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This condition is included here because many people who lose weight find their skin sagging and wrinkling. This is expected whenever there is a significant general loss of body fat because when the layer of fat under the skin (the subcutaneous fat) is diminished, the skin will no longer be "puffed out", and may sag. The best way to avoid this is to: (a) not lose weight too quickly (e.g., by starving yourself, a bad idea in any case), thus giving the skin a chance to assume its new dimensions properly; (b) avoid exposure to sun; and (c) use a good, all-natural skin moisturizing cream every day. Treat your skin gently, avoiding at all costs excessive drying and the use of chemicals.