Sports Glutes: Latest Brazilian Trend

Sports Glutes: Latest Brazilian Trend

Sports Glutes: Latest Bazilian Trend

 

There are two types of women, those who believe in massive buttocks, either because of their work or personal preferences and those that fall into the sports category seeking for the look that does not reveal having been treated with fillers but quite contrary the outcome as a result of hard work at the gym or practicing sports like volleyball or basketball.

Going to the gym has become a must among women that wish a well fit body as well as outstanding compact, round and well defined glutes, yet not always one succeeds at it.

But, have you ever been working out strenuously and have not seen noticeable results whatsoever despite endless amounts of squats, lunges, deadlifts and machine training you do?

You may not be seeing results in your gym work aimed at emphasizing buttocks either because of your own genetics or because of a lack of fatty tissues as a base to begin training.

Before throwing in the towel and walking away from exercise let us tell you that it is possible to boost your derriere within the sports looks you admire such as volleyball players or professional gym trainers, without devoting yourself on daily extensive body training routines.

Brazil, which has been known for being at the forefront of beauty, setting its guidelines and trends worldwide, has turned favorable towards sports glutes against massive ones which are notoriously fake.

Through the use of an injectable biocompatible substance, approved by the Brazilian Department of Health, totally satisfactory, safe and permanent results are guaranteed.

Needless to say, this procedure is not for everyone; for those looking for massive, fake-looking, out-of-proportion butts, we’re definitely not the solution; they’ll have to look elsewhere. Those artificial volumes that denote fabrication and evidence of dubious origin fillers, are relegated as simple curiosities, often ridiculed and mocked.

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The first injectable implant containing polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA) microspheres was developed in Germany more than 20 years ago. Continuous studies and improvements have resulted in the third and current generation with Linnea Safe brand being one of the most prominent. The first generation initiated in Germany in the 90s proved to be effective, although it caused some adverse reactions. Most of these reactions were caused by nodules in the injection sites, occasionally associated with the inflammatory response. Further investigations led to the conclusion that there is a specific limit to the diameter of PMMA microspheres, which is essential to avoid adverse reactions. The investigations and scientific literature published from these studies suggest that PMMA microspheres, less than 20 µ in diameter, can trigger a foreign body reaction.

 

Brazilian manufacturer Lebon pharmaceuticals with its product Linnea Safe incorporated the lessons learned during these two decades and, using a patented technology called Uniform Microsphere Smooth Surface (UMSS) accurately obtains total round and smooth microspheres with a diameter of 40 micra (abbreviated as µm which is the millionth part of a meter).

Linnea Safe PMMA is laboratory synthesized using differentiated technologies and following strict safety protocols and tests, as determined by the scientific literature and ANVISA (the Brazilian FDA) standards.

Non Surgical Lift for Moderate Sagging Buttocks

High Strenght Fiber with 3D cogs

It is common to see in our practice patients with moderate gluteal fall which cannot be addressed by bioplasty alone. We refer mainly to the subgluteal fold.

These cases are treated through a non-surgical suspension technique by means of insertion of deep high strength anchoring fibers combined with skin tensor substances.

These high resistance tensile fibers should not be confused with the PDO threads commonly used in face treatments since those used for non-surgical buttock lift use materials such as L-Polylactic Acid (PLLA) and Polyaproamide (Polycon) of greater strength and longevity than PDO besides differing in their design and manufacturing.

PLLA is a well-known polymer that has been used for many years in a number of biomedical and pharmaceutical applications: suture thread, orthopedic pins, rods, screws and nails for bone fractures. It is because this polymer shows excellent biocompatibility and is biodegradable that such applications have been developed.

The high resistance anchoring fibers custom made under our specifications and design are placed by means of cannulas. They are manufactured with biocompatible and biodegradable materials that stimulate the formation of connective tissue that reinforces weak tissues.

People who have undergone several surgical or non-surgical buttock procedures may also opt for an overall placement of suspension fibers prior to bioplasty for regeneration and strengthening the tissues internally.

Based on our extensive experience, we have more than sufficient reasons to affirm that the flaccidity of the buttocks is not based solely on the lack of volume and a clear distinction must be made between mass deficiency as such and redundant tissue that cannot be tucked in through buttocks volumizing.

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