Loose skin on inner thighs
Causes of Loose Skin on Inner Thighs
The causes of this discomforting excess skin can stem from several reasons. If an individual has lost weight rapidly, there is no longer enough tissue to support the skin, therefore it begins to sag. Environmental factors, UV exposure and an unhealthy lifestyle can all contribute to loose skin, too.
The biggest culprit, however, is the lack of elastin our body is producing as we age. Elastin, as well as collagen, are two vital proteins of the skin, muscles and bones. Essentially, they keep our body’s structure and form intact. From as young as 25, we begin to decline in both of these proteins. Without structure and collagen, our skin can no longer support our tissues, and the gravitational pull begins to make the surface sag.
PDO Mono Threads for Loose Skin
PDO Mono Threads are a type of PDO filament which is inserted into the dermis of the skin in a mesh-like fashion. With its modified patented technology which is achieved through the manufacturing process, it is able to retighten the skin, leaving a defined and structured appearence. This advanced version of a skin tightening thread lift will deliver you with definition and rejuvenation.
Compared to generic thread’s threads that are inserted in a vertical order, Mono Threads are crossed over. This order allows them to primarily focus on tightening, as opposed to significantly lifting the surface of the skin. Usually, Mono Threads are combined with COG Threads as this pairing achieves an extremely defined look in both lifting and tightening. COG Threads do not need anchoring points to function, therefore are especially effective when targeting certain areas.
The optimum results of a thread lift are usually seen after six months, once the sutures have fully dissolved. Immediately, you will be given a visible inner thigh lift, and then post-treatment, clients can watch as their skin dramatically improves. Once the cycle is complete, you will be left with smooth, tighter skin that accentuates your legs’ figure.