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  • Diamond Ealy

The hip indentation counteracts an hourglass figure

Updated: Dec 3, 2022


What are Hip Dips?

  • They are indentions on the outside part of the hips

  • Noticeable from both the front or the back. The condition has also been given the nickname, Violin Hips, which may give you a visual image


What causes Hip Dips?

  • Hip dips are not a problem with fat - or - the size of the hips

  • Hips Dips are caused by variations in the structure of the skeletal anatomy of the hips, pelvis and thighs

  • These are normal variations and are actually quite common


We cannot change the skeletal anatomy but…

we can use non-invasive body contouring treatments to reduce Hip Dips


How to correct Hip Dips?

this treatment is a non-surgical, non-invasive reshaping process involving the use of our mechanical vacuum therapy modality and wood therapy. This process effectively relocates the fat cells from the legs and thighs to fill and correct your hip dip thus smoothing and rounding out those hips!



Non-invasive

Painless

No Downtime

See Results Faster


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