Motherhood reshapes your entire life: when you sleep, how you go out, what you think, and everything in between. Motherhood can also literally reshape you, though not always in the best way. We all know that pregnancy can cause us to gain weight but the changes that happen to your body to create, carry, birth, and mother a child are dramatic and last far beyond pregnancy. While we all agree that weight gain is worth it to bring our children into the world, we don’t necessarily love the body we are left with afterwards. It can leave us scarred, overweight, and unrecognizable. Motherhood is hard enough without the burden of getting back to “your old self.”
This is where a mommy makeover can help. It can reshape your post-baby body to make you look and feel more comfortable with your new mommy body. This procedure was designed with mom in mind and addresses the primary concerns women have with their body after the baby has arrived. A mommy makeover typically combines multiple procedures such as a breast lift, tummy tuck and/or liposuction.
Candidates for a mommy makeover are women who are struggling to lose the post-baby weight and need something more than a diet plan and gym membership. Even with all the dieting, cleanses, workout routines, and personal trainers that you can hire, sometimes the stubborn fat on your body won’t go away. It is not your fault. Some bodies are wired differently than others. A mommy makeover can address stretch marks, loose skin, abdomen fat, misshapen breasts, and anything else that you might be bothered by. A mommy makeover can be individually customized to produce the kinds of results you want to see in yourself. Candidates considering a Mommy Makeover are often seeking ways to improve their self-esteem, and your self-image is an important part of that; how you feel about your appearance is just as important as the appearance itself.
Imagine not having to worry about getting your figure back! You owe it to yourself to feel good about motherhood. And you owe it to your kids to feel good about yourself, too. There is no shame in accepting help and being the best you that you can be. Be the best mom you can be and look great doing it!