Sagging Jowls Will Be A Thing Of The Past Now

Updated: Jun 15, 2019

Sagging Jowls Treatment (Skyn Stories By Dr Meenu Sethi)

Age is bound to take a toll on how we look and we disconcertingly get to deal with a number of beauty problems. But the most unnoticed issue involved with the face is sagging jowls. As it occurs in the jaw and cheeks, it can make a person look and feel older. Do you see a crease that starts from the corner of the mouth and extends down to the jaw line? They are irritating as they literally change the shape of your face and has the knack to make you look older. It makes you look sad even when you are not. Pretty sad?


There are many factors which can vary from environment to genetics which can contribute to sagging jowls but the primary reason is aging. The skin loses vital proteins called elastin and collagen which are required to keep the skin smooth and firm as we age. The body stops producing elastin shortly after puberty and produces collagen sluggishly as we age. Due to the loss of these proteins, gravity starts to affect the shape of the skin, pulling down on it and leading to sagging due to less protein, leaving you with a firm skin. Repeating some facial expressions over a long period of time also play an important part in creating sagging jowls.

Surgical Treatments

Sagging jowls are considered as the inevitable part of the skin that comes with age. While you cannot stop the aging process, there are many surgical treatments which can reduce these annoying jowls and helps you regain a beautifully defined jaw.

- Facelift

It is a surgical procedure which involves surgically removing and repositioning the skin of the face before affixing it, leaving you with a firm and less wrinkled skin. It is a highly invasive procedure and may take months to heal, so make sure that you talk to your doctor before you opt for this. If you are looking for a long term solution then this is the best option for you. The results of this treatment will last up to 10 years or more. You may experience swelling and bruising after the treatment and may take two- three weeks to subside.

- CO2 laser

This procedure involves the vaporization of the tiny columns of skin, which actually reduce the amount of skin surface. It works dually by inciting new tighter collagen and shrinking total skin area due to heat response of vaporization. CO2 laser does what others cannot do, that is reducing the amount of skin surface.

- Radiofrequency Treatment

It is less invasive than other laser treatments and involves sending radio waves into the skin, which stimulate the collagen growth and finally leaving you with taut skin. You will have to visit your doctor once a week for eight to nine months for treatment before you notice any results. The results of this treatment will last up to 1 year. However, results depend on the skin types and severity of the problem.

Non-Surgical Treatments

There was a time when facial plastic surgery was the only option to tackle the problem of sagging jowls. Many people opt for surgical treatments and there is nothing wrong in it, but only if you are prepared for a longer recovery period. There are many non-surgical treatments which can give you effective results without having to undergo downtime.

- Juvederm Voluma

It is an FDA approved gel which adds instant volume to your cheek area and adds both contour and lift. If you are looking for non-surgical treatment then this is the perfect option for you. The effects of this treatment last up to two years and quick results from it make it a popular choice. It also corrects the loss of volume and helps you get back that young look.

- Ultherapy

It is an FDA approved non-surgical treatment used to manage sagging jowls and tighten your skin to eliminate drooping and loose skin. It uses ultrasound waves to deliver energy to the muscle layer under the skin, which kindles the natural body process boosting collagen growth and tightening of muscles. It is completely natural and safe way of lifting your skin, including the neck, chin, and eyebrow. The results last for about one to three years and downtime is about 2 to 4 days.

- Botox

It is also a popular treatment to reduce the appearance of sagging jowls. When injected into a specific area along the jawline, it works by restricting the muscles that are pulling the jowls downward, leaving you with the contoured and lifted look. The results last up to four months and there is no downtime, but usually takes three to seven days for results to show.

Exercises for Sagging Jowls

If you do not want to undergo the ordeal of surgical or nonsurgical, then you can perform these daily exercises to reduce sagging jowls. They will tighten the tissue and skin in your face, which eventually leaves you with tight skin without surgeries.

  • Pull your cheeks back and downward slightly, until your lower lip tightens. Use your fingers to firmly massage the muscles in the jaw as you keep the lip light.

  • Point your chin up toward the ceiling and then extend your lower lip until it covers the upper lip and tightens your neck.

Repeat the sagging jowls exercises five to six times, several times a day.

Skin Care Routine for your 30s

30s are considered to be fantastic as you finally know who you are, and you clearly know what you want from life. But, life is known to play its own muck and, thereby, you begin to notice changes in your skin. You look tired even after taking plenty of sleep, wrinkles begin to develop and acne decides to make a re-entry. 30s are great, but we were just not prepared for some of the nasty skin changes coming.

Turning 30 is often undervalued as an instant death of freakish life experiments and soft supple skin. Honestly, everybody is going to see some changes in their 30s due to hormonal balances. Hormones are one of the biggest contributing factors to skin problems. However, with a commitment to a good care regimen and valuable ingredients, it is always possible to have a healthy skin and complexion that will last beyond your 30s. Here are some daily skin care tips to follow to get younger and vibrant skin in your 30s.

Exfoliation - As you turn 30, cell turnover and the metabolism of your cells slow down. Exfoliation is really important to get rid of dead skin cells and even out your complexion. Go for an exfoliating agent having ingredients such as salicylic, lactic or glycolic to help dissolve pigmented cells, improve enlarged pores and to keep the skin fresh and vibrant. You can also undergo chemical peeling treatment for better and long-lasting results.

Avoid acne products- Even if you are experiencing acne, it is best recommended to avoid acne products as they can dry out your skin. Instead, go for spot treatment or visit your dermatologist to find out the best treatment suitable for your acne problem.

Know your essentials- It is really important to look for key ingredients that help your skin look radiant and youthful. Go for moisturizers, toners, and serums which have ingredients such as Vitamin C, Niacinamide, Glycolic acid and Hyaluronic acid. These products boost collagen production and maintain elasticity for a longer time.

Niacinamide- Reduces the appearance of dark spots and increase the skin’s moisture barrier.

Vitamin C - Reduces discoloration from hormones, birth control pills, pregnancy, and breakouts.

Glycolic Acid - It helps treat mild hyperpigmentation and is also effective on acne-prone skin.

Hyaluronic Acid - Hyaluronic acid secures moisture and creates fullness. It helps treat multiple signs of aging.

Don’t forget to Apply Sunblock - Exposure to the sun is the primary cause of visible, premature skin aging. Buy cosmetics or moisturizers that contain an SPF of 30 or higher to wear on a daily basis. Always wear a hat or sunglasses for sun protection.

Remove makeup before you sleep- Don’t forget to remove your makeup and wash your face before going to sleep at night to allow your skin to breathe and recover.

Apply a serum- Apply a serum before applying your moisturizer if your skin tends to be dry. Serums include anti-aging ingredients and are generally more easily absorbed into the skin as compared to lotions.

Apply Eye Cream - The skin around your eyes is normally the first to show signs of aging because the skin here is much thinner than the rest of your face. Use an eye cream that contains wrinkle-repairing ingredients such as niacinamide (Vitamin B3) or glycerin to improve and correct the appearance of expression lines, dark circles, puffiness, fatigue, and dryness.

Diet - Include antioxidant-rich foods in your diet, such as avocados, citrus fruits, spinach, and berries. Fresh fruits, vegetable salads, fatty fish, olive oils, and beans will help your body get rid of toxins. So, make sure to include lots of fruits and veggies in your diet.

Hit the Gym Regularly - Walk for 30 minutes or exercise every day to eliminate waste products from your skin. Exercise reduces levels of the body's stress hormones, such as adrenaline and cortisol, make you feel energised and healthy.

Drink 7-8 Glasses of Water Every Day - Replenish and hydrate the skin from inside by drinking plenty of water every day. It is important not just for a healthy body, but for beautiful skin as well.

Avoid Smoking and Intake of Alcohol - Alcohol can dehydrate your body, pulling moisture out of the skin along with essential nutrients that your skin needs. Smoking can make your skin look pale and it also affects collagen. People who regularly smoke tend to have more wrinkled skin, bags underneath their eyes and look older than non-smokers.

Visit Dermatologist Regularly - A regular visit to a dermatologist can help prevent the ascending problems, helps treat existing skin problems and helps in taking protective measures to avoid any future skin related issues.

By following these tips, you’ll be well on your way to healthy and youthful skin in your 30s and beyond. If you notice major changes in your skin due to hormonal fluctuations, it is always best to consult a dermatologist to know how to balance the needs of your skin.

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