Crepey Skin

As we age, our skin undergoes a series of very predictable changes which can lead to the signs of aging becoming more evident. These include volume loss, changes to the skin’s surface, loss of skin elasticity, and the development of fine lines and wrinkles. Another key change that many people experience is the development of crepey skin on the face and body, with crepey skin on the arms being a particular concern for many.

Due to the passage of time and the significant impact of environmental factors such as excessive sun exposure, the skin naturally undergoes a number of changes as the years pass by. The thickness of the skin’s dermis starts to reduce, which leads to the loss of natural bounce in the skin. This causes crepey skin to develop.

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Here at Coppergate Clinic we offer a variety of crepey skin treatments to target thinning and crepey skin on the face or body, such as crepey skin on the arms, including:

  • Brachioplasty
  • Ultherapy
  • Fractional laser skin resurfacing
  • Profhilo
  • Viscoderm Hydrobooster.

Our expert team can help you to develop the perfect surgical or non-surgical treatment plan to tackle crepey skin on the face and body. Innovative, minimally-invasive treatments can work to boost the skin, helping you maintain your natural glow, even as you age.

If you want to improve the appearance of crepey skin on the face or body, such as crepey skin on the arms, speak to our friendly, professional team who will be pleased to talk you through the range of crepey skin treatment options available to you. During our bespoke consultations, our expert aestheticians work with you to find the very best treatment option available to help you achieve your desired results.

Get in touch with us today to discuss your crepey skin treatment.

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