HOW CALIFORNIA BRIDES HAVE SET A NEW COSMETIC SURGERY TREND AND WHY EXILIS MAY SOON RISE IN POPULARITY
Plastic surgery “bridal packages” often include a customized array of body procedures that help prepare brides for their special day.
Find out why more and more brides are saying “I do” before their vows.
The reality TV show Bridalplasty aired two years ago on E!, and has possibly set a new trend among young brides. Long are the days where the mother of the bride or soon-to-be mother-in-law were the only ones considering having some work done before their child’s big day.
Cosmetic surgery “bridal packages” often include a customized array of body procedures that help prepare brides for their special day. Bridalplasty’s winner, Allyson Donovan, won cosmetic surgery on her arms, chin, jowls, and flanks and even had a breast lift right before walking down the aisle.
Highly sought-after body contouring cosmetic surgery procedures like tummy tucks, body lifts, and liposuction often require downtime and recovery periods that most brides don’t want to deal with while planning the event of their dreams. That leaves many of them wondering about the alternatives to surgery, asking questions like “What are my options?”
Exilis is a non-surgical way to get that body so many brides desire and with little to no downtime. Even better, Exilis is not just for body contouring. It can also help eliminate any pesky wrinkles or fine lines on the face. By using radiofrequency waves, Exilis stimulates and strengthens your own collagen and works to melt away fat while smooth wrinkles and tightening your skin.
Are you are soon-to-be bride in need of body contouring to getting wedding dress ready?