Wolverhampton Council Bans Non-Surgical Brazilian Butt Lifts
Wolverhampton Council banned non-surgical BBL at Clinique Modele Aesthetics after expert report found risks: blood clots, sepsis, deep vein thrombosis, fat & skin death.
Non-surgical BBL injects fat into buttocks to make them larger and more shapely. Fat taken from other parts of body, such as abdomen or thighs.
British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS) welcomed ban, saying it was “positive step” and sent “clear message” that procedure is not safe.
Ban protects public from risks of non-surgical BBL. If considering procedure, weigh risks and benefits carefully and choose qualified surgeon with experience.