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Ozempic users are reportedly spending thousands of dollars on corrective procedures after the weight loss from the drug reportedly left them with sagging skin.

Ozempic, administered weekly via injection, aids in reducing blood sugar levels by enhancing insulin production in the pancreas, according to UC Davis Health.

It is typically used by adults with type 2 diabetes and is not approved for weight loss. Yet, a trend has emerged in recent years where individuals take the medication to lose weight, and some of them experienced what has been dubbed the “Ozempic face.”

What is “Ozempic face”?