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After making a big effort to lose those extra pounds, looking unattractive due to loose skin can be very frustrating. Now that you’ve lost weight, the hanging pouch around your stomach, together with the extra skin on your back, butt and hips, are all preventing you from achieving the body you dream of.
But don’t get discouraged yet; with this video you’ll learn the reasons why your skin is loose, plus some great tactics and strategies to make it tighten again around your body as quickly as possible.
The first thing you have to know is that skin is actually a living organ, which changes and adapts constantly, and whose cells are being created and eliminated non-stop. The skin layers that are located immediately below the surface (the dermis and epidermis) are composed of an elastic tissue. When a person loses considerable weight in a short period of time, the skin’s elastic capacity cannot tighten around the new body fast enough. Highly restrictive diets worsen the condition, because a lot of muscle is lost besides fat, increasing the amount of skin left hanging.
Depending on how much weight you’ve lost, the complete readjustment process can take up to 2 years. But you need not worry, if you apply what you learn in this video, you’ll tighten your saggy-looking skin in much less time and without it affecting your health.
There are 2 important factors you should take into account to make your skin tighten around your new figure as fast as possible. The first is “tighten the skin from within”, and the second, “tighten the skin from the outside”. I’ll now explain each one in detail, and I’ll also give you a few simple ways of putting these concepts into practice
Factor #1: “Tighten the skin from within”
I know this concept may sound a bit weird; what it’s meant to cover are diet, hydration and muscle mass.
Diet: You should know that collagen and elastin are two of the skin’s essential components; they determine its elasticity and firmness. An unbalanced diet can lead to shortage of either of these components in your skin, making it look saggy as a result.
Vitamin C and zinc are fundamental for collagen and elastin production. A correct intake of these two nutrients will make lose skin go away quicker. Some foods that are high in them are: red bell peppers, parsley, kiwis, broccoli, oysters, liver and whole eggs.
Many people find it difficult to incorporate the daily required amount of vitamin C and zinc into their diets. In such cases, buying supplements is a good alternative to avoid nutrient deficiencies.
Increase the amount of high protein foods you eat; they are rich in collagen and other amino acids that promote the skin’s health and elasticity. Some protein-rich foods are: eggs, dried fruit, fish, and red meat, among others.
Needless to say, you must eliminate junk food from your diet; not only it doesn’t provide any nutrients, but it will also make the task of regaining your skin’s elasticity much harder.
Factor #2: “Tighten the skin from the outside”
Skin elasticity depends a lot on external influences as well. For example, certain soaps can drastically reduce the skin’s strength, while other creams and products will go a long way in making your loose skin tighten again quickly and easily.
While you may use creams to help tighten your skin, you have to make sure they have been made from natural ingredients, and are rich in collagen, retinol, and Vitamins A, E and C. These ingredients are designed to increase collagen and elastin skin levels.
Use exfoliants as well, they help eliminate dead skin cells and improve circulation; which lead to healthier and firmer looking skin.
Avoid soaps that contain sulfate (SLS) that dry up the skin and make it lose its elasticity. Look for milder, better-quality soaps. If you swim regularly, try to take a shower immediately after; chlorine also tends to dry the skin.
For the same reason, avoid prolonged exposure to the sun.