As you already know Brazilian butt lift or BBL removes fat from your own body using advanced liposuction techniques then it injects the fat again into your body, which means that the amount of fat you have is a contributing factor to BBL candidacy. However, doctors say that it is not recommended to gain additional weight before having a BBL procedure.
To have the best and most successful results from Brazilian butt lifts, you should have a healthy and stable weight before the procedure. Gaining extra weights to get better results from BBL surgery may increase the risk of health related complications, and also may affect the results in a negative way.
You need to understand that the goal of Brazilian butt lift or BBL is to enhance your appearance. That is why gaining extra weight is absolutely against that.
Gaining weight before the BBL procedure may develop fat around your organs or could appear as intra-abdominal fat; those kinds of fat are not accessible with liposuction, which is used in BBL surgery. Since there is no guarantee that this extra last-minute fat will be taken out in the surgery, we do not advise you to leave harmful fat around your most important body organs in the hope of achieving more attractive buttocks.
In addition to that, you should be aware that Brazilian Butt Lift results might change because of weight fluctuations. Losing weight after surgery could cause fat to shrink in your whole body as well as in your buttocks, leaving you with undesired results compared with what you could have got if your weight was healthy and stable.
Even if you consider yourself skinny, you should not worry, since experienced doctors can work with a small amount of fat to give you the rounder and fuller buttocks shape you desire.
What is the ideal weight for a BBL?
To acquire the desired effect, you must achieve the acceptable BMI level or be thick by a few kilograms within the suitable BMI range. As a result, you should meet with your doctor and tell your goals before proceeding with the treatment. The predicted outcome will decide whether or not you are the right weight for surgery.
In general, the BMI for operation should be less than 30, although it should be more than 23 or 24, based on body fat proportion and sort. However, make sure it isn’t higher than 35 BMI, as this might lead to trouble.