5 natural ways to tighten loose skin after giving birth

5 natural ways to tighten loose skin after giving birth


Pregnancy affects your body in many ways, one of the most notable of these changes is loose skin. Tightening the skin during pregnancy at a rapid rate can cause the skin to lose its elasticity and thus become loose and saggy after delivery.



Some natural methods can help tighten loose skin


1. Drink water regularly


One of the simple but important treatments for sagging skin is to increase your water intake. Make sure to drink plenty of water before and after delivery, as water enhances the elasticity of your skin and


 prevents sagging. Water also raises your metabolic rate and allows you to burn more fat. Experts recommend drinking 14-16 cups of water a day, compared to 14 cups a day (for women). 


2. Eat more protein

You should try to build the muscles of your body. Muscle increase can automatically tighten the skin. Eating foods rich in protein can help build muscle and provide your body with essential nutrients that are essential for your body especially after childbirth.


Include foods like beans, seafood, lean meats, eggs, and soy products.


 3. Use of massage oils

You can also use body oils such as vegetable oils with antioxidant content and anti-inflammatory properties, such as almond oil, to help get rid of stretch marks.


4. Try strength training

Strength training should be done as a regular exercise, as it helps tighten your skin in addition to its benefits in preventing sagging skin. Strength training stimulates muscle contraction, which helps build strength and produce new cells and tissues in the body.


5. Exfoliate your skin

Exfoliation can help tighten your skin and keep it firm. Loose skin in the abdomen and breast area can be dealt with by exfoliating the area with a scrub. Exfoliation not only helps to remove dead cells, but also helps to promote blood circulation in the body, thus preventing the skin from sagging. 


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