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When a person with large breasts loses weight will the skin be loose and if so how can you prevent it?

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2004-02-01 18:45:41
2004-02-01 18:45:41

Sudden drastic weight loss WILL cause skin sagging. Exercise along with dieting will reduce this and give tone to the muscles of the body. Muscles will not replace lost fat within the breast tissue, but they will support breast tissue from underneath, that is, in the chest wall. Moisturise your skin as much and as often as possible. This will improve elasticity and reduce creasing and stretch marks. Look after yourself.

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