However, if you carried this weight for years you may not be so lucky. The last factor is your age. The older that you get the less elastic your skin will become.
Regardless of your particular situation, there are things that you can do to help tighten up your skin and have less of that saggy look.
First, before you do anything for your skin you want to make sure that your.
Many people that still have more body fat to lose, immediately assume that their excess body fat is excess skin.
A good body fat percentage for men is 14-17% and for women, a good range is 21 – 24%
When you know your body fat percentage is low enough, and what you are dealing with is actually loose skin, one of the number one ways to tighten up is by building more muscle.
When you lose a lot of weight chances are high that you will lose some muscle mass as well.
If there’s little muscle mass under the skin the skin will look flabby and unshapely. So start weight training if you already have loose skin,
and if you’re in the process of losing weight, it would be a good idea to weight train the whole way through, as it could really help your skin look tighter at the end of your weight loss transformation.
Supplementing during and after losing weight can help. Supplement with vitamin c, omega 3, zinc, and collagen, collagen helps make skin more elastic.
Even though your body naturally produces collagen as we age collagen levels will decrease.
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