When we get to that certain age we can start to sag and lose firmness, even ex-swimmers can have sagginess after muscle loss under the arm. How great that we now have a procedure to lift the skin and leave it firm and tight again, all this without doing any surgery!
With all the stress we put on our midsections—during pregnancy or with weight gain and loss—it’s no wonder that, as we age, the shape and size of our stomachs change. When diet and exercise don’t provide the results that you want, a surgical procedure like a tummy tuck (Abdominoplasty) may be your best option, assuming you and your doctor agree you are a good candidate for this procedure.
Gluteoplasty is a surgical procedure aimed at increasing the size and shape of the gluteus. This procedure augments the area of the gluteus by adding injected fat grafted from your own body.
A more popular word for Gluteoplasty is “Brazilian Butt Lift”. Why “Brazilian butt”? We think the procedure got its name after the known fact that Brazilian women exhibit feminine bodies with lifted rounded curves. The demand for this procedure has increased rapidly in the last few years.
Best Brazilian Plastic Surgeon in London Dr Maurino Joffily specialises in body contouring and Vaser Liposuction with more than 17 years of experience.
Lipolysis non surgical procedure for fat dissolve
In aesthetic word there are a lot of innovative approaches to shape the body without surgery. Sometimes diet and exercise are time-tested methods for improving how you look and feel, but they are not always able to combat persistent fat deposits.
One of them called lipolysis injection which can help to reduce unwanted fat and dissolve cellulite.
Nowadays there are many types of this injection some of them including combination of vitamins and acids. A Lipolysis injection contains a solution of lipotropic nutrients that are made up of one or more of the following fat burning compounds: choline, inositol, methionine, amino acids, vitamin b12 and other vitamins and minerals. Each of these properties are important because they each have a key role in utilising fat, distributing energy, and removing toxins from the body.