Mummy Tummy

Our treatments help remove belly fat, tighten loose skin and improve stretch marks.

Our treatments help remove belly fat, tighten loose skin and improve stretch marks.


How To Get Rid Of A Mummy Tummy

Pregnancy can have a lasting effect on your body, particularly your stomach.

Lots of women develop a ‘mummy tummy’ or an apron of fat on the belly post-pregnancy. This can make a client feel self-conscious about loose skin and stretch marks. Quite often we find women struggle with a combination of all of the above and can have a profound effect on their confidence.

Whilst cosmetic surgery may be an option for some, for many women, surgeries such as tummy tuck or liposuction are out of the question due to costs, recovery time and the possible risks. We offer a wide range of non-invasive and non-surgical treatments that can help to remove belly fat, tighten loose skin and improve stretch marks.

Mummy Tummy


Mummy Tummy Treatments

Pregnancy is a wonderful thing and you shouldn’t underestimate the changes that it will cause. Whilst you may be keen to get rid of your post-baby belly, it is also important to allow your body time to “recover” and hormones to return to normal before embarking on any aesthetic treatments or surgery. We would recommend waiting for 6 months after giving birth before having any treatment and 12 months after a c-section.

Our non-invasive treatments can help but it is important to look at your diet, exercise, and lifestyle as well as options for cosmetic treatments. If you have gained weight during pregnancy then following a weight loss plan should be a number one priority. If you are breastfeeding this can help you lose weight more quickly as your body burns more calories making milk. Breastfeeding also releases hormones that shrink your uterus, helping your stomach return to normal quicker.

Sleep is another important factor to weight loss and sleepless nights can play havoc with your blood sugars and ability to lose weight. Try and get as much rest as you can even during the day or late in the evening.

Your abdominal muscles separate during pregnancy, called diastasis, and these can be slow to knit back together and in some cases may never reconnect. We recommend doing core strengthening exercises to encourage the abdominals back together. We don’t recommend abdominal crunches but exercise such as Pilates or Yoga is ideal to help you on your way to a flatter stomach.

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From 360 fat freezing to the MED: HIFU Ultra facelift treatment, I really have had many treatments at RT Aesthetics. Each treatment has helped my self-confidence and made me feel great. I first started of with the face-to-face consultation appointment to have my areas looked at to make sure I was suitable for the treatment....

Danielle Jobson