Are the Glutimax Creams & the Brand New Booty Pills Safe to Use As a Alternative 4 Butt Augmentation?

There are alot of pills and creams such as the two I mentioned above that different sites offer as a alternative for butt and breast enhancements besides surgery and I was wondering if they are safe, legal and effective to use?

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Can creams and/or pills be alternative treatments for buttock enhancement?

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One must be very careful not to fall victim to markateing ploys and exploitation. By using creams and/or pills you are just throwing money away,even if it's just a few dollars. The safest and most effective way of enhancing the buttocks is through fat transplantation. In order to get the best result you should seek a Board Certified plastic surgeon with extensive experience with the procedure.

 


New York Plastic Surgeon
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Are the Glutimax Creams & the Brand New Booty Pills Safe to Use As a Alternative 4 Butt Augmentation?

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Stop and ask yourself, if this junk really worked, WHY would it selectively enlarge your behind? Why would it not enlarge every other part which contained fat?

Don't waste your money unless you really like subsidizing such businesses.

Peter A. Aldea, MD
Memphis Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 61 reviews

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