Do dime curve pills work better than brazilian butt lift?

Do dime curve pills actually work? The before and after’s look ridiculous and I do not see how a pill could really improve those areas in the body. I want to look more curvy for the upcoming summer season. I do not think that I can go through with an invasive procedure though.

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F, 37, New Jersey

The recent hype by people in the entertainment industry seems to have shifted from breast enlargements to having major curves and a bigger butt. Butt enlargement pills, butt enhancement creams, etc. do not work. Plus, these "enhancement products" are deemed to be dietary supplements and are not FDA-approved. They may claim that  "butt pills" are a viable option to plastic surgery but they are not. The only non-surgical method of butt augmentation is targeted exercise such as deadlifts, lunges, leg presses, etc. You can search the internet for exercises to do at home or visit a gym and work with a personal trainer to give you a workout program that focuses on the buttocks.

I know you mentioned you're uneasy with the thought of cosmetic surgery, but you may want to consult with a few plastic surgeons that specialize in this type of procedure. They will be able to discuss the various options for buttocks enhancement treatments and provide you with a different perspective on the BBL.

Dr. Jonathan Heistein has 2 "Brazilian butt lift" before & afters:

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No, dime curves pills will not give you the same look as a Brazilian butt lift. These type of "butt enhancement pills," like other enhancement pills that claim to change your body, don't work. The only non-surgical way to increase your butt size is to exercise your glutes. If it's a non-surgical approach to a bigger butt that you are looking for, I suggest you visit a gym and work with a personal trainer to target the specific muscles.

If you don't want to go through the rigors of exercise -- even though that will likely make you look better all around for the summer -- there are buttock augmentation procedures that can be performed to give you a big booty. I suggest you consult with a few board-certified plastic surgeons who can discuss options specific to your situation.