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    skin question
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    An_251552 posted:
    if i loose weight by excersising will my skin get saggy?
    previously I lost weight by probably not eating or excersing, if I start excersing and full body work out now will my skin stop saggying?
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    PetuniaPea responded:
    If you lose weight slowly, the chance of your skin sagging is less. Everyone is different and there's no guarantee, but if you are younger in age and lose weight at a slow pace, you might not have any sagging to worry about!
     
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    kattys responded:
    Drink lots of water to prevent sagging of skin. Go for bottled water instead of tap. Also, make your diet more nutritious.


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