'Booty facial': A smoother bum for $500

'Booty facial': A smoother bum for $500

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NEW YORK (MYFOXNY) -

Yes, you can get a treatment to make the skin on your bum smoother and nicer. We moisturize and exfoliate everywhere else, so why deprive our backside of that tender loving care?

"We do all these things in the operating room to make the butt look better but we're not taking care of the skin on the butt," says Dr. Matthew Schulman, who specializes in butt lifts and augmentations at his Park Avenue plastic surgery practice.

But the noninvasive booty facial addresses surface flaws for around $200 to $500. The treatment involves chemical peels, some moisturizers, vacuum suction, and lasers on your fine lines and wrinkles.

You'd have to repeat this procedure several times to see dramatic results.

But I did like what I saw after one round. It looked and felt smoother, even if I felt a bit vulnerable in the process.

 

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