Lamenting about weight gain, and how one wishes that gain ‘went to the boobs or that butt’ is one of those things you have heard countless times second-hand, and almost definitely experienced firsthand before.

We, as women have a bigger bone to pick with our weight (there’s no ‘mumbod’ that everyone’s embracing or finding attractive), and are therefore more sensitive to any form of extra baggage, even if it’s in grams. We just sniff it out better, somehow.

The interesting thing to note, however, is that while we cannot program our fat to move in the direction of the bosom or the derriere depending on our deficiency in either of both departments, we can actually graft it – and it’s happening more common than you think you know.


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Got Woke, Stayed Woke

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Fat grafting has been used by plastic surgeons for a long time, but t is only in recent times that women have been more open to the option of seeking fat grafting for areas such as their breast, their buttocks, and even their faces.

The reason is simple: we women got woke, thanks to the web of knowledge (pun intended) being cast wider with our reliance on social media and the internet.

There are a few reasons for this resurgence. Fat used to be overlooked for the more substantial implants (breast, buttocks, cheeks), but as the trend is towards a more natural look and improved safety profile, this has contributed to their stellar rise in fat grafting’s popularity.


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The Science is There

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With improved techniques which include centrifuging the fat to extract the more youthful cells, fat grafting results are almost permanent, according to experts. This gives it an added edge to facial fillers which may last only a year or two.

Stem cells are the holy grail to youth, and fat is an oasis for these youth-giving cells. Implants and fillers are devoid of these skin-enhancing cells and will not impart the benefits that fat can give.

Not only do you get to have an enhanced pair up or down there for a long time, you get to lose those love handles those online ‘How to Lose Your Love Handles’ videos have been lying to you about.

Absolute win-win, if you ask me!


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They Can *Never* Tell

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The most important reason why women would choose to have fat grafting to their breast and buttocks rather than to have implants is that fat is a natural filler obtained from their own body and has fewer side effects than a foreign object like an implant.

The reasons obtained are also more natural, according to women who have undergone fat grafting for breasts and buttocks.

Here’s the basic rundown of how fat grafting works: A doctor performs liposuction on an area of the body containing unwanted fat. Then the fat is grafted onto the desired area eg face, buttocks, breasts to make them larger.


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While silicone implants have been the most traditional method of breast augmentation, they also come with certain risks. Fat transfers, on the other hand, leave smaller scars, leave the door to size increments with future procedures wide open, poses no threat of foreign body rejection, and offer a more precise and curated patient adjustment.

Patients can expect natural-looking results whether they do it for their face, buttocks, or breast… and don’t we know how a pert bum, a full cleavage, and a face shaped to your desire can do to your self-esteem.


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