Mother’s Day is next month and what better way is there to celebrate it than by giving yourself the gift of a trim and firm figure that makes you feel confident.
There’s no doubt that pregnancy puts a huge toll on a woman’s body. Many women lose things that they loved about their figure after giving birth. This can include stretched and loose abdominal skin and muscles, sagging and shrinking breasts, and hips that have expanded. These effects of childbirth and breastfeeding can sometimes be resistant to exercise and changes in diet, making them even more frustrating. If you want your pre-pregnancy body back, a mommy makeover is just what you need.
After giving birth, many women may find their breasts disproportionate or have a noticeable decrease in volume. The nipples can begin to droop, and the areolas tend to stretch. A breast lift, augmentation, or reduction will give you your pre-baby breasts back.
Oftentimes, pregnancy will leave your stomach sagging and skin loose with stretch marks. For women who had a C-Section, there is a strong possibility that there are areas of fat hanging over the surgical scar. Cosmetic surgery can get you back on the beach strutting around in a bikini with confidence.
Oftentimes, mommy makeovers aren’t just breast lifts and tummy tucks. Labiaplasty is heavily considered among women looking to reduce, reshape, or repair their labia. Aside from physical appearances, this type of procedure gives women the option to enhance their sexual life and increase their self-esteem.
Mommy makeovers are not just for mothers who have recently given birth, they are also known as a Mid-Life Refresh. So, whether you are a new mother or a seasoned mommy, you deserve to feel comfortable and sexy in your own body.
A mommy makeover is nothing to be embarrassed about. It is important to be honest with yourself and with your doctor about what you truly want out of this experience. While cosmetic surgery will enhance what you see as your biggest post-pregnancy insecurities, it will also just make you feel better and more confident. The next 18 years of your life will be dedicated to your children, your body is still yours!
Tip: Moms who plan to have more children in the future may want to hold off on these cosmetic procedures.