The new Mommy Makeover sans surgery | SW1 Clinic

The new Mommy Makeover sans surgery

 In AESTHETIC TREATMENTS, BODY, DOCTOR SAYS, HAIR, HAIR GROWTH, PIGMENTATION, SKIN, SLIMMING, sw1 clinic

Pregnancy in all its celebrated glory no doubt takes a toll on a woman’s body. After 9 months of carrying a baby to full term, there surely are some battle scars to show for it, from stretch marks, loose skin and sagging breasts. It may seem if one is to return her body to its firmer, toner form, one would have to resort to surgery. But these days with the latest aesthetics technology, the new mommy makeover can be achieved without any surgery.

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The new Mommy Makeover sans surgery

Stomach

Like it or not, after pregnancy, your stomach is not going to going to be as tight as it once was. With the belly stretched out over 36 weeks, lax, loose skin is likely to occur. Effectively reduce fat in specific areas of the body with Coolshape, a method that uses cold to diminish fat cells and is known to be a great alternative to liposuction. Studies have shown that each session effectively reduce fat by up to 20%. For even better results, it’s recommended to pair Coolshape with other non-invasive fat reduction treatments such as Onda Body Magic that can help to reduce cellulite and tighten abdominal skin at the same time.

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Pigmentation

Hormonal changes during pregnancy can result in the formation of brown spots and melasma on your face. Unfortunately, this occurrence doesn’t go away even after the baby is out. Melasma is a tricky condition that worsens with heat and can be exacerbated by certain lasers. When it comes to treating melasma, it’s very important to find a doctor who knows exactly what he/ she is doing.

Clinical trials have shown Pico Pigment to be successful in treating pigment disorders. This laser not only helps to lighten pigmentation, it also fades blemishes and discoloration while helping you to achieve a brighter complexion. You may need anywhere from  2 to 6 sessions with each treatment repeated every 1 to 4 weeks depending on the type and severity of your pigmentation.

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Hair Loss

It’s not uncommon to experience hair loss post-partum (90% of women will have a form of it) and while this may seem scary to many of us to see our hair falling out in clumps, there are treatment options.

Revitascalp introduces a targeted blast of essential nutrients, including vitamin B12, folic acid, protein-building amino acids and minoxidil that help support healthy hair growth. A series of 12 sessions is generally recommended for optimal results – reduction in hair loss and increase in hair density.

 

 

 

 

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