How to Get Rid of Loose Skin with Non-Invasive Laser Skin Tightening

What Is Forma?

Forma Treatments is a non-invasive, sub-dermal, thermal skin treatment for deep tissue stimulation. It uses radiofrequency (RF) technology to target deep in the skin’s layers, stimulate collagen production, and promote remodeling and skin tightening.

What Does It Do?

This RF energy safely stimulates new collagen production and skin contraction in the deep layers of the skin with consistent results. The subdermal heating increases collagen production and remodels it into a more youthful functioning layer. The RF energy encourages collagen strands to remold into tighter lines, which improves lines, wrinkles, and texture.

How Does It Work?

Forma uses radiofrequency (RF) technology and heat to target deep layers of the skin and stimulate skin contraction. The RF energy flows uniformly between electrodes and stimulates the formation of new collagen—the building blocks of skin that improve elasticity—and also contracts the layers of skin for an improved appearance on the surface of the skin.


What Body Parts Does It Work On?

Forma can treat the face and neck, along with body contouring for most areas of the body, such as the thighs, hips, buttocks, waist, stomach, and arms.

The most common treatment areas on the face are:

  • The forehead

  • Around the eyes (targeting crow’s feet)

  • Upper eyelids

  • Lower eyelids

  • Nasolabial folds

  • Smile lines

  • Jowls

  • Neck


And the most common treatment areas on the body are:

  • Arms (to treat bat wings)

  • Abdomen

  • Knees

  • Any other areas with loose skin

Forma can tighten the jawline, remove nasolabial folds, raise and lift the brow bone area, sculpt cheekbones, and improve overall skin health.




Microneedling, also known as collagen induction therapy, is a minimally invasive skin rejuvenation procedure that helps minimize the signs of aging, improve the appearance of acne scars and rejuvenate aging skin.

The SkinPen microneedling device causes controlled micro-injuries that stimulate the body’s natural wound healing process. The micro-injuries trigger the release of cytokines and growth factors that lead to the remodeling of collagen and elastin.

There are three phases to the wound repair process:
  • Phase I: Inflammation. Piercing the skin triggers your immune system to disinfect the wounds, remove debris, increase blood flow, and begin to create new tissue.

  • Phase II: Proliferation. The wound is re-built with new granulation cells, as well as a temporary (type III) collagen and elastin, which are part of the extracellular matrix. Additionally, a new network of blood vessels develops.

  • Phase III: Remodeling. The wound has been replaced with new dermal tissues and blood vessels. The type III collagen in the newly formed tissue is replaced with stronger type I collagen, which can contract to create a tightening or “shrink wrap” effect on the skin