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Do you want to get back the lost volume in your backside? Create smooth curves? Or maybe smooth out cellulite-related dimples? Then you should consider getting a non-surgical BBL with collagen biostimulators. You might have heard of this face and body sculpting treatment before— you might even know about its many benefits like minimal downtime, natural results, and long-term changes. But should you get it or go with the more conventional BBL plastic surgery route? How do you know if a non-invasive BBL is right for you?
First, what are collagen biostimulators?
Collagen biostimulators are a unique type of injectable dermal filler. They improve the appearance of skin wrinkles, sagging, volume loss, and poor skin quality in the face and body. These one-of-a-kind injectables work with the very processes of your body instead of against them. They are made from a synthetic but biodegradable material called poly-L-lactic acid. This is a body-safe lad-created form of lactic acid that triggers your body’s natural rejuvenation response. But let’s start at the beginning: why do you need a rejuvenating BBL in the first place? When we age— after our 20th birthday— we lose the ability to produce collagen. It’s a problem: collagen is responsible for keeping our skin tight and healthy, and everything underneath our skin supported. So the ageing process and its collagen loss result in skin that is duller, more wrinkled, and with less healthy volume. It also weakens the ‘scaffolding’ that keeps youthful fat pads in place, causing sagging and making cellulite more visible.
Here’s where collagen biostimulators come in. When your cosmetic specialist injects collagen biostimulators under the skin of your buttocks, these act as a wound. They attract your immune cells and get them to work. As they try to repair by dismantling the injectables, these cells kickstart the production of new collagen. And by stimulating the body’s collagen production, biostimulating injections create natural-looking results. They improve skin health, hide unwanted cellulite, add attractive volume to your buttocks, and create a smooth silhouette without sagging.
What exactly is a BBL procedure?
A BBL (aka Brazilian Butt Lift), is a cosmetic surgery procedure that can give you a fuller, more shapely backside (think Kim Kardashian or MAFS star Sarah Roza). The BBL surgery involves transferring fat from other areas of your body to your butt, using special techniques to ensure that the fat cells survive and thrive in their new location. But the conventional surgical road to fuller buttocks isn’t for everyone. The surgical process can be debilitating and painful, keeping you from working, doing your usual activities, and enjoying life. It is also costly and carries a high risk like any other surgery. Thankfully, the non-surgical, non-invasive BBL is easier and more efficient while giving you the results you want.
Results: does the non-surgical BBL really work?
If you’re considering a non-surgical Brazilian Butt Lift (BBL) with collagen biostimulators, you’re probably wondering if it really works. The short answer— yes, it does. When looking at collagen biostimulators BBL before-and-after pictures, there are clear improvements. The skin looks healthier and more even, cellulite is minimal, the silhouette lines are smooth, and (of course) the buttocks are visibly fuller. The results speak for themselves: BBL plastic surgery is not necessary. You can achieve the figure you look for with non-invasive BBL treatment. But are the results immediate? And how long does a non-surgical BBL last? The results of a non-surgical BBL are not immediate. You will likely notice some inflammation right after your treatment, yes. But natural results take a little longer, with your body’s collagen creating that lifting and firming action between weeks 6 and 12. But results from a non-surgical BBL with collagen biostimulators are, indeed, long-lasting. Your body takes up to 2 years to completely break down the injectable, creating new collagen all the while. Plus, the new collagen plumping and firming your buttocks can last up to two years.
Let’s compare: BBL surgery or BBL with collagen biostimulators?
- Results: Conventional BBL and non-surgical BBL using collagen biostimulators can achieve similar results. While BBL fat graft surgery results are immediate and dramatic, a non-invasive BBL with collagen biostimulators creates subtler, more natural, and gradual results.
- Invasiveness: A conventional BBL is a surgical procedure that requires anaesthesia and incisions that result in pain and bruising. A non-surgical BBL using collagen biostimulators is a minimally-invasive procedure that doesn’t require anaesthesia or incisions. Instead, your specialist injects the filler into the skin using a very thin cannula that keeps pain and bruising to a minimum.
- Downtime: A conventional BBL requires a painful recovery period of several weeks when you cannot sit, lie on your back, or continue your exercise routine. A non-surgical BBL using collagen biostimulators lets you return to work the next day and restart physical activity after a week.
- Potential side effects: Any surgery carries inherent risks, and the side effects of a conventional BBL can include bleeding, infection, and scarring. And sometimes, the graft doesn’t take: you might need two or more procedures. A non-surgical BBL has the advantage: side effects are much milder and may include temporary bruising and swelling. Some people get temporary, treatable nodules, but you can prevent these with a daily self-massage of the buttocks. With an experienced professional, the risks of collagen biostimulators are minimal.
Cost: Surgical BBLs cost more than non-surgical BBLs, as they factor in the added medical expenses (like the operating room, the anaesthesia, and the anesthesiologist) and the cost of post-operative care (like painkillers and follow-up consultations for possible complications). If you need further surgery to correct the results, the costs continue to add up. Unlike the surgical option, a collagen biostimulators BBL is cost-effective. The vial of filler costs around AU$900, and the treatment for BBL and cellulite is AU$5000.
Verdict: is a non-surgical BBL worth it?
Yes! A non-invasive BBL is a smart alternative to traditional BBL surgery. Because it’s much less invasive and has a shorter recovery time, it is the perfect choice for those who don’t want to miss out on their lives. The natural and long-lasting results of a non-surgical BBL with collagen biostimulators are still significant— you’ll get curvier, fuller, healthier buttocks with minimised cellulite and improved skin quality for years to come. Are you looking for a specialist in BBL in Melbourne? Book a consultation at our premium clinic. Our approach to aesthetic procedures is holistic, age-positive, and scientific. We want to help you get your glow and confidence back!