A New Beauty Treatment For Hip-Lifting
What is the most popular way to lift hips, and what are their advantages and disadvantages
When it comes to beauty surgeries, hip augmentation is what people often talked. According to the statistics released by the American Society OF Plastic Surgeons(ASPS), hip-augmentation treatment has performed the fastest growth in plastic surgery, which has doubled since 2013. The well-known beauty treatment for the hip is “Brazilian Butt Lift” (BBL), created by celebrated Brazilian plastic surgeon Ivo Pitanguy. In such an operation, fat will be taken from one’s body like the abdomen thigh and then transplanted into the butt (butt implants can be used in some cases) to enhance butts.
The effect is significant and immediate, however, it comes with side effects that cannot be ignored despite its popularity among people. It is called the deadliest plastic surgery, the reason is simple. There are a lot of blood vessels in the buttocks, some of which are as thick as straws. The blood flows into the inferior vena cava, which is connected to the heart. In buttocks augmentation surgery, fat is injected into the buttocks by a sleeve or a long metal tube. However, if the doctors are not experienced enough to cause operational errors, they will inject fat into the gluteal muscles or under the gluteal muscles. The fat then enters the heart and lungs directly, obstructing blood flow, and leading to immediate death.
For those who take this operation for the first time, they may face the highest incidence of complications compared to other plastic surgery as well as up to eight-week downtime. In addition to this, it is quite expensive with an average of about 5 grand. So, it is understandable that many people seek non-surgical treatments. Here is an increasingly popular way to lift butt – vacuum therapy.
What is Vacuum therapy?
Unlike the aforementioned “BBL”, vacuum therapy is non-invasive, which means it can help lift your butt without making incisions in skin or tissue. What’s more, it is a kind of massage technique similar to lymphatic drainage. It uses vacuum cups to help you lift and shape your bottom. As the picture shows, put two small vacuum cups on the thigh and hip and put big vacuum cups on the buttocks for 30 minutes.
Does it really work?
This treatment can help with lymphatic drainage, stimulate muscles, and transfer fat accumulation to make the buttocks look smoother, firmer, and plumper. According to Dr. Steve Fallek certified plastic surgeon by the BeautyFix board, the vacuum hip-lifting can offer immediate effects and can lift one’s butt by up to 70%.”. People who have taken the treatment say that one treatment’ effects are equivalent to 1500 squats.
Furthermore, it has a much lower risk of side effects and complications and shorter downtime than plastic surgery. It is non-invasive and so there are barely any pains you can feel except a minor squeezing sensation when the vacuum cups are being used or removed from the skin. After treatment, you may experience slight side effects like distension or tenseness, which will disappear very soon.
What you have to pay attention is the treatment effects can not last forever. You need to take the treatment on periodicity. The treatments you need to take depend on your muscles and skin’s elasticity. Professionals recommend that you should take 2-8 treatments to achieve optimum results. But in order to make your butt look firmer and plumper, you’d better take regular exercises.
What should I do before taking the treatment?
You need to drink enough water. You should drink 4-5 cups of water before treatment and 4-5 cups after treatment to ensure all harmful substances in your body can be removed through body metabolism. Some may experience soreness and bruising after treatment.
What benefits can the Vacuum hip-lifting bring to you?
- Smooth skin
- Relax muscles
- Lift, smooth, and enhance the butt
- Promote circulation
- Promote one’s immunity
- Remove blockage
- Relieve pains and inflammation
- Promote lymphatic drainage
- Enhance hip and breast without surgeries