When you’ve been slugging away at the gym and don’t feel like you’ve gotten as far as you want, a miracle solution to move the weight is awfully enticing. So, is liposuction the answer? It’s it better than exercise and diet?
Cellulite can happen to the best of us. Studies tell us it happens to 85-98% of women. This dimpling on the surface of the skin, a padded or ‘orange peel’ appearance, is extremely common and occurs on the hips, thighs, buttocks, and abdomen.
If you’re considering a lipo or liposculpture, there’s a lot to know about the procedure. How effective will it be? Is it permanent? Is it for me? We’ve put together 5 lesser known details about lipo that you might be glad you know.
Man Boobs. Even with a good diet and exercise regime they can be hard to move and they can make you feel self-conscious and want to keep them covered. What other options are there that will reliably get rid of man boobs?
When you get down to the nitty gritty, there is actually a range of liposculpture procedures that can be undertaken to surgically remove fat from problem areas around the body. Each have different applications but are designed to give great results and reduce recovery times.
A 40-year-old male presented to the clinic complaining of stubborn fat in the chest area, abdomen and flanks. The patient is a non-smoker, maintains a healthy diet, is an avid runner and plays golf weekly.
Is it for me: Who are the best candidates for liposculpture? Liposculpture reshapes and recontours areas of the body. The best candidates for this procedure are people who have areas of stubborn fat that cannot be shifted with diet and exercise alone.
Stephanie Darling, Beauty Beat writer for the Herald Sun, road tests neck and chin liposculpture. Stephanie breaks down the treatment process from a patient’s perspective, and talks about her recovery and results after just 2 weeks.