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Butt lift is a revolutionary new procedure that can help you achieve a tighter and more balanced appearance. It can also break down fat deposits and improve the drainage of lymph nodes. During vacuum-therapy, the muscles are stimulated to remove toxins, which helps improve the appearance of cellulite and other fat deposits.The benefits of vacuum therapy are numerous, such as its ability to restore the natural elasticity of the skin and smooth the appearance of "orange peel" dimpling in the bultocks and thighs. It is also safe and non-invasive, and it can be done multiple times within a week. Besides improving the appearance of wrinkles, vacuum therapy can also help improve the flow of lymph and improve the overall tone and texture of the body.



• Lifting, Raising, Toning And Tightening The Patient's Backside Without Surgery.
• Helps To Increase Mass.
• Helps Increase Skin Flexibility Along The Backside Area
• Assists With Lymphatic Drainage, And Venous Issues.
• Helps To Smooth Out And Exfoliate The Skin Along The Backside. Making The Skin Softer, And Less Bumpy.
• Stimulates The Production Of Collagen Along The Skin Of The Backside.
• Decreases Unwanted Muscle Tension.
• Lifts Your Buttocks By Up To 70%
• Instant Results
• No Surgery, No Pain, No Downtime!
• Improves Blood Circulation
And much more!


 What are the side effects and risks associated with the vacuum therapy for buttocks?

Despite the fact that the treatment is very safe, there are some contraindications to be aware of. These concern people with health problems. We have compiled a list of conditions and illnesses that could endanger people suffering from them and wanting to receive a lifting treatment for butt. If you suffer from any of these conditions, do not risk getting the treatment as it involves certain dangers. Otherwise, no need to worry, the vacuum therapy is risk-free.

The treatment is not recommended for people and areas of the body with the following :

  • Persons with epilepsy seizures 

  • History of blood clots

  • Severe acne or cysts on the buttocks

  • Open wounds or lesions

  • Filling products

  • Implanted electrical devices

  • Persons with stents

  • Persons having undergone cosmetic surgery (buttock and breast implants)

  • Persons with varicose veins or a varicose vein package

  • Persons with a wound (wound, eczema plaque…)

  • Persons with mechanical implants (pacemaker)

People with the following health problems should abstain from the treatment: 

  • Active systemic or local skin disease that may impair wound healing.

  • Herpes simplex

  • Autoimmune disease

  • Diabetes

  • Paralysis

  • Vascular disorders

The following women should stay clear of the procedure

  • Pregnant women

  • Breastfeeding women