What is Non-Surgical Mommy Makeover

Non-surgical Mommy Makeover: How is It Done?

Pregnancy and childbirth are amazing things that your body as a woman can do. It is a miracle of life that can significantly alter your appearance.

Pregnancy and childbirth can stretch your belly, potentially affect your skin health, including acne, increase hair loss, and strain your pelvic floor and vagina, especially during vaginal birth.

These bodily changes can affect your self-esteem and self-image, making you concerned about your figure.

If you want to return to your pre-pregnancy physique, cosmetic procedures can help you, known as a mommy makeover.

What is a mommy makeover?

A mommy makeover typically includes cosmetic procedures targeting the breasts, abdomen, waist, genitalia, and buttocks.

These procedures are performed by a specialist plastic surgeon, which helps reduce the risk of complications. Some of the most commonly performed procedures in a mommy makeover are:

  • Breast Augmentation
  • Breast Lift
  • Brazilian Butt Lift
  • Liposuction
  • Tummy Tuck

A mommy makeover can typically be performed once a woman is medically cleared, usually at least six months after giving birth, to ensure the body has had sufficient time to heal.

Are there non-surgical ways to go for a Mommy Makeover?

Mommy makeover is a set of predominantly surgical procedures and, understandably, not many women may not be so open to the idea of it.

However, that does not mean you cannot achieve your pre-pregnancy body. There are also Non-surgical procedures involved in mommy makeovers.

If undergoing a surgical procedure is a topic of concern for you, yet you want to achieve the same results, then a noninvasive mommy makeover might be the right choice.

Non-surgical Mommy Makeover Procedures

These set of procedures, like traditional mommy makeover procedures, focus on the problem areas and aim to improve their appearance and give them a youthful glow.

The most commonly performed Non-surgical mommy makeover procedures include:

Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation

Childbirth strains and stretches your vagina, often resulting in laxity of the vagina. It can also separate your vaginal skin from the underlying muscles.

To repair your vagina without undergoing a surgical procedure, you can opt for a laser vaginal rejuvenation.

For this procedure, a laser probe will be inserted into your vagina.

This is done to treat your vagina with short, non-ablative laser pulses, which stimulate collagen growth in your vaginal skin.

Increased collagen helps improve the structural stability of the vaginal skin and it also increases elastin production, hence improving elasticity.

It is an incision-free, non-surgical method of repairing your vaginal laxity or looseness.

Exilis Ultra

Pregnancy stretches your uterus and, consequently, your skin to accommodate the growing fetus. After childbirth, this stretched skin can be full of stretch marks and tend to sag, ruining your aesthetics. The surgical solution would be to undergo a tummy tuck, either traditional or mini, depending on the extent of sagginess.

However, you can now go for an Exilis Ultra Procedure to reduce the sagginess of your skin significantly.

This procedure will expose your problem areas to ultrasound and radiofrequency waves. This exposure affects the collagen fibers in your skin, causing them to contract and shorten, which eventually results in your body producing even more collagen.

The main aim of these procedures is to increase collagen in the body, which can help tighten skin and reduce its sagging.

Micro-Needling with PRP

As mentioned above, stretch marks are a hallmark of pregnancy. They can occur anytime when your skin is expanded rapidly and significantly, like in pregnancy.

Their appearance can be an eyesore for you or a happy reminder of your pregnancy. And whether you decide to remove them or keep them is completely your choice.

If you opt to reduce the appearance of your stretch marks, then micro-needling with PRP is the perfect Non-surgical method. Microneedling produces tiny wounds in your skin that promote wound healing in the skin.

The effects of the procedure are further exaggerated by the use of PRP or platelet-rich plasma extracted from your own body, as it has several components required for skin healing.


Weight gain is yet another common but unwanted side effect of pregnancy and losing weight seems like an impossible task.

If you are struggling with stubborn fat that just won’t go away, you might want to consider cryolipolysis. This is a non-surgical way to break down fat in your body.

Exposing your fat cells to extreme cold during cryolipolysis can cause them to undergo a natural death process known as apoptosis; cryolipolysis does not involve exposure to heat.

In the cryolipolysis procedure, your fat cells will be exposed to extreme cold, which causes them to undergo cell death, resulting in significant weight loss.

See Also

Mommy Makeover Cost

Grants for Mommy Makeover

Federal Grants for Single Mothers

American Women’s Association

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Current Version
October 11, 2023
Updated By
Andrea Morales G.
July 18, 2021
Written By
Shubham Grover

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