REVIEW: We try Kim Kardashian’s ‘tummy tuck’ that promises tight skin WITHOUT surgery

October 12, 2016
Post Categories: NewsMedical Aesthetic Devices

AFTER US socialite shares Snapchat video of procedure months after having son Saint, writer and mum-of-one Francesca Frawley dares to try cosmetic op.

You may wonder how celebrity mums seemingly pop out a sprog without a single line marking their lithe limbs. But the truth is that those taut tums could be down to a revolutionary treatment that tightens skin, banishes stretch marks and even camouflages Caesarean scars – all without going under the knife.

Harley Street’s Dr David Jack reveals he has treated up to 20 stars in the public eye with this revolutionary treatment and the results are so natural, it is “impossible to tell” you have had it done. Speaking exclusively to “I’ve got quite a few celebrity clients. Generally it is [people who have children], lax skin or maybe Caesarean scars. If someone has a puckered scars or a keyhole scar, we can help with that. “The results of this thing are very subtle and natural-looking. If someone has really good skin, they probably have had some form of Fractora treatment. It’s so difficult to tell.”

But what is Fractora and how does it work? Dr Jack, 32, told Fractora is a skin resurfacing treatment that uses ‘a type of pin to create injuries to simulate the auto-immune response.” By injuring the tissues with these microneedles, it causes the body to produce collagen, which helps to repair and heal damaged skin, while “lifting and tightening” at the same time. The treatment, which is FDA approved for skin types 1-4, leaves clients with similar effects to a nip and tuck – but without going under the knife. It can be used to treat bingo wings, crepe skin, sagging skin, jowls, stretch marks and even ‘active acne’. And the results are permanent. While the treatment can be used anywhere, it is the face and neck that are the most popular. He said: ”You can use Fractora anywhere you have kind of loose skin on the body to tighten it. So quite often people do the face or neck.”