Payment Plans for Liposuction

financing options for breast augmentationManhattan Aesthetic Surgery in New York offers two excellent financing options that give you the ability to make payments on your liposuction surgery.

Care Credit: This is a first tier financing program that offers excellent interest rates (some patients even qualify for 0% interest) and customized payment plans for cosmetic surgical procedures. This plan can also be used for other medically related expenses like ER visits, dentistry, and even vet visits for your pet! If you are worried about your credit score or credit history, you can also apply with a co-applicant to increase your chances of being approved. You can apply online at CareCredit.com, or we can process the application for you after your consultation.

HELP Card: This is a second tier program that has slightly higher interest rates (no higher than most standard credit cards) in exchange for less stringent credit requirements compared to Care Credit, so it is easier to get approved. This program also has flexible payment plans that can work with almost any budget, and we can help you apply after your consultation or if you get turned down by Care Credit.

If you have any questions about financing for liposuction in New York, or if you would like to schedule a consultation, please feel free to give us a call at 917-703-7069, or send us a message through our website by clicking here.

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Laser Liposuction for Hyperhidrosis (Excessive Sweating)

laser lipo for excessive sweatingDID YOU KNOW that a new fiberoptic laser liposuction device (SLIM Lipo) is a permanent solution to axillary hyperhidrosis (excessive armpit sweating)?

Well, it’s true, and that is why you may sometimes see this procedure referred to as “SweatLipo”. There is no actual liposuction involved in the treatment of excessive sweating, but the fiberoptic laser that is the same one that is used in standard laser liposuction procedures for fat loss.

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How much does liposuction cost?

liposuction new yorkThere are so many things to consider if you’re thinking about having liposuction…

Laser lipo vs tumescent lipo? Multiple small procedures or one big procedure? Which surgeon should you choose? And, of course, how much does it cost?

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Laser Lipo and Tumescent Lipo

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This is an example of the incredible transformation liposuction can make when done safely, sensibly, and correctly!

This is a 37 year old woman who wanted a sexier, more feminine physique, and also wanted to fit better in her clothes (don’t we all?). She had a combined liposuction procedure using both laser liposuction and traditional liposuction techniques, and this is the truly amazing result less than two months after her surgery.

The overall difference in her shape and size is remarkable, but even at this early stage you can’t find a single ripple, wrinkle, lump or bump. She’s obviously thrilled with these results, which are very uncommon when liposuction is performed in the wrong setting by the wrong people. Make sure your plastic surgeon is qualified to be doing procedures like this before you sign on the dotted line, and if a price seems too good to be true, just remember that it probably is.

If you have any questions about laser liposuction or tumescent liposuction, feel free to contact us at 917-703-7069 (call or text), or send us a message through our website at www.MASNewYork.com.

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Study Says Tummy Tucks Improve Quality of Life!

A recent study published in the Journal of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery found that Tummy Tucks with and without liposuction improve the overall quality of life in the majority of the patients undergoing these procedures!

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The Rapid Recovery Tummy Tuck™

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The Rapid Recovery tummy tuck involves a technique that is designed specificially to avoid trauma to the delicate and sensitive nerves of the abdomen.  Traditional tummy tuck techniques create a great deal of inflammation around these nerves, which can lead to a great deal of pain, soreness, and a longer recovery period. In the same manner that you avoid a sensitive area of your body that might be injured, a Rapid Recovery surgeon avoids the sensitive nerves that cause pain, which makes your recovery speedier and much more comfortable.

How is the Rapid Recovery Tummy Tuck different from a traditional tummy tuck?

  1. Less Painful. It is very common for patients who have a traditional breast augmentation to need prescription pain pills for about a week, and sometimes even longer. Most Rapid Recovery patients use less than 3 or 4 pain pills throughout their entire recovery period! By Day 2 or 3 after surgery, most Rapid Recovery patients will only need a few extra-strength Tylenol to feel perfectly comfortable.
  2. Less Downtime. If it’s less painful, it’s obvious that there is less downtime as well. Most Rapid Recovery patients are back to normal activities, with the exceptions of heavy lifting and strenuous exercise, after 24 hours, and back to work in 2-3 days.
  3. Less Risky. Because the Rapid Recovery technique leads to far less inflammation, the amount of swelling and bruising is also reduced compared to a traditional abdominoplasty. Most of the bruising will be gone after a few days, and most of the swelling will be gone in a week. The risk of serious problems like bleeding is also reduced with the Rapid Recovery technique, as is the risk of minor problems that can occur after using prescription pain pills for extended period of time.

Am I a candidate for the Rapid Recovery Tummy Tuck?

Most women who have had one pregnancy or less are candidates for the Rapid Recovery Tummy Tuck, but there are a few exceptions. The only way to know for sure whether or not you are a candidate for the procedure is to be evaluated by a Rapid Recovery surgeon.

How much does the Rapid Recovery Tummy Tuck cost?

The price range for a Rapid Recovery Tummy Tuck is anywhere from $6500-$10,000 depending on the complexity of your particular procedure, and a few other variables that you’ll discuss with your surgeon during a consultation.

Are there financing options available for the Rapid Recovery Tummy Tuck?

Absolutely! There are fantastic financing options available. Many of them will offer a period of 0% interest for qualified applicants, and for many patients, the monthly payments can be as low as $200. And the best part of these financing plans is that you’ll know whether or not you qualify before you leave the office after your consultation!

How can I get more information about the Rapid Recovery Tummy Tuck?

Feel free to call or text message us in the office at 917-703-7069, or to contract us through our websites at www.ManhattanAestheticSurgery.com  or www.MalibuAestheticSurgery.com!

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Considering a Tummy Tuck? Here’s What You Need To Know About Abdominoplasty!

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Can I have liposuction instead of a tummy tuck?

It depends. If your pouch came about after multiple pregnancies, chances are that liposuction won’t do you any good. Liposuction takes away excess fat, but it doesn’t do anything for stretched out skin and split abdominal muscles (diastasis recti), which are the two most common problems after having children. However, this answer is not true for every woman, especially those who have only had one child, so make sure you ask your plastic surgeon which procedure he or she recommends. Liposuction and abdominoplasty (tummy tuck) have very different recovery periods, risks, and costs, but they also have very different results, so make sure that you understand which procedure is appropriate for you.

How long does a tummy tuck take?

A standard tummy tuck takes about 2-3 hours depending on how much tissue needs to be removed, and whether or not your abdominal muscles need to be repaired. It could take longer if you have any C-section hernias that need to be repaired at the same time.

What does a tummy tuck scar look like?

A tummy tuck scar curves down from one hip bone across the front of the lower abdomen to the other hip bone. A good surgeon will keep the scar low enough that it will usually be covered by your panties or bathing suit, so make sure you discuss this during your consultation. Having a tummy tuck is a trade-off… you will have a flat tummy for sure, but you will also have a permanent scar. There is no way to perform a tummy tuck without a scar, so don’t waste your time or energy researching “scarless” procedures. Liposuction is the only alternative that would give you a smaller scar, but if you’ve been pregnant, chances are that liposuction won’t give you the results you’re after. Even though the scar is long, it fades to a very thin, and very inconspicuous, line after it’s fully healed.

How much does a tummy tuck hurt?

It depends on how extensive the procedure is.  If you’ve only had one baby, your abdominal muscles may still be in the center of your tummy where they are supposed to be.  If this is the case, your surgeon won’t have to repair them, and you’ll have a lot less pain.  Most of the time, however, the abdominal muscles do get separated during pregnancy, so it’s usually a necessary part of the operation.  The more stitches your surgeon has to use to repair your muscles, and the tighter he makes them, the more soreness you’ll have after the procedure. If he has to repair a hernia as well, there’s a chance that you may need to stay in the hospital overnight to get some of the really good pain medicine through an IV, but this situation is very rare. Usually, you’ll feel like you’ve had the toughest ab workout of your life, and you’ll be fine at home with a prescription for some good pain pills for about a week or so.

How long until I can stand up straight after a tummy tuck?

The first thing you’ll notice after your surgery is that your tummy feels too tight to stand up straight. You’ll have to walk around like a little old lady for about a week until everything stretches a little, so be patient and give it time.  Don’t force yourself to stand up straight… let your body guide you. Some of you will be standing straight in 3 days, and other will take 10-14 days to walk tall again.

Will I have drains after my tummy tuck?

Unfortunately, yes. Drains are a necessary part of tummy tuck surgery. There are some newer techniques available that claim to obviate the need for drains, but for the most part these techniques are still experimental. Without drains, the extra fluid from the surgery will accumulate in your nice tight tummy, and your surgeon will have to poke you with a big needle to get it out. Fluid that collects like this is called a seroma, and it’s a real nuisance to deal with if it happens… this is why drains are necessary. Drains usually stay in for 1-2 weeks depending on how much fluid comes out, and although they do require some extra care and attention on your part, they are much less trouble than dealing with a seroma.

Do I have to wear a garment after my tummy tuck?

Only if you have liposuction at the same time. Most surgeons will perform some liposuction on your sides at the same time as a tummy tuck to flatten things out just a bit more, but this doesn’t necessarily mean that you have to wear a garment. A garment will only help if you have major liposuction that involves a large area(s) like both of your flanks, your thighs, or your back.  If you have this much liposuction with your tummy tuck, a compression garment is definitely necessary for 4-6 weeks after the procedure.

How long do I need to take off work after my tummy tuck?

It depends on what you do for a living.  If you sit a desk all day, you can probably go back to work in 10-14 days. If you have a job where you are on your feet a lot, or if you are required to lift anything heavier than a phone book, you will need 3-4 weeks off work. The restriction on lifting is an important one that you have to remember for your home life too. If you have other children, or pets, you will not be able to pick them up or carry them for a full 6 weeks. If you don’t follow the rules, you run the risk of popping some stitches on the inside and ruining your new tight tummy. If you can’t afford to take a full month off of work, find out if you are a candidate for a Rapid Recovery Tummy Tuck by clicking here!

When can I go back to the gym after my tummy tuck?

You can start back at the gym with light cardio workouts (stairmaster, elliptical trainer, treadmill, etc) after 2 weeks, and gradually advance your level of exertion over the following 2 weeks. You shouldn’t perform and resistance training (machines or free weights), or abdominal exercises, until 6 weeks after your surgery.

Can I have a tummy tuck if I smoke?

Absolutely not! You shouldn’t have any cosmetic surgery if you smoke, but especially not a tummy tuck! Smoking dramatically increases your risk of complications like open wounds, DVT’s (clots in the legs), PE’s (pulmonary embolus), and infection. Don’t fib to your surgeon either… you’ll only be putting yourself in harms way. Stop smoking for at least 4 weeks before having a consultation so you can be safe, safe, safe!

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The Liposuction Breast Reduction!

Liposuction Breast Reduction by New York Plastic Surgeon Dr Nicholas Vendemia of MAS Manhattan Aesthetic SurgeryThe Liposuction Breast Reduction, also known as the Scarless Breast Reduction, is gaining popularity among women who want an alternative to traditional breast reduction surgery.

The biggest drawback of traditional breast reduction surgery for most patients is the scarring. There are 3 possible scar patterns after breast reduction: 1) Circumareolar (around the areola); 2) Vertical (around the areola + from the areola down to the fold underneath the breast); 3) Wise-pattern (anchor pattern). In almost all cases, these scars heal very well and do not distract from the overall results. Breast reduction surgery, scarless or not, has one of the highest satisfaction rates of any cosmetic breast procedure, so you can’t necessarily go wrong with either choice as long as you understand the goals and limitations of each procedure.

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Freeze Fat During Your Flight!

Zeltiq, also known as CoolSculpting, is taking to the air… Virgin Airlines that is!

The ultra-popular, and totally noninvasive, fat loss procedure is being featured in-flight on Virgin Airlines! The machine cools fat cells which causes them to be reabsorbed by the body. The results are impressive, especially considering that CoolSculpting is an entirely nonsurgical procedure that is not only less expensive than liposuction, but also has no downtime!

If you have any questions about Zeltiq, feel free to give our office a call at 917-703-7069 or send us an email through our website at www.ManhattanAestheticSurgery.com.

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Is SmartLipo better than Traditional Liposuction?

liposuction new york, liposuction NYC, plastic surgery, plastic surgeon nyc, dr plastic surgeonThere’s a reason that liposuction is one of the most popular cosmetic procedures in the world: it works. Not just in the physical sense, either—most people who undergo liposuction emerge from the experience more satisfied with and confident about their body.

With all of the liposuction techniques out there, how do you pick the best one?

A lot of doctors out there right now are pushing hard for SmartLipo (also known as “laser lipolysis”) as the most appealing option, claiming that traditional liposuction just doesn’t cut it anymore in light of the new technologies that are available. But are they right?

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Can Liposuction Lower Your Cholesterol?

Liposuction by NYC Plastic Surgeon Dr Nicholas Vendemia of MASAccording to research presented at the 2011 Annual Meeting of the American Society of Plastic Surgery, liposuction may have more than a cosmetic benefit!

The researchers discovered that triglyceride levels were as much as 43% lower in a small group of patients who had were diagnosed with high triglycerides before having liposuction. The study was very small, and has quite a few limitations, but it’s still an interesting result!

Of course, this isn’t a reason for everyone with high cholesterol to rush out and get liposuction. There are risks associated with the procedure, and those risks increase exponentially with conditions like obesity and heart disease, which are both associated with high cholesterol.

In addition, it’s still unclear whether the reduction in triglyceride levels was a permanent change, or whether it actually led to any real health benefits. It’s also important to note that there were no changes in any other type of cholesterol (HDL, LDL, or Total Cholesterol), and that the gold standard for reducing triglycerides is still simple common sense dietary adjustments!

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Tickle Lipo! Is it a laughing matter? Or a laughing stock?

Tickle Lipo, also known as Nutational Infrasonic Liposculpture, has been generating some press lately for it’s role in making the experience of liposuction more comfortable… or laughable in some cases!

The principle behind Tickle Liposuction is not a new one. Many dentists and plastic surgeons have used vibration to lessen the sensation of pain during numbing injections for years, and this is the exact principle that Tickle Lipo employs. The liposuction cannulas themselves vibrate and rotate at a very high speed to “trick” your nerves into feeling a sensation other than pain, and some patients have described it as “ticklish”… hence the name!

The theory behind Tickle Lipo makes sense, but does it translate into practical results? Or is it just another gimmick procedure?

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LipoDissolve, Mesotherapy, and Fat Dissolving Injections!

lipodissolve, mesotherapy, fat dissolving injections, fat transfer, Liposuction by New York Plastic Surgeon Dr Nicholas Vendemia of MAS | Manhattan Aesthetic SurgeryWhether its love handles, stomach, or saddle bags, we all have those “problem areas” that wont go away no matter how much we work out!

Traditionally, these problem areas are perfect candidates for liposuction, but recently there has been quite a bit of buzz about treating these areas with fat dissolving injections! However, this treatment has not been FDA approved yet… so is it worth it, or is it better to stick with regular liposuction?

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Zeltiq: Fab or Drab?

zeltiq, mas, manhattan aesthetic surgery, dr nicholas vendemiaIn my opinion, Zeltiq is definitely FAB!

What if there was a way to target localized unwanted fat bulges that are resistant to diet and exercise with a quick, easy, safe, and effective non-invasive office treatment?

Thanks to the great minds of physicians at Mass General Hospital (Harvard Medical School’s Hospital), a revolutionizing new technology named Coolsculpting by Zeltiq is available to decrease targeted fat deposits in the belly, love handles, and back area (with a handpiece on the way for treatment of the buttocks).

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Liposuction vs Tummy Tuck to Banish a Post-Baby Belly

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Did pregnancy leave you with prune-like paunch?

Ask any mother, and she’ll tell you that your body goes through all kinds of changes while you’re pregnant. Once you’ve given birth,many of those changes to are there  to stay whether you like it or not.

For most women these changes center around the abdominal area. Your skin expands and stretches to accommodate your baby during pregnancy which can lead to excess drooping skin on your stomach. The muscles inside your abdominal may also become loose and lax due to pregnancy, which further exacerbates that saggy look.

Some women get lucky, and they experience only minimal stretching from pregnancy which they can counter with a healthy lifestyle (Giselle anyone?). The majority of women, however, don’t get off so easily and for them, no amount of fresh vegetables and exercise will restore their tummy to what it was before they had children.

When weight loss and toning aren’t enough to banish that bulge you may consider plastic surgery. Everyone knows that liposuction and tummy tucks work wonders for smoothing your stomach, but it can be confusing to decide which one is the right choice.

Here is a quick guide to when to suck it up and when to tuck it up. Read on for more about liposuction vs tummy tucks for smoothing your post-baby bump!

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Katy Perry’s Oom-Pa-Popping Out at Oktoberfest!

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Katy Perry made a sparkling appearance on a hot German television show over the weekend. Katy says she’s loving Germany, especially their notorious heavy cuisine and brews.

We wonder if  all that imbibing is going straight to her thighs. She seems just a tad bit bumpy in that skin-tight body suit. While we love her poppin’ cleavage, her hips and thighs are reminding us of some bratwurst stuffed into its casing.

“Inner thigh liposuction would be a fantastic procedure for Katy. It could be done in the office under local anesthesia in less than an hour, and she would notice the result immediately! She would fit better in everything from her skinniest pair of jeans, to the tightest stage outfit in her wardrobe.”, says NYC plastic surgeon, Dr. Nicholas Vendemia.

We agree that a little lipo would help smooth things over, especially if she followed up with a good compression garment to hold things in. Don’t get us wrong, we think Katy still looks smokin hot, but this outfit was not her most flattering fit.

The big question is, what will she squeeze her sexy bod in when she struts down the aisle any day now?

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Surgery While You’re Awake?

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If you are considering cosmetic surgery of any kind, make sure you read this!

Prompted partly by the death of Donda West, Kayne West’s mother, a recent study published by the LA Times looked into who was actually performing cosmetic procedures in Southern California… The results are shocking!

Only 1 in 4 doctors who offer cosmetic surgery are plastic surgeons! And 40% have NO SURGICAL TRAINING at all!!

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Can Plastic Surgery Help Me Lose Weight?

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As you might have expected, this is somewhat of a trick question 🙂

The answer is Yes and No let’s start with the No…

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Forget the Brazilian Butt Lift… You need Booty Pop!

This is a riot! “Get that booty you’ve always wanted!”

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Say Yes to “Crack” with the Brazilian Butt Lift!

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Our parents and teachers always taught us to say no to crack, but what if it starts with a “K” and belongs to Kim? There’s no doubt that Kim Kardashian has one of the most bodacious booty’s of all time, so much so that she was recently spotted busting out of her bikini bottom on the beach! So, if you’re interested in how you can get a Kardashi-ass, here are the Top 5 ways to say yes to “Krack”.

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Should you get liposuction if you’re “Skinny Fat”?

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Skinny fat. It’s a blessing and a curse.

We all know those Hollywood ladies who weigh about 90lbs but still manage to look a little flabby. How can that be?

The truth is, skinny doesn’t always mean that you’re fit. In fact, that’s exactly the reason why so many skinny fat leading ladies still turn to liposuction to help get rid of  their flab, no matter how small it is. The problem is that the procedure is not as straightforward as it is when there isn’t much fat to suck out.

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Sisters On The Run After Bogus Silicone Injections!

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Guadalupe and Alejandra Viveros are on the run from authorities in California after a “patient” of theirs died from complications related to silicone injections into her buttocks. They were taken into custody on June 21st, but were released on bail. And of course, neither of the Viveros sisters is a plastic surgeon, a doctor, or licensed medical provider of any kind!

Awful stories like this are becoming all too common. Not too long ago, we told you about a women who died from complications of liposuction in a bogus clinic in Mexico. Before that, we reported on a group of women in New Jersey who were hospitalized with terrible infections after getting fake silicone injected into their butts. And before that, we released data from a study that revealed that over 40% of people offering cosmetic surgery procedures in California have no surgical training at all!

Ladies, please, please, please do your homework on your doctor before you let anyone do anything to your body! Cosmetic surgery is serious business with serious consequences if you don’t play it safe. If you can’t afford a legit plastic surgeon, just wait until you can… you might save a few grand by letting the Viveros sisters inject you in their apartment, but you could end up paying the ultimate price like 22-year old Mayra Contreras.

Check out these other articles, and send them to all your friends and loved ones. Don’t let anyone else become a victim of people like the Viveros sisters!

  1. Beware of Cheap Cosmetic Surgery
  2. Is Your Plastic Surgeon a Real Plastic Surgeon?
  3. Beware of Bogus Butt Lifts
  4. Surgery While Awake?! Thanks, but no thanks.
  5. When Lip Injections Go Wrong… Way Wrong!
  6. Did Lip Injections Cost Mia Lee Her Job?
  7. A Guide to Anesthesia for Cosmetic Surgery

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Complications of Liposuction… How To Spot Them and How To Avoid Them!

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Grooves, lines, dimples, “shark bites”, saggy skin… these are all signs of bad liposuction, and are all very difficult to fix.

Who’s the unlucky girl in the photo?

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7 Ways to Look 10 Pounds Slimmer This Summer!

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Want to turn heads like supermodel Elle Macpherson? Stand up straight!

You heard us right. Even if  you don’t quite have your bikini body yet, this is the fastest, easiest way to pull off the confident look that really lets your beauty shine through. As women, we often slump to try to hide the bumps that bug us: your belly, your butt, or your bust. Not only does this not fool anyone, it actually makes all three look worse than they are!

Read on for 7 quick tips on how to “drop 10 pounds” with good posture.

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Could Megan Fox be the New LipoBeauty.com model?

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Take  a look at Megan Fox’s new billboard shots for Emporio Armani… Could she be the next LipoBeauty.com model? We certainly hope so 🙂

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