In The News – Attractiveness Based on Shape not Weight

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In The News – Attractiveness Based on Shape not Weight

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The UK media is obsessed with fad diets! Whether they’re reporting on waistlines or romantic trysts, they always find an angle introducing fad diets, but strangely – they never seem to mention alternative options such as Vaser liposuction.

As a nation, it’s understood that at least 50% of the female population has been on a diet at some point in their lives. This will come as no surprise to most of us. But look closely at the statistics and we see around 1/3 of women between the ages of 18 and 45 are on a diet or ‘watching what they eat’ at any given time.

Changing Body Shapes

Yet when people in the media talk about what’s attractive and what’s in fashion, they never give specific weight measurements. That’s because we all instinctively know, physical weight is not what makes a person attractive.

Fashion-wise, shapes come and go And some shapes, although not in fashion still remain stylish and attractive throughout time. The classic hourglass figure is both feminine and luxurious. Likewise, the ‘Perfect 10’, the elusive ratio between bosom, waist, and hips that dominated the 1980s supermodel crowd, is always in vogue.

The Immortal Fad Diet Industry

Of course, if we all looked like Marilyn Monroe or Cindy Crawford, then perhaps we wouldn’t worry so much about our weight but as it is, we do. The diet industry loves to sell us the idea that if we lose enough weight we will suddenly develop an attractive body shape, but sadly, fad diets generally don’t work long term.

Besides, our body shape is determined by genetics. We can stop eating and go to the gym and we will temporarily build muscle and lose weight, but our body shape won’t alter. This is why so many people turn to Vaser liposuction performed by wimpoleaesthetics.co.uk.

Fad diets might help you to temporarily lose some bodyweight but not necessarily where you want to lose it. It’s a story journalists can write about again and again. The less-invasive laser procedure is less concerned with weight and more concerned with shape. It physically removes fat cells to create an attractive silhouette. So it’s no wonder you rarely hear about it. Vaser works and after you’ve tried it, that’s the end of the story.

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