Park City, UT (PRWEB) October 11, 2012
Mom, Actress and GOOP Founder Gwyneth Paltrow can now count herself among the long list of celebrities rumored to be hiding a cosmetic plastic surgery secret or two. Upon being voted the “World’s Best Dressed Woman” by People, the magazine asked for her thoughts on plastic surgery.
So, what gives? Why is it that celebrity moms who seem to fully bounce back from pregnancy are subject to such scrutiny? LipoSite believes it has something to do with their unique ability to take time off to recover – and be pampered along the way.
“So called ‘real’ women don’t have the same luxuries,” says Shawn Miele for LipoSite. “They’re moms with jobs, families and crazy schedules who can’t afford to hole up for weeks at a time or jet to Europe for a post-op break and leave the kids with a nanny.”
Recovering from liposuction, tummy tuck, a body lift or other cosmetic plastic surgery procedure takes time – and time is a precious commodity for most American moms.
“For moms, finding the time to research their body sculpting options can be difficult enough. Then there’s the task of getting the family’s buy in. Next, there are logistical challenges like scheduling something along the lines of a Mommy Makeover around the kids’ school schedule, family holidays and other special events.”
In response, LipoSite has published a free, online article for “real” moms which helps them plan prior to having cosmetic plastic surgery and explains why recovery matters.
“Moms say they want to look or feel sexier, more youthful and more self-confident,” adds Miele. “But, without a real commitment to recovery, they risk compromising their health and the results they get from liposuction, body lift, abdominoplasty and more.”
For that reason, the article is broken down into three distinct sections:
-Why Mommy Needs Her Recovery Time
-Make Recovery Less Painful for the Whole Family
-Additional Recovery Tips for Moms
“Any major decision impacts the entire family. Cosmetic surgery is a major decision that requires physical and emotional preparation. Moms need to know what they’re getting into, be able to answer their family members’ questions and prep them for surgery, too.”
Moms wanting to know how they can prepare themselves and their families for cosmetic plastic surgery (and plan their body contouring recovery) can read the full article online at LipoSite.
Once there, they can also learn more about liposuction, body contouring and other body sculpting procedures – like a Mommy Makeover. They can also search an extensive database of board-certified plastic surgeons in their area.