AM I A GOOD CANDIDATE FOR THE NON-INVASIVE BUTT LIFT?

Not everyone is a good candidate for the non-invasive butt lift. In fact, it is required that you weigh a minimum of 115 pounds, wear sizes S, M, L, XL or pant sizes 6-10+. The reason being is, this treatment is done using existing fat on the client and relocated to problem areas whether it be the hip-dips or buttocks. Please Note: If you wear a size small in tops but are a size 6-10+ in jeans, you are a valid candidate. When trying to figure out if you are a good candidate, check your pant size or take your own measurements. You can also book a consultation to have the body contouring specialist sit with you 1:1 so you can better understand how the treatment works and if in fact, this treatment is a good fit for you.   

WHAT IS A VACUUM THERAPY BUTT LIFT ?

A vacuum therapy butt lift is a cosmetic procedure that lifts and contours the buttocks using suction cups and vacuum suction. It enhances your butt by stimulating the muscles, breaking down cellulite, shifting fat deposits, increasing lymph flow and circulation, and improving skin elasticity.

Unlike butt augmentation and BBLs, vacuum therapy is non-invasive. This means there are fewer risks involved making it one of the safest and most painless ways to get a butt lift.

Depending on the individual, two or more sessions are needed to see results. The final result is an improved texture around your glutes and a visibly toned, lifted, and more rounded butt

IS A VACUUM BUTT LIFT SAFE & ARE THERE SIDE EFFECTS?

These butt lifts are safe and for the most part painless apart from a slight pinching sensation you might receive when the cups are being applied and removed.

Needless to say that everybody is different which means some people can experience some minor side effects. A common side effect of a vacuum butt lift is numbness or redness on your butt, and some people even report experiencing a tingling sensation.

However, this doesn’t last very long nor should it deter you from carrying out your regular day to day activities. The possible side effects should last for about 3 – 5 minutes maximum.

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IS IT PERMANENT?

Once the number of sessions required for your specific body type are completed, results are permanent. However, proper post care is recommended which includes a healthy lifestyle combined of a proper diet and exercise routine for a longer lasting result. Remember, 30 minutes of the non-invasive butt lift treatment is equivalent to 1300-1500 squats! s.

Typically, you’ll also need about 2 – 4 sessions for best results and they should be done within a 1 – 2 week span.

Coupled with the right treatment plan, you can maintain your perky butt for a long time.

It’s worth noting that if it’s your first session you might need to undergo the procedure for the maximum amount of sessions. But in subsequent months (the maintenance period), you can go fewer times.

AREAS IT TREATS ?

– Lifts your buttocks by up to 70%
– Instant results
– No surgery
– No pain
– No down time
– Enhanced body tone and shape
– No anesthetic
– No side effects
– Improves blood circulation
– Excellent for cellulite
– Tightens & Tones Skin

What are the Benefits of a Vacuum Butt Lift?

Vacuum therapy for the buttocks is worth considering if you’re looking to improve the appearance of your butt.

Plus you stand to gain many benefits from a vacuum butt lift session

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HOW DOES A VACUUM BUTT LIFT WORK?

The great news is that getting a vacuum butt lift is like getting a massage at your favorite spa. The procedure is non-invasive and painless.

For a better understanding, here’s a step by step on how the vacuum butt lift works:

Step 1

While the patient is lying on their stomach, specialized suction cups are applied along the buttocks.

Step 2

These cups are left on the butt for about 30 – 45 minutes with a specialized intensity depending on the patient’s tolerance.

Step 3

The cups are made out of transparent material that grants the therapist access to monitor the effects of the suction treatment.

A vacuum butt lift session should take about 30 minutes. However, it’s not unheard of for a session to last up to 45 minutes as it mostly depends on the tolerance of the patient.

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LIP FILLER INJECTIONS 
Do’s And Don’ts Before + After Your Filler Treatment (11.2.2021)

It can be intimidating to receive Goddess®, Restylane®, or other dermal fillers for the first time. Here at TLLR YEG & MEDI SPA we believe that educating our patients allows them to make the best decisions for their individual needs. We understand that, although it’s a small, nonsurgical and relatively painless procedure, receiving fillers or BOTOX® can be intimidating for someone who’s never done it. Because of this, we’ve put together a little guide for what to expect before and after receiving a filler treatment.

What To Do Before Lip Fillers And Injections

In order to reduce the amount of bruising and swelling at the injection site, Dr. K  makes the following recommendations about how to prepare for fillers:

       One Week Prior to Lip Injections

  • Avoid blood thinning over-the-counter medications such as aspirin, Motrin, ibuprofen, and Aleve.

  • Avoid supplements, including St. John’s Wort, Gingko biloba, primrose oil, garlic, ginseng, and Vitamin E.

       2 Days Prior to Injections

  • Avoid topical products such as Tretinoin (Retin-A), Retinol, Retinoids, Glycolic Acid, or any “anti-aging” products.

  • Avoid waxing, bleaching, tweezing, or using hair removal cream on the area to be treated.

  • Do start taking Arnica two days prior to the procedure. (This is not required, but it will help to lessen bruising.)

        24 Hours Prior to Injections

  • Do not drink alcoholic beverages 24 hours prior.

      General Recommendations

  • If you have previously suffered from facial cold sores, there is a risk that the needle punctures could contribute to another eruption of cold sores. Please let your physician assistant know if you are prone.

  • Do not use dermal fillers if you are pregnant or breastfeeding, are allergic to any ingredients, or suffer from neurological disorders. Please inform us if you have any questions about this prior to your treatment. You can learn more about what to expect from lip fillers in this related blog post.

The Day Of Treatment

  • Arrive at the office with a “clean face”—washed and without makeup.

  • In order to maximize your comfort during the procedure, a topical anesthetic may be applied. In some cases, a local numbing medication will be injected into or around the area(s) to be treated.

What To Do After Fillers: The First Hour

  • Apply an ice pack and Arnica topically—Arnica + Bromelain tablets are both natural supplements to reduce bruising. Take acetaminophen to reduce pain as necessary.

  • Avoid itching, massaging, or picking around the injection site. This is normal and generally disappears within a few hours to a few days. If these symptoms last more than 3 days, please contact our office.

How To Reduce Swelling After Lip Injections

6 to 10 Hours After Treatment

  • Until the swelling and redness have resolved, avoid intense heat in the treated area(s). This includes sunbathing, tanning, saunas, hot tubs, or hot wax.

  • To help alleviate swelling, we recommend an antihistamine during the day, such as Zyrtec or Claritin, and Benadryl at night.

  • If there is a visible bump, you can massage the area. Depending on the areas treated and the product used, you may feel “firmness.” These areas will soften and settle with time (usually 1-2 weeks).

  • Sunscreen and makeup can be applied, and you may use a gentle cleanser on the area.

How To Reduce Bruising After Fillers

  • Avoid drinking alcohol or partaking in strenuous exercise, as it may result in additional bruising.

  • To help alleviate bruising, we recommend taking Arnica or Bromelain, eating fresh pineapple, and applying ice to the area.

Important Lip Filler Aftercare Notes

PLEASE CONTACT US IMMEDIATELY IF YOU:

  • Have fever and/or chills

  • Have discolored blotches in areas not injected

  • Have blanching of injected areas

  • Notice the area appears red and/or hot to the touch

  • Have severe or increasing pain