Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Do you do any skin tightening?

A: Yes, we offer skin tightening services and treatments. You can view a list of our services HERE.

 

Q: How long does it take for your body to start feeling normal again after surgery?

A: While each procedure use different results, and everyone also heals at a different pace, clients can typically expect to feel levels of discomfort for up to 4 to 6 weeks before they start to feel normal again.

 

Q: I’m more than 3 months post op. Can you still help mold my body?

A: Yes. Our therapist and specialists are so talented and trained that they are able to mold peoples bodies who have never had surgery.

 

Q: Is that blood coming out of my incisions during the massages?

A: It is a mixture of different fluids. Check out our glossary section to read up on what all the fluid is made up of HERE

 

Q: Do you ever massage the butt?

A: If you’ve had a fat transfer we do not touch the grafted areas until at least three months postop. Nonsurgical treatments do include cellulite and skin tightening services that can be performed on the buttocks area.

 

Q: What instruments are used during the massage?

A: The instruments used during your treatments are FDA approved state of the art equipment. They include cavitation machines, skin tightening machines, cellulite treatment machines, infrared light therapy, and more.

 

Q: Why do I need a faja? Will this waist shaper do?

A: A way shape or can never replace the heightened compression achieved by a Faja. Fajas not only help to shape and mold the body as you are healing, they help you heal faster.

 

Q: What steps can I take to decrease the amount of massages I need?

A: Follow the time out postop program that we provide to all of our clients.

 

Q: How long before I start to see results?

A: Every client is different. Some clients see results immediately, while others may not see them until six weeks postop. Non-surgical clients usually see results around their fourth or fifth session.

 

Q: Is there anyone in my state that does what you do?

A: Check out our time out PostOp massage directory in our Facebook PostOp group HERE

 

Q: How can I learn to do what you do?

A: Check out our post app and body sculpting courses section HERE

 

Q: How do lymphatic massages help with my recovery?

A: they help your body heal faster in a more natural manner.

 

Q: Do you have to have surgery to get lymphatic drainage massages?

A: PostOp and body contouring sessions may differ but overall no, anyone can benefit from lymphatic drainage massages.

 

Q: Our lymphatic drainage massages painful?

A: There is a level of discomfort. On a scale of 1-10, drainage and postop massages range around a 4 to 5 on the pain scale.

 

Q: How do I book an appointment with your company?

A: Sign up for services HERE

 

Q: How much are your massages?

A: Review our services and treatments menu for pricing HERE

 

Q: How soon after surgery do I get massages?

A: Depending on the procedure. Usually, you will get massages starting day one postop. However, if you had a tummy tuck you wanna start massages until the seven postop.

 

Q: How many massages will I need?

A: Check out our massage schedules HERE

 

Q: How soon after a BBL am I able to sit on my buttocks?

A: Four weeks in 20 to 30 minute increments

 

Q: How long after surgery can sexual activity resume?

A: As early as two weeks postop

 

Q: How soon after surgery can I start ultrasound therapy, cavitation, and/or radio frequency?

A: As soon as 3 to 4 weeks postop

 

Q: What should I be eating preop? What should I be eating postop?

A: For the most part, follow the keto diet. Low carbohydrates, high healthy fats.

 

Q: Is the itching and shooting pains normal?

A: Yes, those are your nerves “waking up.”

 

Q: How long after surgery should I return back to work?

A: Depends on the procedure. If you have just Lipo you can return to work after the first week. If you’ve had a BBL you can return to work after two weeks. Tummy tuck procedures and body lift procedures should be gauged according to your comfort level, but most people are cleared to return to work after two weeks.