Post Procedure Recovery
Liposuction is a cosmetic surgery that removes small but stubborn pockets of fat. It's especially popular for the lower abdomen, flank area, upper arms, and thighs. The procedure is a great option for removing fat deposits that just won't go away with diet and exercise. However, one common concern with liposuction is loose or sagging skin.
After any form of liposuction and related procedures (traditional lipo, HiDef, Vaser, Smart lipo/laser lipo, Bodytite, Cellulaze, RF, Abdominoplasty/tummy tuck, cellfina, subcision and Brazilian butt lift/BBL) the skin is often left with either hard scar tissue lumps, hardened skin and adhesions known as fibrosis and potential for uneven saggy skin.
Not everyone experiences sagging skin after liposuction. The surgery usually only removes a few pounds of fat, so some people see no difference in their skin tightness. Sometimes, though, even removal of a small amount of fat can cause some loose skin.
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Loose skin after liposuction is similar to loose skin after weight loss. Typically, the faster you lose weight and the more weight you lose, the looser your skin will be. Liposuction removes fat all at once, so your skin doesn't have a chance to shrink over time. Immediately after your surgery, you may be unhappy with the sagging skin. However, loose skin almost always tightens up at least a little bit in the months or years following the procedure.
The severity of the sagging skin and the time it will take to bounce back depends on a variety of factors. The younger you are, the less likely you are to have a permanent issue with loose skin. The amount of fat removed can make a difference, too. If you've already lost a significant amount of weight before liposuction, you may already have some loose skin that could become more noticeable after the surgery. Genetics play a big role in your skin's elasticity as well.
It's not always possible to predict exactly how well your skin will react to the liposuction procedure. Your doctor will probably evaluate your skin elasticity to get a general idea, though. If your doctor thinks your skin might sag after the procedure, he or she can give you recommendations for how to tighten your skin up.
Minor loose skin will probably shrink up on its own, but there are also lifestyle changes and treatments you can try to boost your skin's elasticity. Drinking water is one of the best things you can do to help your skin tighten up after liposuction. Water is great for skin elasticity and for the overall health and appearance of your skin.
Manual Lymphatic Massages can improve your circulation, which will tighten up your skin over time. You should wait until your body has completely healed from the surgery to get a massage, though.
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