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Twenty-four Americans who feel like prisoners in their own body seek to change their lives forever by enlisting the help of doctors to drastically change their appearance. Beginning Wednesday, January 6th at 9/8c with the season four premiere of MY 600-LB LIFE we'll follow the lives of 12 people weighing over 600-lbs and their medical journey to shed the weight. Then, in the new series "Skin Tight", premiering Wednesday, January 6th at 10/9c, viewers will meet 12 Americans who have lost massive amounts of weight and are ready to undergo a full-body transformation through skin removal surgery. After hundreds of pounds of fat are shed through methods ranging from gastric bypass surgery to strict dieting and workouts, there is still a constant reminder of a person's once much heavier self. Skin Tight takes an intimate look at people who have lost extreme amounts of weight and will go through extensive surgeries to remove up to 50-lbs of excess skin. Some individuals have six-packs, but it remains hidden under mounds of skin, leaving many feeling even more uncomfortable than when they were obese. With cutting edge technology and reconstructive surgical options, experienced surgeons will cut away massive amounts of skin, creating a full-body transformation. The reveal will not only change each subject's self-image, but will change their lives forever.
Kylie has weight loss surgery that leaves her with a life-threatening infection; Anna fears her extra skin makes her look unprofessional.
Sarah turned to food for comfort during her damaging childhood, but her weight loss left her with sagging skin; Roger overcame a challenging life to raise his children, but his weight loss gave him restricting excess skin.
Annette lost over half of her body weight, but her excess skin is a painful reminder of years of overeating; Callisto lost 250 pounds and became a model, but the shame of her loose skin put her passion and marriage on hold.
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