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What’s the secret to a pert bottom when you hit 55?! 

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shh! Anti-agers no one else but you should know: What’s the secret to a determined bottom when you hit 55?!

  • An anonymous reader asked for advice on non-surgical treatments for their buttocks
  • Inge van Lotringen says the EMSculpt Neo machine has worked wonders for her
  • Beauty expert reveals course at London’s Cosmetic Skin Clinic will cost £3,000










Q I am 55 and despite regular exercise my butt is not as pert as it once was. Can non-surgical treatments help?

AN Much to my surprise, there is a treatment that has worked wonders for me! EMSculpt Neo is a new machine that emits focused high-intensity electromagnetic energy (boost electric currents) to contract your glutes 20,000 times in 30 minutes – equivalent to 20,000 squats!

Meanwhile, precisely calibrated radiofrequency heat helps metabolize (i.e., process and use up) fat deposits and firmer skin in the area, making it look smoother and more toned.

An anonymous reader asked Inge Van Lotringen for advice on the best non-surgical treatments to make their lower pert (file image)

I’ve tried dozens of disappointing butt and thigh treatments, but this has visibly lifted and rounded my bum. Over four half-hour sessions, a week apart, you just lay there with a paddle strapped to your butt – the contractions are severely uncomfortable but not painful.

The price, though: It’s £3,000 for the course at London’s Cosmetic Skin Clinic (cosmetic skinclinic.com), who are EMSculpt specialists. The effects last for six to 12 months, but much longer with exercise, so squat down! Search for clinics nationwide at btlaesthetics.com.

As for products, none will tighten or slim your bum (it’s impossible), but a good formula can improve your skin tone. I like dr. Sam’s Flawless Body Therapy, (£29, drsambunting.com) for its high dose of plumping ingredients like bakuchiol, normally found in facial care.

Inge van Lotringen (pictured) advised the reader to try the EMSculpt Neo machine, which costs £3,000 for a course at London's Cosmetic Skin Clinic

Inge van Lotringen (pictured) advised the reader to try the EMSculpt Neo machine, which costs £3,000 for a course at London’s Cosmetic Skin Clinic

Mail your questions to Ingeborg van Lotringen, author of Great Skin, at ing@dailymail.co.uk.

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