Saggy arms are normally caused by extra skin on the arms. This can occur due to weight loss, age, or both. It can be frustrating when your arms and body proportions do not match. Normally, the recommended procedure for saggy arms is a brachioplasty, or arm lift. However, this can seem a bit too much for those with only slight sagginess. Sometimes liposuction is an option as well. However, is there a non-surgical treatment for saggy arms?
Depending on the severity of the sagging, there are potential non-surgical treatments. First, radiofrequency microneedling can help tighten the skin and reduce skin sagging. However, this treatment is best for mild skin sagging and will have little effect on excess arm fat.
Secondly, certain laser treatments may help tighten the skin. The exact treatment will vary based on the patient’s needs and skin tone. However, lasers do offer a viable way to address sagging skin on the arms.
Finally, non-surgical fat reduction technologies can help improve the look of the arms. Though, it is important to note that patients may still need additional skin tightening treatment after the removal of the fat.