If you want to keep your thighs looking trim and sculpted, then saddlebags can often get in the way. Lots of women and men can end up storing excess fat in their upper thigh area. Extra fat deposits can gather across your outer thighs, making fitting into your favourite pair of jeans a challenge. Thankfully, we offer a range of non-surgical treatments to reduce saddlebag fat across the thighs.
What is Botox lip flip treatment? A botox lip flip treatment involves precise placement of a small amount of botox at the corners of the mouth and near the cupids bow targeting the upper lip muscle. The goal is to relax tension in the orbicularis oris muscle and ‘flip’ the lip outwards to make more of the upper lip visible resulting in a fuller and plumper upper lip.
If you have unwanted bulges of fat across different parts of your body, and you want to get rid of them effectively, then CoolSculpting could be the ideal solution for you. As a completely non-surgical treatment, it can break down stubborn fat bulges in a similar way to liposuction, but without lengthy downtime. However, like all medical treatments, it does have some side effects and may not be suitable for every candidate. In this article, we explore the benefits of the treatment, while also examining the cons and downsides. This should enable you to decide if it is worth your time and money.
The neck is often a forgotten part of our skincare regimes with all the focus going on our face and maybe some remnants being shared down to our neck and decolletage. This means there is no surprise that the neck can be one of the biggest giveaways to age.
Ever since the 1980s, liposuction has been one of the go-to cosmetic treatments for permanent fat removal. Patients the world over have been using the treatment effectively to get rid of stubborn bulges of fat across diverse areas of the body. Whether you have excess fat across your stomach, or pockets of fat across your love handles, thighs or neckline, liposuction can rapidly redefine the look and shape of your body.
A recessive jaw or weak chin can cause patients to feel that their face is not in proportion, but often they may not realise what the issue is. Having a weak chin may cause your nose to appear larger, your upper lip may protrude outwards and the skin underneath the chin may just slope directly down to the neck with no outwards protrusion.