Honestly, there are no “good” types of body sag—few would rejoice at discovering sagging earlobes, elbows, or toes. However, some kinds of sag are depressingly inevitable. We get older, have children, gain and lose weight, and BOOM! Our posteriors are stampeding toward our ankles.
But, we don’t have to weepingly accept the dastardly plans of our butts (or other saggable regions)! We have tools! We have strategies! Here are the three most obnoxious forms of sag, and the three best remedies.
You’ve delivered healthy children (or finally lost a significant amount of weight), worked like a fiend to tone your muscles and improve your cardiovascular health, and this is your reward? A tummy that looks like wadded-up tissue? Don’t let the state of your stomach defeat you. You sound like a candidate for a tummy tuck.
Abdominoplasty is the surgical removal of excess skin (and some fat) on the abdomen. A tummy tuck also repairs damaged abdominal muscles that contribute to sagging and a permanent paunch.
Since those bat-wings won’t help you take flight, why not get rid of them? One of the quickest and most effective treatments for mild upper arm sag is VelaShape III. This treatment tightens skin and reduces cellulite without surgery. Where do we sign up?
Got butternut squash boobs? Nip ’em in the bud with a breast lift! Breast enhancement for sagging breasts might involve a breast lift alone, or a breast lift and implant combination to boost volume too. Check with your plastic surgeon to see which option could be best for you.
So, raise your spirits and your drooping bits! There’s a solution for nearly every aesthetic issue. Except sagging toes—your doctor will just have to improvise that one.
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