Some people are unhappy with the shape they naturally have, especially if their body tends to carry more weight in specific areas. Fortunately, there are several ways you can reshape your body and feel more comfortable with your appearance.
Liposuction And Fat Transfer
This combination of cosmetic procedures is ideal if you have areas of your body you want to slim down, while giving you curves elsewhere. Most commonly, fat is removed from your abdomen, hips, thighs, and/or back area to remove areas that are not responsive to diet and exercise. The fat can be processed and added back to certain areas of your body. For example, some women want their fat transferred to their breasts instead of using silicone or saline implants or they might have the fat added to their buttocks to enhance the shape and size. Fat transfer for both your breasts and buttocks might be a preferred option over implants if you are concerned about more invasive surgery and the maintenance associated with implants.
Cryolipolysis is a non-surgical method of contouring your body by killing fat cells. This procedure is ideal if you only want to remove certain areas of fat. Cryolipolysis can contour your body by giving you better contours without enlarging other areas. For example, your buttocks can appear more curvy just by removing fat from the lower back and the back of your upper thighs. Unlike liposuction which immediately liquefies and removes the fat, cryolipolysis takes time to see the results and may require multiple treatments. The fat is frozen by using a device applied to the skin. As the fat cells die, they are eliminated from the body through normal processes that remove dead cells. So, it may take several months before you notice changes in your body.
Building muscle, alone or in combination with cosmetic procedures, is a good option to help you obtain the contours you want. Since everyone is genetically inclined to have a certain shape, adding muscle can give you the illusion of a balanced physique. For example, many women tend to carry more of their weight on their bottom-half (pear-shaped). If you happen to be pear-shaped and have a modest bust, your figure can look obviously disproportionate. For women who are unhappy with this shape, building up their upper body through weight-training can increase their chest muscles and make their bust look larger. Additionally, adding muscle to your shoulders and arms can also help you achieve more balance in your shape. Similar methods can be used if you are broader on the top and want a curvier buttocks and legs.
If you are dissatisfied with the contours and shape of your body, using a combination of contouring techniques can help. A combination of building your body and removing unwanted fat can help you create your ideal shape. To learn more, contact a company such as Cryo Body Perfections.Share