Is a 30 pound weight loss noticeable? After shedding the pounds, you might notice a smaller waist or a thinner face before the fat melts away from other stubborn areas. But one thing’s for sure—losing 30 pounds or more will make a noticeable difference on pretty much anyone’s frame, no matter the starting point or the goal weight.
Does losing 30 pounds change your face? Skin laxity can change after losing about 30 pounds, says Desai. “If you notice changes in larger areas of the body, like arms, abdomens, thighs, and buttocks, you may get that change in the face as well.”
How long does it take to lose 30 pounds? Losing weight at a gradual, sustained rate increases the long-term success of keeping it off, so plan on a healthy weight loss of 1 to 2 pounds per week. Make the right changes and stay diligent, and you can expect to lose 30 pounds in 3.75 to 7.5 months.
How much weight do I need to lose to see in my face? “Women and men of average height need to gain or lose about three and a half and four kilograms, or about eight and nine pounds, respectively, for anyone to see it in their face,” said Nicholas Rule, associate professor in the Faculty of Arts & Science and Canada Research Chair in Social Perception and Cognition.