You may have heard the term “FUPA” to refer to the effects of aging and childbirth on the pelvic area in women. The term is an acronym that stands for “fatty upper pubic area,” and it is a reality that many women experience as they get older. Not only does the lower abdomen develop a sagging, flabby appearance as fat increases and skin loosens, but the pubic area itself can also suffer the ravages of time.
The section of torso, both front and back, that is covered by a bra is often a target for unwanted fat deposits and droopy, sagging skin. As collagen levels in the skin decrease, the skin loses its youthfully tight and smooth appearance, resulting in wrinkles and sags. In addition to the natural progression of aging, having children and breastfeeding can also cause changes to the breasts that cause them to lose their perky appearance.
Flabby upper arms are a source of embarrassment for many women, to the point that they may even avoid cocktail parties, beach events, and wearing short sleeves in general, making summertime a difficult season and causing their social lives to suffer.
A woman’s body can be significantly altered by pregnancy and childbirth. During the nine months of pregnancy, the abdomen stretches to accommodate the growing child, and many women gain weight –nature’s way of ensuring the baby will have adequate resources to grow.
The first impression you make when meeting someone new is based almost exclusively on the appearance of your face. Our faces are exposed to the elements day in and day out, and environmental factors take a toll.
Massages designed specifically to enhance the flow within lymph vessels have been shown to have numerous positive health benefits. These treatments can be very effective before and after surgery, to help in healing wounds or chronic conditions, or as part of a beauty regimen.
May 12th, 2020
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic we have instituted many changes to your normal office visit. These changes have been introduced to protect everyone’s health and safety during your visit. All of our staff have been tested for COVID-19 and are negative. They are being monitored daily as well and will be practicing safety guidelines.