Liposuction

Keep Your Expectations Low (Like, Really Low) for“Lunchtime Lipo”

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bad lunchtime lipoHave you seen the claims floating around out there about how you can get tons of fat sucked out of your belly or love handles during your lunch break?

Before you sign up for one of these misleading procedures, here’s what you should know about so-called “lunchtime liposuction.”

Does Lunchtime Liposuction Really Work?

Here’s the truth:liposuction is a surgical procedure, so it is going to require some downtime, no matter how you slice it.

The process involves small incisions carefully made in the target area so that a hollow little tube can be inserted and suction out unwanted fat cells. Obviously, this is going to cause some swelling and bruising that can last for several weeks, so you’re not going to want to head back to the office right after your appointment.

The only way that lipo might ever be considered a “lunchtime procedure” is if you’re getting only a very small amount of fat removed from under your chin, say, or another minimal area. There are also nonsurgical options like CoolSculpting®, lasers and radiofrequency devices that can help to get rid of some bothersome fat, but you’re not going see the same dramatic results as you might with traditional lipo.

When to Spring for Regular Lipo

If you’re already getting a tummy tuck, you might want to slip lipo in there, too.

If you’re ready to say adios to pesky fat in more than just a tiny area, regular liposuction is probably your best bet. Ultimately, you’re going to see more dramatic and maybe even longer-lasting results if you go this route and leave lunchtime lipo alone.

 

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Keep Your Expectations Low (Like, Really Low) for“Lunchtime Lipo”
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Keep Your Expectations Low (Like, Really Low) for“Lunchtime Lipo”
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Wondering if lunchtime liposuction is the way to go? RaveBabe explains why you should be wary of “too good to be true” procedures like this.
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