The use of fillers in cosmetics is increasing at an ever-increasing rate. The reason for this is that injections can rival surgical results. Because of this, they became the go-to procedure for enhancing buttocks.
The American Society of Plastic Surgeons reports a noticeable increase in filler formula use, especially given the number of injectables on our social media feeds.
This hour's filler is Sculptra, a poly-L-lactic acid that increases your body's collagen production to contour your butt. The procedure can be used as an alternative to surgical butt lifts.
A Brazilian butt lift (BBL), which uses liposuction to transfer fat from one part of your body to your buttocks, is another procedure used to plump your butts.
Also available are butt implants and non-surgical butt lifts, in which Sculptra BBL filler is injected into your buttocks. It is important to remember that Sculptra is not designed to add volume immediately like fillers such as hyaluronic acid.
Over time, Sculptra produces new collagen and scar tissue in the area, plumping up your butt.
Fillers provide subtle, temporary results. They're more natural-looking than artificial enhancements, ensuring you change your contour and shape instead of looking lifted.
Patients who don't want abrasive liposuction should consider the non-surgical butt lift. Traditional liposuction uses a cannula that is similar to a cheese grater for fat extraction.
It is also necessary to have a significant amount of excess fat in one area in order to shift it to the buttocks during a traditional liposuction procedure. For those with slimmer frames, Sculptra is an accessible plump butt.
There is also no recovery time associated with non-surgical butt-lifts. Several injections later, you can continue to work on your projects and change the world.
To achieve the full effects of fillers, multiple treatment sessions are required.
There should be a distance of three to four treatment spaces between each other.
A vial of Sculptra fillers costs about $1,000, and four to seven are used, so this non-surgical lift can cost between $3,000 and $6,000.