A breast lift for some women is an aesthetic concern, but for few, it could be a health concern. Is your only option a lift by surgery? What does a non-surgical breast lift involve? Could such a lift be right for you?
Misogyny or Free Will?
Before we jump into the details of breast lifts, let’s take a look at the procedure’s infamy. A recent study by the US National Library of Medicine found “that medium to large [breasts] were rated as the most attractive” by two groups of men. The study elaborates that men’s individual “viewing angle changed [their] rating of female attractiveness.”
On the one hand, the question begs, is this an objective study? Is there any validity to these seeming misogynist finds? Still, conversely speaking, this report doesn’t take into account the media’s portrayal of women. Furthermore, it fails to estimate the bias these men may have based on environment, culture, and porn-viewing habits.
Your Body, Your Choice
Still, what does a man’s opinion have to do with a woman’s body? The latest progress in our modern era has been the “My Body, My Rules” movement. Women all across the globe are embracing their right to decide what to do with their bodies. Included in these rights are aesthetic and cosmetic alterations.
True, while misogyny has been an influencing factor in these decisions, as of the turn of the decade, it’s become clear that men have begun losing their power. Yes, women are making their own decisions and for no one else but themselves!
What is A Non-Surgical Breast Lift?
So, what is a non-surgical breast lift? In the simplest of terms, the objective of a lift is the same as a high-quality bra: Give a nice lift and show off your cleavage.
It’s worth noting that a non-surgical breast lift is temporary and subtle, whereas a lift done by surgery is often drastic and permanent. Therefore, an ideal candidate for this procedure is a woman who wants to subtly increase the size of her breasts, to adorn her with a more perky and youthful appearance.
What Are The Details of The Procedure?
• Products and Technique
Most breast lifts that involve surgery use a silicone implant. However, this non-surgical procedure only requires an injectable filler. The procedure is quite simple, actually. The technique each doctor uses may be different. Nonetheless, a syringe with an FDA-approved dermal filler is injected into various parts of the breasts. With what results?
Results are visible almost immediately. As your doctor injects one or more syringes of Juvederm, Radiesse, Restylane, Bellafill, Belotero, or Versa, you begin to see the perkiness.
Did you know that some dermal fillers can last up to 18 months before being completely absorbed into the body? So, depending on the filler that you choose, follow-up treatments may not be required for nearly 2 years! Yes, results can actually last that long!
On average, a non-surgical lift lasts up to half an hour. Some consider this a lunchtime treatment. After the right filler for you has been selected, and all of the side effects discussed, a small syringe is used to inject the product into the targeted area.
The information provided herein has been reviewed for accuracy, but cannot be guaranteed to be free of infallalacy. A consultation with a doctor is always needed before receiving treatment of any cosmetic product.
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