Loose Skin

Loose Skin

After rapid weight loss, many people are left with unwanted loose skin. Our skin adapts to weight gain by stretching and expanding, but it has limited ability to tighten and snap back once that excess fat is gone.

Over time your skin’s elasticity weakens and your abdominal muscles, which are largely responsible for how toned your abdomen is, become stretched.

Some people are more susceptible to excess skin than others. Your skin’s ability to bounce back depends on multiple factors, including age, the quality of your skin tone, genetics and the amount of weight lost. Extremely dramatic weight loss does not give your skin time to adapt and shrink to your new shape.

Even after losing weight, loose skin can have a negative effect on self-esteem. It can also be uncomfortable to carry around excess skin as it can cause chafing and rashes.

We provide the following treatments for Loose Skin:

Arrange an appointment

The best way for you to get reliable and useful information about our treatments is to arrange an appointment and come for a consultation. Our expert staff will show you around the Polyclinic and answer all your questions about the procedures and machines. During the conversation, the doctor will listen to your needs and expectations, and accordingly, advise you on appropriate treatments from our wide range. You can also plan the treatments, arrange the price of the service or a package of services, and get informed about the means of payment. Some of our treatments are very short and it is possible to perform them even during the consultation. We guarantee the highest standard of services, the best preparations, and machines that give the best results.

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Polyclinic Milojevic, Zagreb
Nova Ves 17 (Centar Kaptol)
10000 Zagreb, Croatia
Phone: +385 (0)1 485 4441


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