Fat Transfer Bbl: The Secret To Maintaining It

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Mai Delacruz

Mai Delacruz
Personal Fitness Trainer & Health Coach

Updated on 1/30/2023

A BBL is popular among people who want to increase the size and shape of their rears. By injecting fat into the buttocks, this procedure removes undesirable fat from other areas of the body.

BBL is a less invasive method of enhancing the buttocks without the use of silicone implants. A number of social media celebrities have popularized the procedure over the past few years, including Kim Kardashian.

It's essential to know everything you can about fat transfer BBL, including how to maintain your results. You can find out more by reading on.

PROCEDURE OVERVIEW FOR BBL

Although diet and exercise are important, leg, and buttock exercises can only do so much to enhance your rear end. This situation may call for a Brazilian buttlift.

During the BBL procedure, the surgeon makes small incisions in areas of the body where weight loss is difficult. Donor sites for this procedure include:

The abdomen

Flanks

Thighs

Arms

In most cases, liposuction removes one or two pounds of fat. Special equipment is used to process and clean the fat. After injecting fat into the buttocks, the surgeon uses a syringe.

In order for the fat to survive, it must be injected in the right areas of the buttocks. In addition, at least 25% of the fat in the buttocks won't survive the procedure, so the surgeon usually injects extra fat into them. It takes a few weeks for the fat that survives to develop its blood supply and integrate with the fat around it.

Fat transferred to the buttocks should remain there indefinitely, and the results are often permanent. Weight gain or loss will affect the results, so it's important to maintain a steady weight.

Other procedures can also be performed during this session. Leg lifts and tummy tucks are popular procedures.

BBL MAINTENANCE SECRETS

To maximize the long-term effects of the fat transfer, you can do several things:

REDUCE THE REAR PRESSURE

It will take time for the fat that has just been transferred to develop a blood supply. As a result, it's crucial to avoid putting pressure on the buttocks for at least ten to two weeks after surgery. It is possible to compromise the results of your procedure by applying pressure to the rear afterward.

When you rest and sleep, you should lie on your stomach or side. For three weeks or so after the initial recovery period, avoid sitting on the buttocks.

Use a donut cushion to minimize pressure on your buttocks when you need to sit.

EAT HEALTHY

To support the healing process and fat cell health after surgery, you must eat a healthy diet.

Fruits and vegetables, walnuts, avocados, and salmon are excellent sources of vitamins and minerals. Stay away from processed foods and foods high in sugar and sodium.

To support the healing process, it is also important to drink plenty of water - at least eight glasses each day.

DRESS PROPERLY

The healing process can be slowed down if you wear tight-fitting jeans during the first month. For maximum results, choose looser-fitting clothing.

For only a few weeks, you should wear loose clothes. In two months or so, your enhanced rear will be ready to show off.

COMPRESSION GEAR IS ESSENTIAL

A compression garment will probably be provided by your surgeon to wear over your trunk and buttocks. In order to tighten the skin and improve healing, this garment is essential.

The surgeon will tell you how long to wear the garment. Usually, you need to wear it for three to four weeks except when you take a shower.

The compression garment should also be snug, but it shouldn't be uncomfortable. Your surgeon should be consulted if you think it is too tight to avoid reducing blood flow to your buttocks.

TAKE ACTION, BUT SLOWLY

It will take several months for the newly-injected fat to settle in and develop a healthy blood supply. In order to allow this process to take place, it's important to take it easy for six to eight weeks.

You shouldn't, however, spend the entire day lying on your couch. Walking daily is good for circulation and healing; as soon as you are able to, take a walk every day.

In the weeks to come, talk to your plastic surgeon about increasing your physical activity.

GET ENOUGH REST

Although BBL surgery is less invasive than other procedures, your body will still need time to rest and recover.

Spend as much time as you can rest and take some time off work. Take regular walks, but rest well otherwise.

Brazilian butt lifts are excellent options for people who want to remove fat from a problem area and inject it in the rear. Get more information about BBL today by speaking to your surgeon.

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