Non-Surgical Treatments to Get Rid of Loose Skin

Loose skin is a common concern for many individuals. The good news – there are non-surgical treatments available to get rid of loose skin.

Loose skin can be a common concern for many individuals, whether it’s due to weight loss, ageing, or other factors. While surgical procedures like tummy tucks and facelifts have traditionally been used to address this issue, not everyone is comfortable with or interested in invasive procedures. The good news is that there are non-surgical treatments available that can help to get rid of loose skin. Let’s explore some effective non-surgical options to consider for achieving smoother, more youthful-looking skin.


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Radio-frequency Therapy

Radio-frequency (RF) therapy is a non-invasive treatment that uses energy waves to tighten, lift and ultimately get rid of loose skin. The SkinBase Collagen Lift Treatment uses a ceramic wand to heat the deeper layers of the skin. The treatment stimulates collagen production and tightens loose skin. Collagen Lift is relaxing and non-surgical, tightening, toning and firming the skin with no downtime necessary. Radio-frequency is ideal when used to get rid of loose skin. There are none of the risks associated with surgical procedures. The Collagen Lift treatment can be used on various areas of the body, including the face, neck, abdomen, and arms. The treatment feels like a hot stone massage as the ceramic handset comfortable works heat into the skin.

Laser Skin Tightening

Laser skin tightening is a popular non-surgical treatment that uses laser energy to stimulate the production of new collagen which helps to strengthen, tighten and help get rid of loose skin. This procedure has uses on different areas of the body, including the face, neck, and thighs. Laser skin tightening treatments are generally well-tolerated, though offer less comfort than radio-frequency treatments, and can help improve skin texture and firmness.


Cryolipolysis, commonly known as CoolSculpting, is a non-invasive fat reduction treatment that can also have a tightening effect on the skin. By freezing and destroying fat cells, it triggers a natural healing response in the body to tighten and smooth, to get rid of loose skin, resulting in improved skin firmness. Cryolipolysis has uses on various areas across the body, particularly where fat deposits do not respond to diet or exercise.

Microfocused Ultrasound

Microfocused ultrasound, such as Ultherapy, is a non-invasive treatment that utilises focused ultrasound energy to stimulate collagen production in the deeper layers of the skin. It can effectively lift and tighten sagging skin on the face and neck, providing natural-looking results over time. As with Collagen Lift, microfocused ultrasound treatments are a viable alternative to surgical facelifts. But, the treatment requires some downtime. Ultherapy is more expensive than other non-surgical methods, as therapists recommend just one or two treatments. To provide longer lasting results, the treatments are uncomfortable, unlike other non-surgical methods.

Non-Surgical Thread Lift

A non-surgical thread lift involves the use of dissolvable threads to get rid of loose skin by lifting and tightening. Your skincare expert will place the threads strategically under the skin to create a subtle lifting effect. Facial contours improve, the appearance of jowls or sagging brows reduces. Thread lift procedures are minimally invasive, therefore, requiring some recovery time. They can be an excellent option for those seeking immediate results.

Get Rid of Loose Skin

If you’re dealing with loose skin, non-surgical treatments are viable options to turn back the clock on ageing. There are several options available to get rid of loose skin. These non-invasive procedures can be effective in rejuvenating your appearance, improving skin elasticity, and boosting self-confidence. However, it’s important to have an in-depth consultation with a skincare professional. Find your nearest SkinBase Therapist here.

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