Although a range of treatments can help you improve your skin’s elasticity, it’s important to take measures to prevent skin from losing elasticity for younger-looking skin.
You can try out preventative treatments that improve the elasticity of your skin. Consult an accredited facility that works with qualified aesthetics, plastic surgeons, and dermatologists to offer effective treatments.
After your consultation, a licensed medical professional can help you determine which preventative treatment can improve the skin’s elasticity. Some of your options may include micro needling, injectables, or photo facials.
When the UV rays from the sun penetrate the skin, they damage the elastic fibres that keep the skin firm. According to a study, chronic exposure to UV irradiation causes an aged phenotype (photoaging) that overlaps with aging caused by the passage of time (chronological aging). When this happens, areas of the body frequently exposed to the sun show more signs of aging, such as loose and saggy skin, wrinkles, or fine lines.
Protecting your skin from the sun is crucial when trying to improve your skin’s elasticity. Avoid sunbathing for prolonged hours and always use broad-spectrum sunscreen when you spend time under the sun. You can further protect your skin by wearing a wide-brimmed hat and avoiding the sun during hours when the sun rays are the harshest, usually between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. when the UV index is high.
Medical-Grade Skincare Products
Medical-grade skincare products are often created with more sophisticated mechanisms of absorption and premium ingredients, allowing the active ingredients to penetrate more deeply into the skin. Using products with a concentration of Medical Grade-A ingredients will help protect your skin and improve its elasticity more quickly and efficiently.
Look for clinics that are authorized retailers of SkinCeuticals advanced skincare products, as dermatologists trust this leading skincare brand. This line of products is specially created with ingredients that target aging concerns to improve your skin and prevent future damage.
Consistent Skincare Routine
A consistent skincare routine can keep your skin hydrated and prevent the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines, and hyperpigmentation. Take your time to develop a skincare routine and follow it every day, as it will restore skin texture and firmness, allowing you to reduce skin elasticity loss. The first step to creating a routine is figuring out your skin type. Once you’ve figured out your skin type, start looking for products that target elasticity and incorporate them into your skincare routine.
The amount of sleep you get at night can impact skin elasticity. Your skin makes new collagen when you sleep, which prevents sagging. More collagen means that your skin will remain plump and is less likely to lose elasticity. Try to get seven to nine hours of sleep every night to prevent your skin from losing elasticity and looking unhealthy.
Although you cannot stop yourself from aging, there are methods you can embrace to prevent your skin from losing elasticity. Preventive methods combined with treatments are an effective way to keep your skin looking and feeling its best!