Did you catch Dr. Joseph Ajaka explaining the difference between a male BBL and a female BBL on our Instagram Stories earlier this week?

In case you missed it, here is a summary of the Brazilian Butt Lift procedure and how it differs between males and females.

What is a Brazilian Butt Lift?

A Brazilian Butt Lift (BBL) is a surgical procedure aimed at reshaping the buttocks. It involves transferring purified fat from areas such as the abdomen, thighs, or back. While this technique is designed for enhancing buttock shape and volume, it’s important to understand that individual results can vary, and all surgical procedures carry risks.

The procedure is performed under general anaesthetic or conscious sedation, while the fat is extracted via liposuction and injected into the targeted areas of the buttocks. Results of a BBL may start to become apparent after some time, with more definitive results typically observed after several weeks, as individual healing processes and swelling reduction can vary.

Male vs Female Brazilian Butt Lift

The procedure of a BBL is relatively similar for both males and females, however, there are key differences.

Firstly, during a male BBL, we avoid injecting fat into the sides of the hips as men naturally have a straight up and down physique. Likewise, we don’t inject into the ‘love handle’ region due to the male natural hip structure. In fact, depending on the weight distribution, fat may be removed from the ‘love handles’ and lower back to give an overall chiselled look.

male BBL

In a female BBL procedure, we inject the purified fat into the upper two-thirds of the buttocks to give a lift and volume. This results in a smooth ‘S’ shape that allows for natural body contouring.

Female BBL

In a male BBL procedure, we inject the entire buttocks with the purified fat accentuating the ‘C’ shape. This is because a male buttock is naturally flat and has the same level of volume distributed throughout the three quadrants. Evenly distributing the fat offers a more pronounced and shapelier look that’s still in keeping with a male’s natural physique.

You can learn more about female BBL procedure here. Information regarding male BBL procedure can be found here.

Further information

Check out our blog for more guides and articles like this or have a look at Cosmos Aesthetics’ info page to learn more about cosmetic surgery procedures.

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