Unlike the Brazilian butt lift, vacuum therapy (also known as vacuotherapy) is noninvasive and tones your tush without the use of incisions. Vacuum Butt Lift will improve lymphatic drainage, stimulate the muscles, break down and shift fat deposits, and stimulate the hypodermis, all of which combine to provide increased toning effects and give the appearance of a smoother, firmer, more lifted backside. Basically with the Colombian vacuum butt lift you'll improve the roundness of your bum up to 70%, almost the same results as if you did 1500 squats per session.
What are the side effects if any?
Vacuum butt therapy also poses fewer risks and side effects than surgical butt augmentation without extensive downtime. Because it is a noninvasive procedure, it’s virtually pain-free; though, you may experience a slight pinching sensation as the cups are being applied or removed. After the treatment, you can expect mild side effects, such as swelling and tightness in the area treated, both of which are said to dissipate quickly.
It’s important to note that the results aren’t permanent and require multiple sessions. Experts recommend anywhere from two to eight sessions, depending on your muscle definition and skin elasticity, to achieve the optimal effect. And to keep your booty looking lifted, you’ll also want to continue with regular exercise and consider yearly maintenance.
Why do you offer a combination of cavitation and vacuum butt lift?
Sometimes a little bit of fat is accumulated under the glutes and that distorts their shape and roundness, so by treating that small amount of fat with cavitation plus your Colombian vacuum butt lift we can excel the results.
What are hip dips?
The term, also known as violin hips, refers to indentations in womens' hips. The shape has nothing to do with weight and everything to do with body structure.