Age and genetics are also prime factors in how your skin bounces back. When my mom had a little nip/tuck done in her chin area, the doctor told her prior to the procedure that her skin was the type that she'd need more surgery in five years. Sure enough, about five or six years later the area was soft again. I'm guessing that skin recovery post weight loss is much the same.
Do what you can mechanically (all the stuff mentioned above), but don't beat yourself up if you still have a bit of loose skin. You can always make love in low lighting.
"Right is right, even if no one is doing it; wrong is wrong, even if everyone is doing it." - St. Augustine
Well my belly skin is saggy and it's all to do with having babies ... I am overweight but not massively and I do hope that losing excess fat will help but ultimately I'm afraid I will need a tummy tuck. Still I will do everything possible first!!
I was advised to use underwater massage and it helped fantastically! You know, the thing when you are in a nice warm bath and get massage with flowing water from the sides of the bath + from a hose in asistants hands.
A bit? I'd be happy if it turns out to be just a bit. I'm afraid it's going to be more than a bit.
Originally Posted by JoanieL
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Last edited by ramka; 06-19-2013 at 07:15 PM.