It's a craze and consuming passion for many women to get a Brazilian Butt Lift (BBL) these days. Are they safe? They are certainly extreme and maybe only for a fad. What happens if in 2020 we are looking at small butts as being desirable. Let's face it these things come and go. How easy are these to reverse. That is surely a consideration for the average gal.
It's popular there are more than 198,857 cases of gluteal fat grafting or Brazilian Butt Lifts worldwide and that's just ones that were responded to in an online survey*.
The procedure itself also includes liposuction of areas that have too much fat (what happens if you don't have much?) and puts that up into your buttocks. So you can see the win win here. Except of course in the excitement of thinking about your brand new body you forget to ask about the risks.
The procedure is straightforward in understanding what it is and that is where it stops. Fatalities are more than for any other cosmetic procedure*. So the answer is it depends if you talk to a benefactor- or the average woman on the street will tell you no it's not safe.
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* "significantly higher mortality rates appear to be associated with gluteal fat grafting than with any other aesthetic surgical procedure"by Aesthetic Surgery Journal - https://academic.oup.com/asj/article/37/7/796/3075249