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Simple tricks to get rid of sagging skin

Drastic weight loss diets or pregnancy can give an unsightly look of your skin, which loses its elasticity.

Simple tricks to get rid of sagging skin

If you want to improve your skin tone, you need to use some very simple tricks to get rid of sagging skin.

1. Lotions for strengthening your skin
They must be made plant-based, and namely Aloe Vera, and also they should contain vitamins E and A, which will increase the production of collagen and elastin in the skin.

2. Do not expose yourself to the sun
If you want to get rid of sagging skin, you should also know the following: immediately after you’ve lost some weight, your skin needs more care and protection. Try not to expose yourself to too much sun or warm water and chlorine, because they will affect your skin even harder.

3. Peeling with sea salt
Peeling with sea salt makes real wonders for sagging skin, claim scientists. It stimulates blood flow and thus makes your skin healthier and more resilient. Have a peeling with sea salt twice a day at least three times a week and you’ll see results quickly.

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4. Collagen creams
Another way to fight your sagging skin after you have lost weight is to feed it with creams containing collagen. They can be quite expensive and are not efficient for everybody, so before you buy them, try to get more information about the effects and the results of these lotions.

5. Lift some weights
During diets and after you have managed to lose weight it is recommended to do a lot of exercising to lose weight evenly and to keep your skin elastic and toned up. If, however, your skin is not as elastic after having lost some weight, it is recommended to lift weights three times a week. They will help to tone the skin and musculature.

6. Drink water
Drink at least 8 glasses of water a day during your diets, and after weight loss. The water contains numerous nutrients that help the skin to be healthy and shiny.

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