Over time a woman’s breasts can change and begin to lose their youthful shape and firmness. These changes can result from a number of things such as pregnancy, breast feeding, weight fluctuation and aging.
Typically the problem is either the breast mound has moved down the chest wall and decreases the separation of the breast from the abdomen or the shape has changed from conical with projecting nipples to deflated with downward pointing nipples.
The best way to correct this is with a breast lift. However, typical breast lifts can result in visible scarring, inadequate lifting, poor shape, and the use of breast implants. With the Bellesoma Method™ these issues can be corrected without these problems.
The Bellesoma Method:
- Uses an internal suspension technique to lift the breasts (similar to a push-up bra)
- Produces no vertical scarring
- Transfers the weight of the breast to the chest muscle, providing immediate relief of back, neck, and shoulder pain
- Uses a woman’s own breast tissue (no implants) to create a youthful appearance
With a 70% increase in demand for breast lift procedures since 2000, women are now becoming more aware of an option they did not know existed.