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Having just visited Dr Arthur Tjandra of Elixir de Vie at the peak of Covid-19 pandemic barely 3 months ago, this woman in her late-20s returns for her 4th visit, braving through tight airports security and multiple Covid-19 testing both at departing and destination airports, because she is extremely eager to complete her whole body liposuction. It actually makes sense, because while people are still working from home, it is a good opportunity to get cosmetic surgeries done, so that you can recover at home, without anyone noticing that you have gone for surgeries! On top of that, there is currently a Covid-19 promotion with 50% off liposuction fees, which ends on 31st Dec 2020. This promotion has been extended once, hence it will not be extended again beyond 2020.
She is one of Dr Arthur Tjandra of Elixir de Vie‘s favorite patients, as she gets liposuction done on only one side of her body each time, hence enabling Dr Arthur Tjandra of Elixir de Vie to make video recording comparing right and left sides every time she returns. It is so amazing to be able to see before and after surgery result on the same patient, isn’t it? There is a downside of such approach, though. A patient may be unhappy with the most recently-lipoed side, when she compares that side, with the side which was lipo-ed many months ago. This is normal, because the side which was lipo-ed many months or even a year ago will definitely appear much better than the side which was just lipo-ed 3 months ago. This is because although everything may appear fine and fully recovered on skin level, at deeper levels below the skin, the traumatized tissues need at least 6 months, sometimes up to a year, to heal completely from a liposuction surgery.
She has produced a blog to document her liposuction journey: Mon Petite Journal de Lipo.
This is a list of her case studies: