Breast Lift

Have you considered a breast lift procedure,
but the cost put you off?


Say so long to sagging skin and treat yourself to an inexpensive treatment which can make you look fantastic!

The female mammary glands can droop due to pregnancy, breastfeeding, fluctuations in weight, aging and gravity. It can also be hereditary.

Your typical mastopexy – or "boob job" procedure will cost anywhere from $5,000 to over $8,000 and most health insurance plans will not cover the cost. There is also a great deal of recovery time as well as follow-up visits.

Fortunately, there are much cheaper and non-invasive alternatives to a surgical procedure - just check out these results!

The one wrap used to accomplish the breast lift in the photo above cost a mere $14.75 and eight hours of time. It can be worn while you sleep, though, so it is very convenient! Eight hours is the maximum amount of time the wrap would need to be worn. Sometimes as little as 45 minutes does the trick! That's the minimum amount of time the wrap should be worn.

Could you get excited about giving the girls a boost? A box of four wraps is only $59 with Loyal Customer pricing. They can even be applied on different parts of the breasts if you desire a reduction, which is also a costly surgical procedure. So why not try the wraps?

They also work to tame cellulite, boost your booty (butt lift) and firm up that upper arm flab that hangs down when you lift your arms.

I have even used them on my belly. I know there’s a six-pack under there somewhere and these wraps are the perfect kick-start to help me find it! 

Breast Lift via wrap versus Mastopexy

During a mastopexy surgical procedure, excess skin is removed and the surrounding tissue is tightened.

Take into account costs for:

  • Medical tests
  • Anesthesia fees
  • Hospital or surgical facility costs
  • Surgeon's fee
  • Post-surgery garments
  • Prescriptions for medication
  • Follow-up visits

Health insurance plans often do not cover these costs, so you could be looking to pay at least $5,000 and often upwards of $8,000 out of pocket.

With a wrap, you simply cut one in half and apply one half to each side for a little while (contact me for full details). There's no surgery anxiety, no lengthy recovery time and very little cost! Why not wrap today?

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