How to deal with facial skin laxity? - icoone

Let’s save the collagen and elastin with icoone targeted treatments.

The skin is the body’s largest organ and its health is affected by various factors: aging, extreme weight loss, decline of muscle tissue, fat tissue drooping, genetics, and the effects of gravity. All these implications contribute to the breakdown of collagen and elastin. This can cause the skin of the face and body to sag and droop, which often has a negative effect on a person’s self-image and desire to socialize with others.

Highly reactive chemical compounds called free radicals also contribute to skin laxity. Chronic exposure to these unstable chemicals causes damage to the cells, tissues and organs of the body, including the skin.
Free radicals are often referred to as ROS (reactive oxygen species) or RNS (reactive nitrogen species). They are present in substances that most of us commonly come into contact with like:

– Some grooming products like deodorants, colognes, and shampoos
– Harsh cleaning products, glues, solvents, and paints
– Chemical additives to numerous packaged foods
– Industrial pollution from factories (smog)

The reliably effective way to boost elastin and collagen levels is to activate the fibroblast cells that produce them. Therefore, there are various natural products, along with non-surgical techniques and procedures used to tighten loose skin and make it appear more attractive.
With some specific icoone programs targeted for face, neck and décolleté you can easily achieve these goals.
Thanks to the program called “Neck Face One” you can obtain the improvement of very loose and thin tissue texture, in particularly delicate areas such as the upper chest, neck, face and eye/lip contour, using multi micro stimulation to boost collagen and elastin production. Whereas the program “Neck Face Two” is targeted to restore adequate tissue compactness.
So, this is the good news: there are steps you can take whenever you want throughout your life to keep your skin healthier and younger-looking!