What is the side effects of Brazilian Bum Lift?
What aftercare is advised?
Who is the best candidate for Brazilian Bum Lift?
If you are wanting to improve the appearance of your buttocks and upper thighs without going under the knife. If you have become unhappy with this area of your body, a non-surgical Brazilian Bum lift could be the perfect treatment for you.
Does it hurt?
Who might Brazilian Bum Lift not be right for?
If you have any of the following health conditions, unfortunately you will NOT be able to have Brazilian Bum Lift.
- Poor Circulation (Blood & Lymph)
- Pregnancy or immediately after pregnancy
- Alcohol or drug abuse
- Heart conditions
- High cholesterol
- HIV or AIDS
- Under the age of 18
If you have any of the following health conditions, you will not be able to have Brazilian Bum Lift without a letter of consent from your GP or Medical Practitioner.
- Skin Disorders
- High or low blood pressure
- Cancer or recovery from cancer till off medication for 12 months and have GP approval prior to commencing on cavitation treatment
- Thyroid disease or other hormonal disorders
- Any medication that affects liver function
- On regular prescription medication
Treatment can go ahead but will need to be modified if you have any of the following:
- Varicose veins
- Deep bruising
- Swollen joints
- Broken bones
- Metal implants
- Cuts and abrasions