Daily Mail: How the Celebs Get Curvy

13 Mar 2017 | Category: Cosmetic

with Expert Adviser – Cosmedics Skin Clinics’ Dr Ross Perry

Daily Mail Feature: ‘The secret cosmetic procedure celebrities are using to sculpt their VERY curvy behinds’

mail-onlineThe Daily Mail has investigated how certain celebrities are sporting noticeably fuller hips. Not only the Kardashians but other stars such as Amber Rose have been pictured with curvier frames. Rumour suggests that it is not down to gym sessions, but cosmetic procedures designed to enhance the hip and/or buttock area.

The ‘Hip Job’

The ‘hip job’ is the generic name which has been given to procedures to enhance curves. The Daily Mail asked Cosmedics founder Dr Ross Perry to explain the surgical and non-surgical approaches to enhancing the hips. Dr Perry explains:

“The first is by creating a pocket between the skin and muscle to put an actual “implant” in, that is specifically shaped for this area – often made from silicon gel like the breast implants.

“The second is to use fat from your body that is harvested and re injected into this area.

“Both methods are acceptable but with significant risks of infection, bleeding and contour irregularities.

“It is not a routine procedure and needs careful thought and due diligence in whom you choose to do this as I would personally only see a BAAPS member (British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons) as you are running a serious risk to your health otherwise.”

Hip implants are classed as an invasive surgical procedure, in the same vein as breast augmentation or butt implants. These require general anaesthetic, a hospital stay and extensive recovery/aftercare implications.

Dr Ross Perry points out that the illusion of bigger hips can also be created by working on reducing the waist rather than augmenting the hips or buttocks. He explains:

“For those with fuller contours on their hips but slimmer waists, it’s possibly due to liposuction to create the slimmer waists and leave a fuller figure lower down rather than adding volume to those areas.”

Read article in full:  http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-4293986/Celebrities-having-hip-jobs-boost-curves.


Dr Ross Perry works with a number of London-based celebrities to provide skin enhancing treatments, tackling common skin issues as well as any signs of ageing.


Dr Ross Perry also regularly provides media comment on cosmetic injections such as Botox and Dermal fillers. He has particular expertise in skin surgery mole removal, sun damage and melanoma; having removed thousands of moles in his career, both within the NHS and privately through Cosmedics Skin Clinics.



Cosmedics Skin Clinics was established in 2003 and has built up an excellent reputation for cosmetic and medical treatments, carried out by GMC Registered Doctors.  The company offer a full range of cosmetic treatments, including popular lip enhancement and wrinkle relaxing injections, dermal fillers; plus medical treatments including mole removal, thread vein treatment and excessive sweating injections.

Cosmedics Skin Clinics has a team of skin treatment doctors and surgeons in their 5 skin clinics across London and Bristol led by Dr Ross Perry.

Call 020 7386 0464 or email info@cosmedics.co.uk to book an appointment

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