Martinsville NJ, January 21, 2015 — Reflections Center for Skin & Body ( notes that, of all the issues that can be treated in a medical spa, sagging skin is the one most likely to require a physician’s intervention.

Sagging skin occurs as we age because UVA rays from the sun enter layers in the skin and break down fibers and collagen. This reduces elasticity,” said Dr. Mitchell Chasin, Medical Director for Reflections Center for Skin & Body. “Because the skin is thinner and less pliable, it begins to sag,” he explained. “Fortunately, we have a large range of treatments to treat sagging skin,” Dr. Chasin said.

In all, Reflections Center for Skin & Body has six FDA cleared treatments for sagging skin. Some are laser based, others are ultrasound based and others use radio frequency energy. With all these procedures the basic result is the same, the devices penetrate the deeper layers in the skin to rebuild collagen and restore elasticity. Some treatments work best in specific areas. There are others that reduce sagging and smooth the skin’s surface texture at the same time.

Because there are so many treatment types to tighten skin sagging, it’s important to consult with a qualified physician who can recommend the right procedures based on a particular issue.

To consult with a Reflections Center physician about treating sagging skin, visit They will match you with the right device and treatment regimen for your particular needs.

About Reflections Center for Skin & Body
Reflections Center for Skin & Body is dedicated to providing natural looking, noticeable outcomes for its patients using the latest, state-of-the-art treatments and technologies. Because everyone’s skin is unique, there is no single laser that fits all treatments. Reflections Center physicians work with patients to determine the right technology and procedures that are particular to their individual needs. Reflections Center doctors have been recognized nationally on TV for their expertise on the TODAY Show, Good Morning America, and The Doctors. They have also been recognized in publications such as Elle, Cosmopolitan, Harper’s Bazaar, and Women’s Health. For more information on Reflections Center for Skin & Body, visit