Sagging Skin

Sagging Skin



Human skin is the largest organ of the body and serves as the first line of defense against external irritants.

Being the outermost cover of the body, the skin remains completely exposed to the environment and is vulnerable to injuries. This is compounded by the wear and tear of skin cells due to aging, natural bodily changes, or other medical conditions.

Elasticity refers to the ability of the skin to stretch and then return to its original shape without getting loose. As skin ages, it loses elastin resulting in sagging skin.


Loose skin is not a medical condition itself, but a sign of skin aging or other forms of skin damage. The areas most prone to skin sagging are your stomach, face, neck, arms, legs, and hips.

Flappy, hanging skin is accompanied by the following symptoms:

  • Fine lines and wrinkles, especially on the face
  • Loss of skin color, which makes it look increasingly pale or pigmented
  • Increased skin sensitivity


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