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Brazilian Butt Lift

Brazilian Butt Lift

Regular price £160.00 GBP
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A 3 step treatment protocol which begins by breaking down thigh fat and pushing it towards the buttocks. This is then followed on by tightening the skin and plumping the buttocks using radio frequency and vacuum suction technology.

What is it?

If there’s one thing Brazil is known for, it’s quite definitely the beautiful women and their perfectly shaped butts. Now, doing squats is great for the body and booty but there’s no denying that it can take months of super hard work. At The Clinic Room, we cut the results time down to almost immediate. Our technique is a non-invasive and clinically proven safe procedure to reduce cellulite & fatty deposits whilst sculpting and improving the texture of the shape.

How does it work?

This treatment uses an advanced tri-polar technology that melts away fatty deposits in combination with radio frequencies and cupping to combat layers of subcutaneous fat, whilst sculpting your buttocks as well as reducing cellulite and tightening the skin.

Brazilian Bum Lift is a therapeutic and painless procedure requiring no down time providing you with an improved appearance of your butt without the need for surgery.

Top Benefits

• Contours and Sculpts The Buttocks

• Tightens The Skin

• Reduces Cellulite

• Reduces Stretch Marks

• Treats Fatty Deposits

• Instant Results

• Safe and Affordable

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Frequently Asked Questions:

How long does the procedure takes?

Up to 1 hour

How long is recovery?

The recovery is instant.

How soon can I see the results?

The results will be visible immediately or after a few sessions.

When can I return to work?

You can return to work immediately.

How long will the results last?

9 - 12 Months

Is there a need for anaesthesia?

Anaesthesia is not required.

Does it require needles?

Needles are not required.

How many treatments do I need?

The range differs between 4 and 6 treatments.

What are the risks?

Slight redness