The sagging is loss of tonicity, this may be muscle or skin, which together can be given separately as well.
The muscle sagging refers to the loss of muscle tone due to various factors including heredity, water shortages, poor diet (low protein), sudden changes in weight, sedentary lifestyle, bad habits, etc.
Sagging skin happens because the network of collagen and elastin that has failed and disconnects the epidermis to the dermis causing the sagging. This failure may be due to several factors such as decreased fibroblast activity by age, in pregnancy, stretch marks by, sedentary lifestyle, poor diet, lack of hydration roe, menopause or sudden changes in weight among other things.
To combat skin sagging there are several treatments, but it is important to know that skin retraction can be achieved is only 10%, so that the results depend on the extent of the problem.
To treat sagging skin, treatments can be performed with radiofrequency, iontophoresis, electroporation, crioiontoforesis, ozone therapy, and acupressure criotrerapia, as well as tension mask, massage modelers, cryogenic gel, creams with gotu kola, thymus extract, vegetable oils (Rosehip or wheat germ) and products containing hydrolyzed collagen and elastin.
How to prevent skin sagging
It is important for a healthy diet rich in vegetables and fruits, drink two liters of water per day, avoid sun exposure, exercise moderately, use moisturizers and nutrients, making a body scrub every 15 days, keep a stable weight and have healthy lifestyles.
The treatment in aesthetics is the electro-stimulation to generate a strengthening of the muscle fibers, such as Russian wave. Massages are also effective modelers that are helping the tissue and muscles to regain its form.
But none of this is effective if treatment is not complemented with a proper diet, which has to ensure the protein intake needed to tone up the muscle, and hypertrophy takes shape as desired, also the physical activity is crucial (home exercises in fitness room or weight training in gym class).