Nigerian And African Ladies Fly Out To Lebanon For Liposuction
In the heart of a partnership announcement, the air buzzed with excitement as Aesthetics Practitioner Michael Shaer, hailing from Lebanon, unveiled a world of beauty possibilities for Nigerian men and women. He goes on to list a number or surgical procedures most sorted by Nigerian ladies and men.
“As an aesthetics practitioner, when it comes to skin, I would say we do a lot of injectable treatments like Botox and fillers,” Micheal shared, his words echoing the promise of timeless beauty. “Easy anti-ageing enhancing procedures that can be done not just for the face but we can also help with anti-ageing of the hands as well body fillers shaping and contouring the body.”
He continued, “Butt augmentation, hip correction, and getting that nice beach bum—that’s one thing that can be done and is very common out here.”
Nigeria, he noted, had a penchant for beauty that transcended the face. “Another procedure that I’ve had lots of Nigerian and African ladies fly out to Lebanon for—and hopefully, I will be bringing that to Nigeria—would be body contouring using laser liposuction. As well as the Brazilian butt lift—a combination treatment between laser liposuction 360 degrees removing all the stubborn excess fat, tightening the skin, and filling out the contours that need to be filled out.”
Amidst the anticipation, Michael shared the most common surgical procedures sought after, especially by those seeking a transformation. “The second most common surgical procedures I get some men and ladies coming for would be the eyelid lift for the ageing…which is just, you know, the sagging loose skin that develops with age and time in the upper lids.”
He concluded, “As well as the rhinoplasty nose surgery.”
In the tapestry of Michael Shaer’s revelations, a narrative unfolded—a story of individuals chasing dreams of beauty, sculpting their aspirations in the capable hands of an aesthetics practitioner, crossing borders to realise a vision of timeless allure
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