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  1. Jan 28, 2023 · A gaunt look can be caused by a variety of factors, including anorexia, cancer, AIDS, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and other conditions that cause weight loss or muscle wasting. It can also be due to some medications, like glucocorticoids, that can cause muscle and fat tissue loss.

  2. Jun 4, 2024 · See before and after pictures that real people shared of what it's like take Ozempic, Wegovy and other weight-loss drugs and how they look now.

  3. Feb 8, 2023 · Whispers about “Ozempic face” — a hollowed-out, loose-skinned, droopy appearance, due to losing weight quickly with the drug — first started swirling when Kim Kardashian appeared in public ...

  4. Ozempic face refers to the facial changes that patients who've lost a significant amount of weight sometimes experience: primarily a loss of facial fat that can leave the face sagging and...

  5. Aug 21, 2023 · Three women share their real-life stories and Ozempic before and after photos, detailing side effects, weight loss progress, and how they felt coming off it.

  6. Apr 9, 2024 · Ozempic face is a side effect of taking the diabetes medication. A dermatologist explains what that is, and Oprah and Sharon Osbourne share their thoughts.

  7. Oct 24, 2023 · This article will explain the term “Ozempic face,” including how Ozempic affects the face, other possible side effects of the medication, and how to avoid the facial effects of Ozempic.

  8. Apr 13, 2023 · Rapid weight loss while using Ozempic can result in excess skin on the face (and body), creating the appearance of sagging and wrinkles. The medication Ozempic has made news for how it can...

  9. Feb 16, 2023 · The term, coined by Paul Jarrod Frank, MD, a New York City dermatologist, refers to a side effect of the drug, and of rapid weight loss in general: facial aging, including gauntness and skin...

  10. Aug 28, 2023 · Using Ozempic for weight loss could lead to sagging of the skin, especially in the face, known as "Ozempic face." Here's why it happens and how to fix it.

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