If we learned anything from Goldilocks, it’s that no chair, porridge or bed can be all things to all people. Most things can’t. That includes plastic surgery. It’s an odd transition, but it’s true.
Most of us would undoubtedly be the proud owners of a chiseled 6-pack if it weren’t for all the effort that it takes to get one. If you’ve ever struggled with diet and exercise to attain the aforementioned Adonis abs, or even considered liposuction or other body sculpting procedures to rid yourself of stubborn belly fat, you might be interested in a study that’s been heating up the news circuit on a procedure called abdominal etching.
You’ve committed to a healthy diet, you regularly hit up the gym—and let’s face it, you look great. But those lean, sculpted thighs that you’ve longed for have somehow continued to evade you. *Sigh—Genetics. There’s not much you can do about that. In truth, when it comes to your thighs, genetics can make it nearly impossible to get the shape you want. But there are plastic surgery options for sculpting leg fat, and we’re gonna talk about ‘em right here. Let’s go.