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Affordable Mommy Makeover plastic surgery to regain pre-pregnancy shape

Affordable Mommy Makeover plastic surgery


When 45-year-old Cynthia Dyako of Bedfordshire, UK, took a trip with her twelve and ten year-old children, she looked up and smiled pleasantly at the woman seated across from her. All of a sudden, the stranger dropped a remark that stuck in Cynthia’s mind.
“You have such beautiful grandchildren,” the woman said.

The innocent remark forced her to take a stock of her appearance. It was hard on Cynthia because she stands only five foot tall and her normal, pre-pregnancy weight tipped the scales at exactly 105 pounds. Childbirth had stretched Cynthia’s stomach muscles and left her with a lot of loose, hanging skin around the waist. Her diminutive frame carried almost 30 extra pounds, all of which was left over from pregnancy and childbirth.

Moreover, many late hours in her business created dark circles and bags under her eyes.

“Like many women, I wanted to be the perfect mother and gave virtually all my time and attention to the children,” Cynthia told us. “I got to the point where I had put myself at the bottom of my priorities and even went around without makeup. In a word, I had become a frump.”

While she was taking stock, Cynthia also started thinking how her appearance might affect her children. After all, the children see loads of ideal beauties every day, thanks primarily to the media, and then make comparisons to mom, the real woman they see daily. 


“If I lose respect for myself, my kids may also lose respect for me,” Cynthia thought, “Perhaps the children would have a better role model if they saw me as more outgoing and confident – and not so frumpy.”

Eventually, Cynthia decided her outward appearance should match the youthful, attractive person she felt to be deep down inside.

Now came the difficult part. With two children and their ever growing demands, it was virtually unimaginable for Cynthia to arrange such big amount for herself. Like all mothers, she would not sacrifice the requirements of her children for her makeover. Moreover, how to take time away from the hectic schedules to undergo a surgical procedure? What about the children?

Since a mommy makeover in UK would have left her bankrupt, owing to such high prices of mommy makeover in UK, she had to look out options which she could afford yet not compromise her health and results. Plastic surgery abroad seemed to be a good proposition, but with options galore, how to decide on the best option. 

An extensive search on the internet revealed India as one of the favourite destinations for plastic surgery abroad among Britons. Cheap plastic surgery abroad in India, highly qualified cosmetic surgeons, excellent medical facilities, English speaking doctors and hospital staff, what more she could ask for. 

She underwent a tummy tuck, breast augmentation, liposuction of abdomen, liposuction of buttocks, thighs and a vaginal tightening. A laser skin resurfacing on face to turn the clock back on her face.  


Total downtime- two weeks.  

A cosmetic surgery holiday in India has given her confidence back without digging deep into her pockets. 

“I stand up straighter, smile more and am in a better mood more often,” says Cynthia. “I look good after I get ready for work so the children see a more confident, outgoing mother with higher self-esteem.”


More information on cheap mommy makeover surgery in India can be obtained on +91 9818462127/ +91 9320036777 or info@indicure.com

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