“Saddle Bags”

Saddle bags, liposuction, cosmetic surgery, plastic surgery, thighs


It had a to a be a gun-slingin’, cigar-smokin’, tobacco-chewin’ cowboy who came up with that awful term for those little pockets of fat that can drive even the skinniest woman crazy.  No one else could possibly be that insensitive.

Fortunately, there is an easy way to lighten the load and get yourself back on the trail to Pookie & Sebastian for a fabulous new pair of skinny jeans. If you want to keep the saddle and lose the bags, liposuction is the answer.

Women with isolated saddle bags are really the ideal candidates for liposuction. The procedure gives the best, most reliable results when performed on a small targeted area, like the outer thigh. After your anesthesiologist gives you a little happy juice, your surgeon will make 2-3 teeny tiny incisions on each thigh, and go to work.  About any hour later, you wake up from the best nap you’ve ever had and look down to see that your bags are gone!  You start wondering to yourself, “Why didn’t I do this sooner?”. All those hours on the stairmaster, all those step areobics classes, and all those salads didn’t make one bit of difference, and now, in only an hour, they’re gone.

Many wise people will tell you that taking short cuts in life won’t pay off.  Well, this is one of the few that is worth the investment! The only bag that should be swinging at your side is the one made by Coach.


Filed under Liposuction

3 responses to ““Saddle Bags”

  1. Allison

    Great information. Very informative in helping to make a decision in getting liposuction.

  2. MAS

    We’re glad you liked it! Feel free to let us know if you have any other burning questions about liposuction. We’re here to help whenever you need us.

  3. Everyone loves it whenever people get together and share opinions.
    Great site, keep it up!

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