Often, the consequences of weight loss are expected and welcomed: higher energy levels, smaller pants, a more defined body. But sometimes there are also unexpected, unwanted changes – namely loose skin, which is present as loose folds throughout the body. And not only can that be uncomfortable and frustrating, it can also make you confused about what to do next.
Do you only leave weight just to have loose skin? Find out why this has happened and what you can do now to improve the situation.
Why does loose skin happen after losing weight?
In short, it is usually associated with Rapid. Weight loss, it is therefore a common mystery in people undergoing bariatric surgery for massive weight loss (more than 1
But even after weight loss, loose skin is a product of weight gain itself. "The skin has limited elasticity, and when it is pushed beyond the limit of this elasticity in weight gain, the skin can not contract completely on subsequent weight loss." explains Dr. Joshua Zuckerman, surgical director at Zuckerman Plastic Surgery New York City