I'm 28 years old, and as the photographs relate, suffer from excessive skin laxity. Its entirely localised to my face, and Ehlers-Danlos has been ruled out by both a doctor and a dermatologist, and may be due to several courses of prednisone as a teenager. Although it does not effect my face in repose, in expressions, and smiling, the face bunches up in hound dog folds around the mid-face. I'm curious as to whether there are any treatments which could reduce or ameliroate this excess skin.
What Are the Available Treatments for Excessive Skin Laxity? (photo)
- London, e2
- 5 years ago
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