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Will chair massagers make your skin loose?

Will vibrating or kneading chair massagers make your skin loose? I use one everyday on my back.

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No. Not at all. Whether or not your skin is tight or loose is mainly down to your genes and age. Young skin has much more elasticity than older skin. Well-hydated skin also has more fullness and elasticity than older or drier skin. A massage chair is NOT going to make your skin loose at all! The best things you can do to maintain skin elasticity(so it isn't loose): -Sunscreen, every single day, winter or summer. -Don't smoke -Eat a healthy diet. A varied diet with lots of fruits and veggies is best. -Maintain a healthy weight. Dramatic weight loss (like more than a third of your body weight) can result in loose skin because it was so badly stretched if very significantly overweight. Younger skin tends to be more likely to bounce back, so if you're carrying extra weight, it's better to lose it younger than after you've carried it for ten or twenty or thirty years. It's always healthier to lose it, but effects on your skin can vary based on age and how long you've carried a lot of extra weight. -Stay well-hydrated. If your pee is pale yellow to clear, you're well-hydrated. Yes, you'll be running to the restroom frequently. -Exercise! You don't have to go nuts with this. A solid half hour of walking at a brisk pace is enough. But exercise increases your network of capillaries and hydrates and plumps the skin. Also nourishes it. So try to get 30 minutes a day of decent aerobic exercise--brisk enough that you can still talk, but in short sentences. But no, a massage chair isn't going to make your skin loose. Not possible.
Sep 30, 2017
actually vibrate, or moving the tissue in circular waves can bring back the elasticity in your skin. ((: fun fact, right? that's why when you get a full facial, or products used to bring back elasticity, firmness, you use a vibration of circular or straight lines across the face in areas.
Sep 30, 2017

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