantly impact the muscles and connective tissues in the abdomen and pelvic region.

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Lymphatic Drainage

What is the lymphatic system?

Our lymphatic system plays an important role in maintaining our overall health and well-being as it removes toxins, waste products, and excess fluids from tissues while supporting our immune function.

So what happens when it becomes congested?

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Why do our skin wrinkle?

Wrinkles are primarily caused by a combination of factors, with aging being the most significant contributor. These factors collectively contribute to the breakdown of skin structure and the development of visible signs of aging. Proper skincare, sun protection, and healthy lifestyle choices can help mitigate the appearance of wrinkles and maintain a more youthful complexion.

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