Loose or sagging skin is not the first, but one of the most prominent signs of aging and occurs when internal or external factors affect the molecules that help keep the skin elastic, firm, and hydrated.

Most people start to experience skin sagging, loosening or laxity between the ages of 35 and 40 years and often find this skin “transition” quite traumatic as it often appears to have happened overnight.

Despite the ongoing effects of external factors causing our skins to sag, there is hope for those struggling with jowls, double chins, sagging cheeks, and loose labia.