Can weight loss cause dry skin?

How does a change in weight affects your skin? What are the best ways to reduce fat without affecting skin health?

Level 0 Asked on October 14, 2018 in Beauty and Fat Loss.
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Yes. I believe there’s a high probability that the skin can get dry as result of weight loss, flunctuating weight loss to be more precise. But note, this can only happen if a person fails to adhere with already started routines or exercises in the bid to loose weight.

A typical case of the above will be those who intend on loosing weight but find it hard to keep up a steady exercise routines, meaning one day in and two days out. Situations like this pose a negative risk to the elasticity of the skin. Just like rubber, the skin gets stretched in and out during an unsteady exercise routines. These frequent expansions and extractions of the skin over a period of time will eventually take a toll on the skin leading to loosed firm skin. As you know, looser skins can be difficult to maintain as they are most oftenly regarded as dry. This is in a way how loosing weight can cause dry skin.

Level 1 Answered on October 14, 2018.
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Yes. I believe there’s a high probability that the skin can get dry as result of weight loss, flunctuating weight loss to be more precise. But note, this can only happen if a person fails to adhere with already started routines or exercises in the bid to loose weight.

A typical case of the above will be those who intend on loosing weight but find it hard to keep up a steady exercise routines, meaning one day in and two days out. Situations like this pose a negative risk to the elasticity of the skin. Just like rubber, the skin gets stretched in and out during an unsteady exercise routines. These frequent expansions and extractions of the skin over a period of time will eventually take a toll on the skin leading to loosed firm skin. As you know, looser skins can be difficult to maintain as they are most oftenly regarded as dry. This is in a way how loosing weight can cause dry skin.

Level 1 Answered on October 14, 2018.
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One of the side effects of weight loss is actually dry skin. At this point, you body isn’t getting enough nutrients as it used to. The available ones are used to carryout functions inside the body. Vitamin A is essential for skin renewal so it is best to supplement with vitamin A. Stay hydrated always. Eat proteins and take warm baths. These may help remedy dry skin.

Level 1 Answered on October 15, 2018.

I think you are right. When people begin their weight loss regime, they either exercise a lot of strip the body with food. When you do a lot of exercise, you will sweating a lot and if you do not take fluids, you will be deprived of body fluids which can make your skin dry.

on October 17, 2018.
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