Athleisure is all the rave these days. Why? Because fitness is trending and they just are so darn comfortable. But the very thing that you are wearing to get in shape may be the very reason you are longing for cosmetic surgery.
Current trends are showing that the increase in form-fitting workout clothes are sending more people to cosmetic surgeons for help. If you’ve been working hard to feel good in your gym clothes, then maybe liposuction is just what you need. Here are a few other reasons more and more men and women are seeking the benefits of lipo.
Improve Your Body Contours with Lipo
Liposuction is not a weight-loss tool. However, it is an excellent option for those who struggle to get rid of unwanted fat deposits, despite a healthy diet and exercise regimen. Liposuction can help reduce unwanted pocket of fat and define curves in most areas of the body including the abdomen, hips, thighs, back, love handles and upper arms.
Love Your Leggings
Leggings have become a wardrobe staple for many women and men, and as we all know, they leave little to the imagination. If your legs are your what’s troubling, liposuction can be used to sculpt more defined and shapely legs.
Say Bye-Bye to Bulges
Showing off the fruits of your hard labor in the gym can be sidelined if you’re struggling with bulges in places like the abdomen and back. Liposuction can address the dreaded bra bulge you experience when wearing sports bras and tanks tops as well as the love handles often pronounced with sporting some form-fitting shorts.
Get Long-lasting Results
Most men and women only require one lipo surgery to experience beautiful results. Although healing times vary from person to person, most people experience final results around the 6-month mark. During the recovery time you can expect to see gradual improvements as the body continues to heal and swelling and fluid retention gradually subside.
James Koehler, MD is Board Certified by the American Board of Cosmetic Surgery in facial and body cosmetic surgery. He practices in Fairhope, Alabama. He is currently a Trustee for the American Board of Cosmetic Surgery and has served as the Chairman for fellowship training for the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery and has trained numerous surgeons.