The aging process causes the fat cells in the body to naturally shrink and the skin to naturally produce less collagen. This can make the skin loosen and sag, contributing to an aging appearance. For many people, this can also lead to a less desirable appearance of the buttocks.
If you’re noticing that your butt no longer has the tight, lifted appearance that it did at a younger age, consider the Sculptra butt lift. This non-invasive butt augmentation treatment is quick and effective, making it a top choice among patients today.
The Sculptra Formula
Sculptra is an FDA-approved dermal filler that’s most commonly administered for wrinkles and lost volume in the face. Its main ingredient is poly-L-lactic acid, or PLLA, which supports the body’s natural production of collagen.
Collagen is a fibrous protein naturally produced by the body. It gives the skin structure and supports elastin and hyaluronic acid, which are also essential to plump, youthful skin. With age, the body produces less collagen. Lower collagen levels will keep the skin from regenerating as effectively as it used to, leading to signs of aging.
When it’s injected into the buttocks, Sculptra gives the butt a fuller, more contoured look. With three or four treatments administered over a few months, patients will see the skin on the buttocks tighten and lift, giving them a sexier, rejuvenated backside.
Why Choose The Sculptra Butt Lift?
If you’re looking to fix your booty, multiple treatment options are available to you, such as the traditional Brazilian butt lift. This surgical treatment is an invasive surgery involving liposuction to extract fat from other areas of the body. That fat is purified, then injected back into the buttocks to give it a perkier look.
Sculptra provides a dramatic benefit to the look of the butt without the complications, cost, or downtime associated with surgery. So, you can achieve a youthful-looking booty with a more comfortable, convenient treatment.
To learn more about the Sculptra butt lift, contact Ultimate Image Cosmetic Medical Center today.