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Wonderlift Breast and Derriere Enhancement at Body TLC

The Wonderlift treatment uses a 3-step modality technique which include Vacuum Suction, Micro Current Therapy and Low Level Light Therapy, each of these are scientifically proven to achieve a more lifted, toned and firm breast or derriere.

What does Wonderlift Breast Enhancement achieve?

  • Create a more lifted appearance post pregnancy & breast feeding

  • Achieve a more even shape & size

  • Assists with gender reassignment journeys

  • Reverse the natural ageing process

Wonderlift enhancement at body tlc

Why choose Wonderlift Enhancement?

  • Wonderlift uses the ancient art of Chinese Cupping alongside years of research to the UK's most innovative, pain free, non-surgical breast enhancement. 

  • WonderLift® utilizes the body's natural immune system and  the lymphatic drainage network, to increase blood circulation, eliminate toxins and increase ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate) cellular energy.

  • WonderLift® is a great way to avoid surgical procedures when looking to enhance, lift and firm the bust or buttock areas with no downtime, no pain and instant results.

How does Wonderlift Enhancement work?

1. Vacuum Suction 

The Vacuum Suction element of the Wonderlift treatment manipulates the fat tissue which is the largest biological composition of the breast. The intense suction causes the pectoral muscles to contract; subsequently lifting and firming the skin in addition to providing the treatment area with shape. Vacuum Suction also increases blood circulation which in turn helps to eliminate toxins from the body through the Lymphatic System; activating the mammary glands and causing breast tissue to swell. 

2. Micro Current Therapy

Micro Current Therapy is proven to encourage regeneration of nerves and soft tissue. The mitochondria, inside the cell, are stimulated by the Micro Current to increase production of ATP which is needed for growth and repair. With continued treatment, the Micro Current Therapy and subsequent increased ATP production firms and tones the treatment area. 

3. Low Level Light Therapy

Low Level Light Therapy is used to rejuvenate the skin with no downtime. The Diode emits a red light during treatment which stimulates the fibroblast cells within the skin; these cells produce more collagen which works to achieve a more even skin tone and firm appearance. LLT, unlike surgical lasers do not emit heat but instead create a photo-chemical reaction in compromised cells therefore the physiological chain reactions regenerates tissue in the treatment area. 

Wonderlift enhancement at body tlc
Wonderlift enhancement at body tlc
Wonderlift enhancement at body tlc
Wonderlift enhancement at body tlc

How long does the results of Wonderlift last?

Results will vary depending on the severity of the ptosis, age, skin condition, hormones and initial breast size. Wonderlift is a progressive accumulation result; clients achieve wonderful results with each treatment and results last longer the more treatments that each client undertakes. 

The second treatment should commence 4 days after your initial treatment, the third treatment 6 days after that and so on. 

Wonderlift state that with regular treatment you can achieve up to a year between 'top ups'.

What happens at the appointment?

Your therapist will ask you to select your degree of Ptosis from a diagram, if you are unsure your therapist can examine you. A short consultation will commence to discuss your goals and for your therapist to recommend appointment intervals. If you are happy to proceed, photographs will be taken of the area (inside a bra) in order to monitor the change in position and tone after treatments. We suggest wearing the same bra to your appointments and for it to be un-padded for the most accurate representation. Along with photographs, you can have your breasts measured at each appointment. 

After removing your bra (for breast enhancements), you will be asked to lay on a massage couch, the area will be check for abnormalities and a thick layer of lotion will be applied. Plastic cups will then be placed over the treatment area and your therapist will ask you to hold these into position as the suction begins. The suction and vibration lasts up to 30 minutes followed by a 10 minute rest period whereby the suction alone is holding the tissue, this is then released leaving a more toned and firmed treatment area. 

Your therapist will show you massage techniques to stimulate growth at home. 

As this page covers the topic of non surgical breast enhancement - we thought we would share some knowledge with you on being Breast Aware, knowing what to look for having a regular check is common sense, could save your life, and should never be taboo! 

Most breast lumps are benign, and to ease the confusion (and potential panic) we have composed a list of the usual culprits. However  every lump, bump, or unusual secretion should be checked with your GP as a precaution.

Dr Archard's 5 Basic Rules

  1. Soft lumps are less likely to be dangerous than hard ones.

  2. Smooth lumps are less likely to be dangerous than rough ones.

  3. Painful lumps are less likely to be dangerous than painless ones. ­

  4. Lumps that grow very fast over a few days are unlikely to be dangerous.

  5. Lumps that move freely are less likely to be dangerous than ones that don't.

Please remember these are general guidelines that are true in most, but not all, cases. If you do find a lump it is always wise to get a medical opinion.


Small, movable lump

How does it look and feel?

Painless and rubbery, may occasionally feel tender.


What is the likely cause?

A fibroadenoma, which is the result of excess connective tissue and gland growth. More common in younger women but can occur at any age.


How is it treated?

Fibroadenomas are usually untreated as they don't increase the risk of breast cancer but any kind of lump should be seen by your doctor, who will refer you for investigations.


Pain in both or one breast

How does it look and feel?

May be a burning or an aching, stabbing or pricking pain, this may or may not spread to the armpit/s.


What is the likely cause?

Cyclical or non-cyclical breast pain. It may be caused by problems with surrounding joints/muscles or may have no apparent cause. Cyclical breast pain is common in the week before your period. Non-cyclical breast pain can occur at any time.


How is it treated?

Although rarely a symptom of anything serious, it's important to check out any breast pain with your doctor. Evening primrose oil may help relieve breast pain in some women, as can dietary changes.

Lumpy breasts (or an isolated lump)

How does it look and feel?

Breasts may feel heavier, lumpier and fuller in the run-up to your period and may be painful or uncomfortable.


What is the likely cause?

Diffuse nodularity - lumpy breasts - which is very common before the menopause.


How is it treated?

Lumpy breasts are normal but it's important to know what looks and feels normal for you so that you can spot any unusual changes, please see the directions below for a guide to how best check your breasts.

A sudden appearance of a grape shaped lump (often found in the upper breast)

How does it look and feel?

The lump feels smooth and soft, may be mobile and tender and may feel sore and become larger before your period


What is the likely cause?

A cyst - a fluid-filled sac under the skin, which is most common among women from their 30's to menopause. Cysts near the surface tend to feel soft, while deeper cysts feel like hard lumps.


How is it treated?

Cysts are often left untreated, but the fluid may be removed using a fine needle and syringe.

It's important to see your doctor for their diagnosis and to discuss possible drainage treatment.


Painless, hard, immobile, irregular lump

How does it look and feel?

Often painless.


What is the Likely cause?

Could possibly be cancerous, although it may be another benign condition caused by extra growth of tissue within the breast nodules.


How is it treated?

It is important to remember that 9 out of 10 breast lumps are benign. Make an appointment to see your doctor without delay, and you will be referred to a breast clinic for further investigation.

Changes to the appearance or feel of the breasts

How does it look and feel?

Skin dimpling or thickening, a change in the appearance or size of your breasts, any change in the nipple position or discharge.


What is the likely cause?

Although there may be other explanations, these could all be signs of breast cancer so they must be checked out.


How is it treated?

Book an appointment with your doctor without delay for further investigation.

A small lump under the areola 

How does it look and feel?

It may be painful. There may be a discharge of sticky, clear or bloodstained fluid.


What is the likely cause?

An intraductal papilloma - a wart-like lump that develops in the duct behind the areola.


How is it treated?

In most cases no treatment is required but sometimes surgery may be required to remove affected ducts. Intraductal papilloma's do not increase the risk of breast cancer, however book an appointment with your doctor for referral to a breast clinic for diagnosis.

Breast Cancer Awarenes at Body TLC
Breast Cancer Awarenes at Body TLC
Not just for the ladies, men can also develop breast cancer, although most lumps found are related to gynecomastia, it is still vital to have regular checks and visit your GP if you have any concerns
At the beginning of your Wonderlift treatment with Body TLC, our female therapists, with your permission, check your breast tissue. We do this whilst you are laying down, to map and document any findings and to ensure your suitability for the treatment. Please do mention to the therapist if you are aware of any suspicion at the time. However, in this event the treatment will not proceed until the suspicion has been confirmed by your GP, and any necessary treatment completed. Should the therapist discover anything new, you will be given advice and it is likely the treatment will be paused until you have seen your GP.
Treatment can go ahead with known benign lumps and a DRs letter.
Although the breast check is not compulsory we do recommend it, however never rely solely upon it, remember to check your own breasts monthly, both standing, laying and in front of a mirror, after all no one knows whats normal for your breasts better than you!
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