The Brazilian butt lift is a procedure that uses your own fatty tissue to add volume and contour to your buttocks, for that sexy, youthful, lifted look you have always wanted.
The lift is used to correct the following issues:
If you are looking to correct any of these issues, Flawless Skin by Abby provides arguably the best Brazilian butt lift Nigeria has to offer.
Our world-class team has performed hundreds of successful Brazilian butt lifts. They have the skills and experience to help you achieve the results that will give you a beautiful, shapely profile that you want.
Additionally, Flawless Skin by Abby is one of the most prestigious and luxurious in the world. So, while you are becoming more beautiful, you can relax and be pampered in one of the most beautiful settings in which to have treatment.
If you are considering this procedure, Flawless Skin by Abby has arguably the best BBL Abuja delivered with precision and care.
There are a number of variations on the technique used for the Brazilian butt lift, but the basic three steps are the same for all of them:
There are actually two parts to the recovery:
You may be familiar with the expression, “Nature abhors a vacuum.” It refers to the fact that any void or empty space invites filling. This is also true for the body. This is why fluid tries to accumulate where fatty tissue was removed. Wearing a compression garment, massage and exercise are the three most common techniques for preventing and reducing swelling.
Your at-home, post-op care is critical to the long-term success of the butt lift. Recovery can take four to six weeks. Your surgeon will provide you with detailed instructions on post-op care, based on what you have had done. General guidelines include the following. For the first three to four weeks:
The final results of our Brazilian butt lift in Nigeria can usually be seen at the four- to six-month mark. Results should be permanent, providing your weight at the time of the procedure is maintained.
Fat grafting is being used for reconstructive breast surgery in women who have had mastectomies. Recent studies indicate that the fatty tissue does contain stem cells. While fat grafting should not be confused with stem cell therapy, researchers are investigating the impact of stem cells in fatty tissue.
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