Your Ultimate Guide For Firmer-Looking Knees
1 || Stimulate Collagen
Embracing aging should commence long before the arrival of old age. As the saying goes, prevention is superior to cure. In order to accomplish this, it is essential to utilize creams enriched with potent ingredients that promote the production of collagen and elastin, such as retinol and peptides. Additionally, the application of hydrating body products infused with these collagen-stimulating elements can ensure you reap the utmost advantages.
2 || In-Office Solutions
If your knees are already saggy and you aren’t having luck with the topical treatments, it is maybe time to try an in-office one. While curing crepey skin above the knee can be difficult, and no, there is no magical cure for it, you can still see some improvements with the Infini device (micro-needling with radio frequency), focused ultrasound, and radio-frequency machines.
With Ultrasound treatments like Ultherapy, you can see results after only one session. Renuvion skin tightening is highly recommended for the targeted area, frequently complemented by liposuction or CoolSculpting to enhance definition.
3 || For Severe Cases
If none of the above-mentioned solutions worked for you or if you have a severe case then you may need to employ a combination of treatments to maximize the desired results. This may involve the use of radio-frequency treatments in conjunction with fillers to enhance the underlying skin structure for a more pronounced effect. Utilizing techniques such as radio-frequency micro-needling, such as VirtueRF, along with hyper-diluted bio-stimulatory fillers like Radiesse or Sculptra can help achieve a dramatic outcome. In cases where specific areas present challenges, a recommended option is to combine Ultherapy with a stimulatory filler such as hyper-diluted Radiesse or Sculptra to address those concerns effectively.
4 || Surgical Solutions
This is your last resort. If your case is extreme and noninvasive treatments didn’t work for you, then surgical solutions may be necessary. A thigh lift is an option that can help tighten some of the skin around the knees. Some severe cases may need direct excision of the excess skin on the knee, but this one can leave a visible scar so leave it as a last option.