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Mummy Makeovers: Post Pregnancy Procedures

We all know that carrying a baby for around 9 months, and then giving birth, can have damaging effects on women's bodies. Because of this, many women's self esteem and confidence suffers, because they feel so self conscious about how they and their bodies look.

Varicose veins, weight gain, cellulite, loose skin, and stretch marks, are just some of the more common problems that post pregnant women suffer from after giving birth.

The good news for them is that there are a number of procedures aimed specifically at pregnant women, looking to improve the appearance of their bodies after birth. These treatments and procedures have been labelled as "mummy makeovers".

These makeovers have been designed and created, as a way of restoring women's bodies, back to their former glory, before they became pregnant. They achieve this by combining a number of treatments and procedures over various periods of time. Either short, or long term, depending on their clients specific requests, and finances.

When is the best time to have these procedures? 

This answer really depends on what procedure you are having done. If you are looking for a tummy tuck, it is best to wait until you are certain that you will not be having any more children in the future. If you are looking at having Botox and Dermal filler treatments, then as soon as you finish breast feeding these treatments are perfectly fine. With liposuction, and breast augmentations, it is best to wait around 6 months after giving birth before having these procedures.

What do these so called "mummy makeovers" consist of?  

Basically, these makeovers and treatments consist of:
  • Botox and Dermal filler injections
  • Laser skin tightening, for cellulite and stretch marks
  • Liquid liposuction for body shaping
  • Skin rejuvenation.
Why are women having these treatments? 

As we mentioned earlier, carrying a baby, and the sleepless nights that follow, can take a real toll on your body. Women look tired, run down, unhealthy, and feel self conscious, and down about themselves. By having these treatments, they can begin to look and feel great again. Not only will they look great, they will also feel great, as their self esteem will have no doubt sky rocketed since having these makeovers.

Are these treatments painful? 

Many people believe that having major cosmetic surgery performed is a really painful ordeal. The truth of the matter is, it really isn't as painful as people believe, and certainly not more painful than child birth. They will however, require a week or two afterwards to recover and heal completely.

Are these procedures worth it?

 Many women who have these treatments and procedures, will almost certainly tell you that, yes they are. They are not very painful, reasonably priced, don't require much downtime afterwards for healing, and can make a world of difference in how you look, and feel about yourself.

Overall, post pregnancy makeovers, and surgical procedures are proving to be a worthwhile investment for self conscious new mothers, from all over the world. The makeovers have breathed new life into these women, and are helping to prove that, just because you are a mother, you can still look beautiful and feel great about yourself.

3 comments

  1. I am not ashamed to say, but I had my tummy tucked 6 months after I gave birth then I waited after a year before I had a breast lift sydney. I don't care what they say but for me, it's really worth it because I feel good about myself.

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  2. After my wife gave birth, I told her that she must bring back the way her body looks like before being pregnant. Now, we are working out together, running as if almost every morning and eating only nutritious foods suited for losing weight.

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  3. A lot of mothers wish to get back in shape right after they give birth and some of them undergo for treatment but others choose to do the natural way of burning or killing those fats. I can’t see anything wrong with those two, as long as they face and accept the consequences of their actions.

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