Farrah Abraham’s life has changed a great deal since she first appeared on 16 and Pregnant and Teen Mom. In fact, she’s really never stopped changing!
Farrah has always looked for new ways to grow, improve, and change herself and her brand. But this specific change has fans more than shocked!
Farrah Abraham has been in an ongoing state of change and development for years, and this definitely includes her physical appearance. In fact, she recently went under the knife for more butt implants!
“SKINNY GIRL PROBLEMS NO MORE,” Farrah captioned a new video of her receiving the procedure. She hashtagged it “#Artificialfatinjections.”
Farrah handed it off to the technician, who explained the procedure. “It’s going to enhance what she already has,” she shared.
“It’s working with my real body,” Farrah added.
The technician explained that she’d be injecting “freeze-dried fat” that would “regenerate [Farrah’s] own fat and own blood vessels that will make it look very youthful and plump.”
In another shot, the technician shared that the injections will last “over five years!”
“Which is amazing,” Farrah says, “Because my other injections only last two years. I’ve had injections last about three to four years. So I’m so excited [that this new product] is lasting five years! It’s so great.”
Farrah’s technician was also excited to share that the fat is “human-donated” and has been “stripped of all DNA and all live cells.” Farrah added, “Not cows! I was concerned!”
“It’s magic,” the technician added. “When injected it actually does have certain growth factors that will actually create your own fat… and your own collagen [and] blood vessels. It’s really kind of just feeding the tissue, the adipose, the blood vessels, and the collagen.”
But recently, Farrah has been opening up about a different procedure… a vaginal rejuvenation!
Farrah has gotten vaginal rejuvenations in the past, and posted about it on her Instagram back in October of 2017.
She shared a snap of her at her appointment, writing, “Loving my lady parts! #vaginalrejuvenation.” She also shared a video of the doctor explaining how the process works. She says, “What this does is it distributes little wounds through radio frequency, which kind of breaks up the collagen and forces it to restore during that healing process. So everything becomes tighter.”