What happens to BBL when you get old?
As we age, our body undergoes a number of changes that can affect the appearance of a Brazilian Butt Lift (BBL) procedure. While the long-term effects of a BBL are not yet well understood, it’s generally expected that the transferred fat will age with the body, just like natural fat.
As we get older, we tend to lose fat in our face and other areas of the body, which can sometimes lead to an imbalance in the proportions of the body. Similarly, it’s possible that the fat transferred during a BBL may shrink or be reabsorbed over time, which could affect the appearance of the buttocks.
However, it’s important to note that the long-term effects of a BBL can vary widely from person to person, and can depend on factors such as the amount of fat transferred, the surgical technique used, and the individual’s age, genetics, and lifestyle. Some patients may experience long-lasting results from a BBL, while others may require additional treatments or touch-ups over time to maintain their desired appearance.
It’s recommended to consult with a qualified and experienced plastic surgeon who can assess your specific needs and goals, and provide you with realistic expectations for the long-term effects of a BBL.