Enhance body with non-surgical procedures

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Cosmetic surgery has become increasingly more socially acceptable and openly talked about in recent years — even Kiwi celebs have proudly shared the results of their surgical experiences with us, the NZ Herald reports. And while we know we should love our bodies in their natural state — imperfections and all — it’s also true that not everyone’s entirely happy with what they have. The recent developments in non-invasive cosmetic surgery now mean aesthetic improvements are possible without resorting to the hassle and risk of surgery. Let’s take a closer look at two of the most popular minimally invasive beauty treatments of the moment.

Mesotherapy

Mesotherapy involves injecting vitamins, enzymes, hormones, and plant extracts to hydrate, rejuvenate, and tighten the skin — as well as remove excess fat. The precise combination of ingredients differs according to the issues being treated. Mesotherapy aims to correct underlying issues responsible for skin damage like inflammation and poor circulation. It’s used to improve the appearance of cellulite, decrease lines and wrinkles, treat alopecia, tighten loose skin, remove fat from the stomach, thighs, buttocks, hips, legs, arms, and face.

The results? Mesotherapy brightens and tightens treated areas, so your skin naturally looks the best it can be. Results last, but can be best prolonged with a healthy diet and regular exercise.

CoolSculpting

CoolSculpting is an FDA-approved non-invasive procedure that essentially freezes and kills fat cells. An average procedure takes 35 minutes, also giving it the name “lunchtime lipo” — there’s no pain, downtime, or scarring. CoolSculpting uses cooling plates to suction your skin and freeze fat cells to the point of irreversible damage. Your body then flushes them out. It’s effective for disappearing extra pockets of fat on your tummy, hips, thighs, upper arms, chin, and back.

CoolScultping isn’t, however, a substitute for fat loss achieved with healthy diet and exercise. The results are gradual — they develop over three months — and subtle, yet noticeable. It’s used to contour the body only when endless sit-ups and protein shakes have done all they can.

Considering surgery?

Surgery — no matter how minimally-invasive — is a big decision. If you’re considering altering your body in any way, take the time to think it through. Be sure it’s the right step for you. Research various clinics along with the qualifications of each surgeon. Look at examples of their past work and ask yourself if you’d be happy with similar results. Above all, you should be confident you can trust the manner and abilities of your surgeon before going ahead with any procedure.

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