Many women are unhappy about the size of their buttocks, especially when they feel they are too big.
One of the most common complaints is saddlebags, an accumulation of fat at the back of the thighs and buttocks that can trigger the appearance of cellulite. Saddlebags can form early on in a woman’s life and develop over the course of time; they may be caused by hormonal or weight changes and are not necessarily a lifestyle-related complaint. Sometimes, they may even be hereditary. Fact is that some people simply have a tendency to store fat on their hips, buttocks and thighs.
Liposuction of the belly is a fat removal procedure that removes once and for all those stubborn fat cells that are impossible to shift by dieting alone. The procedure consists of inserting, through tiny incisions, fine cannulas (3-4 mm), which are connected to a surgical aspirator. This procedure produces lasting results.
Cryolipolysis is a non-surgical procedure that reduces fat cells (adipocytes) through freezing. This non-invasive method does not require any anaesthetic. It involves cooling down the fat cells to -8°C to trigger their destruction (lipolysis) naturally and definitively.