What defines the perfect body?


It all depends on who you ask, there are colors to suit all tastes. However, there is virtue in moderation, and this has been evident since the time of the Greco-Roman classics.

A perfect body for most people surveyed today, but also according to the ideals transmitted from paintings, images and representations from other eras, is a harmonious, proportionate body with smooth but well-defined contours.

In the case of women, curves and smooth body contours are of great importance, both at the level of the hips, waist, chest, breasts, buttocks, etc.

A female body in accordance with the ideal of maximum beauty is a body with a certain amount of fat, and with a distribution of the latter in the right areas, highlighting genuinely feminine areas. For this very reason, extremely thin bodies, without curves and without adipose tissue would be far from this ideal of the beautiful body that is preferred and idealized by the majority of people surveyed today and what has been projected as a “beautiful body” throughout history.

What is liposculpture?

Liposculpture is a cosmetic surgery procedure that tries to restore harmony to the silhouette, smooth curves to the contour, and the adequate shape to the female body. It is a two-part procedure:


  1. Liposuction:

    Liposuction is a procedure that removes by aspiration through fine cannulas the fat deposits accumulated over the years, which often do not respond to diet or exercise. Typical areas for liposuction are the abdomen, buttocks, flanks, waist, arms, inner and outer thighs, ankles, knees, chin or double chin…

  2. Lipografting or lipofilling:

    The fat removed during liposuction is treated and processed to maintain it in a viable condition and grafted in key areas to restore the patient’s contours and curves: for example in the hips, breasts, buttocks, or in any area of the patient’s body that does not have the proper proportions. It could also be infiltrated in the face (dark circles under the eyes, cheekbones, chin, nasolabial fold, etc) and even in breasts.

In other words, and in short, this procedure removes fat from where we have too much and puts it where we lack… sounds wonderful, doesn’t it?


The procedure lasts 1.5 – 2 hours and can be performed under general anesthesia or with local anesthesia and sedation.

The patient does not necessarily have to be admitted to the hospital, since in most cases it can be done on an outpatient basis or with a half-day stay in the hospital (although it can always be extended).

Patients can resume normal activity in 7-10 days, and scars are practically invisible (small access points of 1-2 mm).


The grafted or deposited adipose tissue is generally reabsorbed at a rate of 30%. The rest remains in the grafted area for the rest of life, therefore it is a PERMANENT AND NATURAL type of filler, without the need to introduce foreign materials into the body of the patients.

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