What Is A Butt Lift?
Your body will give blood to the transplanted fat during the first three to four days after your Butt Lift,
delivering nutrients to guarantee optimum fat survival. Up to six weeks after your surgery, your body
will naturally absorb some of the fat that was transferred, with the majority of it blending in with the
nearby tissues. Like the current fatty tissues in your buttocks, the fat that endures is irreversible.
Avoiding straining the area is crucial because of this.
To obtain long-lasting Butt Lift benefits, arrange rolled towels in a circle or "U" form so that you can
sit with your weight on your thighs rather than directly on your buttocks.
Continue to Eat Healthily and Exercise Frequently
Your weight fluctuations will cause the grafted fat to grow or shrink just like it would in the original
location. Staying at your present weight, engaging in regular exercise, and maintaining a healthy
diet will retain your newly-contoured buttocks. However, everything you do to your body has the
potential to change your results. An enhancement of the butts through fat transfer isn't always the
best choice. With silicone butt implants, which are FDA-approved and produce natural-looking results
for 10 years or more, women with less body fat may make better candidates for butt enlargement.