So we know that smoking damages the skin, but unlike sun damage that only affects areas of the skin that have been exposed to UV light, smoking affects skin all over the body, from your head down to your toes. Loose, wrinkled skin may develop on the hands, chest, abdomen, and anywhere else, but the good news is that there are ways to reverse the damage.

Radio frequency-based anti-aging wrinkle reduction and skin tightening treatments can offer the boost your skin needs to support improved collagen and elastin production levels. Utilizing advanced radio frequency (RF) technology, these treatments, targeting wrinkles on the face or loose skin on the body, deliver energy deep below the skin’s surface to stimulate the natural production of collagen and elastic fibers, the two fundamental building blocks to firmer, smoother, healthier-looking skin.