Does losing weight make your skin darker?

How does weight loss affect your skin complexion? Is it normal to get darker after a weight loss? How to retain skin colour after losing weight?

Level 0 Asked on October 13, 2018 in Beauty and Fat Loss.
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Yes, it’s normal to get a bit darker after weight loss. When you lose weight, you’re also losing the fat in the skin, which eventually decreases the plump look in your face. We become malnourished. The lines and wrinkles get deeper, and the skin starts sagging, which is also the reason for aging quickly.

Instead of dieting and starving yourself, you must attain a healthy lifestyle, which in turn will give you happy healthy skin. Drink lots of water, exercising is a must. Cut down the consumption of calories by 250, increase your physical activities and burn extra calories. This will help you lose 0.5 pounds in a week. Set a weight loss goal which is ideal for your entire body.

Level 0 Answered on October 13, 2018.
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Your skin needs plenty of fats to become healthy and glowing skin.  However, when you are trying to lose weight, you will not only deprive your body with fatty foods but also burn the fat cells in your body. This will ultimately darken your skin.

Level 1 Answered on October 17, 2018.
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