A butt lift, in essence, is what it sounds like, a procedure that raises the buttocks. While butt lift procedures are centered around hoisting up the butt, they also plump and contour the shape of your behind. Still, what’s the big deal surrounding plumper, robust and higher booties?
Why Butt Lifts Are So Popular
Some experts postulate that the evolutionary response to a bigger butt is what drives men to seek them out. A doctor conducting an experiment, referenced in a previous post, sums up his research by saying that, “men who think they like big bottoms may actually be more into spines.” In fact, “men may be directing their attention to the butt and obtaining information about women’s spines.”
Is that true? Far be it from us to question a professional’s judgment, but, what man walks around thinking about the curvature and angle of his partner’s butt. What if a man finds another man’s butt attractive? Or, if a woman finds another woman’s behind intriguing?
The ensuing questions of this study’s conclusion are substantial enough to assert that it’s flawed. But, what you choose to do is important. Knowing your options could mean the difference to your wallet along with your pain rubric.
Butt augmentations have existed for decades in various forms. Most popular is a gluteal implant, wherein an implant is inserted under the butt muscles. The results of the surgery are nearly permanent. However, the side effects can range from infection to death, including anesthesia during, and therapy afterward.
Another option has been lipo-injection, the transfer of far from one area of the body to the buttocks. Yet, the efficacy of this procedure is widely debated as studies can’t substantiate the body’s metabolic effects on the fat.
Ultimately, going under the knife is expensive, risky, and recovery is a hassle. Is there a simple, cost-effective alternative?
Sculptra for a Bigger Butt
Dermal injectables, or in other words cosmetic fillers are some of the most dynamic products to hit the market in years! Their uses vary per product. However, some are more flexible and easier to contour than others. In specific, doctors are using Sculptra to plump, contour, and raise butts. But, some wonder whether Sculptra can accomplish their goals.
Realistically, a butt lift with Sculptra cannot substitute implants or surgery. Non-invasive procedures are an alternative to traditional methods, not their replacement.
Sculptra can, however, give you a lift that’s subtle, yet rich. In fact, when injecting the product, your doctor, can even provide contouring. Even though not the initial goal, a non-surgical lift can go so far as increasing size and volume!
Sculptra is FDA as a volumizer. And, while maybe some side effects, they pale in comparison to the risks of surgery. Even so, effects include headaches, swelling, sensitivity in the area. These are rare and often temporary.
Are You Ready for The Next Step?
If you think you qualify for a non-surgical butt lift, fill out this form for the doctor to contact you. Or, you can contact him first!
It’s important to note that simply one session usually can’t achieve desired results as multiple injections are required. These are usually scheduled about three to six weeks apart. While results may vary, they typically last two years, when the product is then metabolized and absorbed. This does not cause any harm to the body at all.
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