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What Is Brachioplasty? We Explain This Popular Plastic Surgery Procedure

29th Jun 2022

Looking to tighten and improve the look of your upper arms? If so, you may be considering a brachioplasty, also known as an arm lift. This popular plastic surgery procedure can remove excess skin and fat from the upper arms, resulting in a more toned and sculpted appearance. In this blog post, we'll explain everything you need to know about brachioplasty, including what to expect during and after the procedure. This surgery is becoming increasi
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A Few Facts About Body Lifts

2nd May 2022

So what is a Body Lift? A body lift is a surgical procedure that removes large skin folds and fat from the hips, outer upper thighs, lower abdomen, and upper buttocks. The procedure is a form of body contouring surgery and is designed to improve the lower body’s appearance by modifying its size or shape. Why a Body Lift? A body lift removes and tightens excess skin, usually
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Getting Back to You & The Best Postpartum Shapewear

31st Mar 2022

As new mums, our bodies change dramatically during pregnancy and weight gain is one of the most noticeable factors. On average women gain around 20-30 pounds in only a few short months. Your uterus can enlarge some 500 x it’s normal size by the end of the pregnancy. Your body also produces hormones that help make the joints, ligaments, tendons, and muscle fibres more pliable. After baby arrives, you could still appear to be pregnant and for many the quest
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Your Body Changes During Pregnancy

1st Mar 2022

As a woman, our bodies go through a number of changes during pregnancy, and being prepared for this can help in not feeling so overwhelmed when they do occur. Let’s take a look at some of the changes: 1. Your Sex Life: Hormonal changes can increase or decrease sex drive.  2. Morning Sickness/Constant Nausea: As if
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Postoperative Care after Caesarean Section

1st Feb 2022

Right now, you are focused on caring for your new baby. But new mothers must take special care of their bodies after giving birth and while breastfeeding. Doing so will help you to regain your energy and strength. When you take care of yourself, you can best care for and enjoy your baby. Caesarean Wound Care Your caesarean wound will usually be along or just below your bikini line. Very
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