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Interested in plumping up the volume of your backside without going under the knife? Sculptra Butt Lift is a noninvasive, nonsurgical, no nonsense procedure now offered right here at Westchester’s Best SkinCenter! Keep reading to learn more…
Let’s face it—we’ve all pondered the idea of a fuller, more lifted bottom. But the truth is, many of us just aren’t willing to undergo augmentation. Now, we don’t have to! Sculptra Butt Lift achieves the look of a naturally-fuller, more lifted bottom using a cutting-edge technique with long-lasting dermal fillers.
Sculptra is a poly-L-lactic acid dermal filler that works to stimulate the body’s natural collagen production. The result? A natural-looking, voluminous backside with minimal side effects and no recovery time.
When receiving the Sculptra Butt Lift treatment, lidocaine will be applied to numb the area being injected. Sculptra is injected into the treatment area using microcannulas. Results are noticeable as soon as six weeks post treatment, with results reaching their peak approximately six months after treatment. The majority of patients require two to three treatments spaced approximately six weeks apart.
Sculptra Butt Lift is used to improve the texture and appearance of the skin on the backside. This includes treating noticeable irregularities like cellulite and/or stretch marks.
Sculptra Butt Lift results can last up to two years post-treatment—with some results lasting even longer!
Sculptra Butt Lift is a great treatment option for anyone who wants to avoid the downtime, scars, or general anesthesia associated with receiving a surgical butt lift. Additionally, those who don’t have enough fat for the fat transfer portion of a surgical butt lift are also great candidates for Sculptra Butt Lift.
Westchester’s Best SkinCenter is currently offering a $250 introductory discount on your first Sculptra Butt Lift treatment! Offer expires 10/31/19.