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saltysweet

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Re: Working after cosmetic surgery
« Reply #165 on: 16 July 2019, 11:17:46 pm »
 2 months.
« Last Edit: 16 July 2019, 11:45:49 pm by saltysweet »
Yeah like I'll let the human guineapigs have first dibbs at eating the food that's been sitting in those restaurant freezers for the past 4 months.

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« Reply #166 on: 12 January 2020, 08:09:42 pm »
Anyone had this procedure? It's like lipo, well it isn't as there is no surgery involved.

There's no need for any recovery time at all. I'm so tempted! Been thinking about it for a while as it freezes fat cells.
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« Reply #167 on: 12 January 2020, 08:12:38 pm »
Anyone had this procedure? It's like lipo, well it isn't as there is no surgery involved.

There's no need for any recovery time at all. I'm so tempted! Been thinking about it for a while as it freezes fat cells.

Gypsy if there's no recovery time, what is it you're asking, and how is it relevant to sex work?
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Re: Working after cosmetic surgery
« Reply #168 on: 13 January 2020, 12:29:39 am »
After Lipo you will be swollen and bruised for few weeks. You will look like a baloon if its in the stomach area. The recovery is less than more invasive procedures like Breast augmentation,  Tummy tuck or BBL but I believe you will need to take good 3-4 weeks off.

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Re: Coolsculpting
« Reply #169 on: 13 January 2020, 01:32:03 pm »
Gypsy if there's no recovery time, what is it you're asking, and how is it relevant to sex work?

Because while they say there is no recovery time needed, I've heard it can leave you badly bruised with some people. If I had it done I wouldn't want anyone to look at any bruises  :)
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Re: Coolsculpting
« Reply #170 on: 13 January 2020, 04:24:33 pm »
Anyone had this procedure? It's like lipo, well it isn't as there is no surgery involved.

There's no need for any recovery time at all. I'm so tempted! Been thinking about it for a while as it freezes fat cells.

I think this is cool sculpting or HiFu, as far as I know there is no downtime unless you get a bit of bruising (which is unlikely from what I've read) as it isn't an invasive treatment. I have just had my breast implants removed and new ones put in, I've been told 8 weeks off which I I dont doubt looking at the horrendous bruising I have (great results though)

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« Reply #171 on: 13 January 2020, 06:57:54 pm »
Because while they say there is no recovery time needed, I've heard it can leave you badly bruised with some people. If I had it done I wouldn't want anyone to look at any bruises  :)

Everyone is different with bruising and swelling. Even with the same cosmetic procedure, some girls recover at varying rates.
About cool-sculpting, of course its advertised as painless and minimal bruising. But some people will get adverse reactions to it. It's hard to guess which of the category you belong in until you try. But always wise to have enough savings for 1 month off work (in case of complications or pain).

I had the lip filler done( looked like Frankenstein's wife for a few months.) I returned to work the next day with heavy lip bruising. Even if the clients noticed, they did not care, nor did it affect business.


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Re: Working after cosmetic surgery
« Reply #172 on: 28 January 2020, 03:24:40 pm »
I'm thinking of getting a mini facelift later in the year, not sure of the downtime though, been researching it and general consensus is ok to have sex a couple of weeks after or 6 weeks for physical exercise.....I'm not sure what category I would fall into lol Has anyone had a mini facelift?

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Re: Working after cosmetic surgery
« Reply #173 on: 28 January 2020, 05:22:20 pm »
I'm thinking of getting a mini facelift later in the year, not sure of the downtime though, been researching it and general consensus is ok to have sex a couple of weeks after or 6 weeks for physical exercise.....I'm not sure what category I would fall into lol Has anyone had a mini facelift?

Is that when they tighten your jawline?
If so, I would be interested myself.. 

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Re: Working after cosmetic surgery
« Reply #174 on: 28 January 2020, 07:03:29 pm »
Yes tightens your neck and Jowls

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Re: Working after cosmetic surgery
« Reply #175 on: 28 January 2020, 07:18:08 pm »
Take it to PM folks, please :)
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Re: Working after cosmetic surgery
« Reply #176 on: 12 August 2020, 03:06:46 am »
I'm having a breast enlargement later this year and was wondering how long it was before any ladies on here were comfortable enough to start work after their surgery? I know they have recovery guidelines but I'm assuming they apply to ladies who have 9 to 5 jobs that don't involve blokes grabbing hold of their tits and trying to get radio 2 on their nipples 😂😂

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Re: Working after cosmetic surgery
« Reply #177 on: 12 August 2020, 08:12:38 am »
I'm having a breast enlargement later this year and was wondering how long it was before any ladies on here were comfortable enough to start work after their surgery? I know they have recovery guidelines but I'm assuming they apply to ladies who have 9 to 5 jobs that don't involve blokes grabbing hold of their tits and trying to get radio 2 on their nipples 😂😂

I had mine redone in January, I took 12 weeks off work and excersise.  Keep you compression bra on 24/7 during that time  I even wear mine now as they are comfy.  While things are quiet and I'm not working I've just had further surgery to my face, just recovering now, but thrilled with the results even now.

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Re: Working after cosmetic surgery
« Reply #178 on: 13 August 2020, 01:39:39 am »
2 months and after that wore pretty soft, transparent bras so they can see boobs but insisted on gentle touch and no hard play. I'd try not to get them out  at all and used distraction. Exactly the same advice as CM. I'm also a 24/7 compression bra wearer except for work.
« Last Edit: 15 August 2020, 12:23:15 am by saltysweet »
Yeah like I'll let the human guineapigs have first dibbs at eating the food that's been sitting in those restaurant freezers for the past 4 months.

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Re: Working after cosmetic surgery
« Reply #179 on: 13 August 2020, 09:00:19 am »
I'm having a breast enlargement later this year and was wondering how long it was before any ladies on here were comfortable enough to start work after their surgery? I know they have recovery guidelines but I'm assuming they apply to ladies who have 9 to 5 jobs that don't involve blokes grabbing hold of their tits and trying to get radio 2 on their nipples 😂😂


I’ve been told minimum 6 weeks. Getting mine done spring next year.