If you’re considering getting breast augmentation surgery, but you want to get an idea of what your results will look like, it used to be that you would need the help of medical imaging technology, or the wisdom of your surgeon. Now, there’s another way. A way that lets you see what you would look like with the results you want. No need for expensive imaging machines, either. This is something you can do in the privacy of your own home.
As part of a new educational campaign, Mentor Worldwide LLC unveiled the New You Visualizer – a web-based visualization tool that women can assess the potential results of breast augmentation surgery before moving forward to the consultation/operation phases. The service offers real-time insight to what your breast augmentation might look like.
The spokesperson for the New You Visualizer education campaign is actress, entrepreneur, television host and mother Brook Burke-Charvet.
“If cosmetic surgery is something you’re considering, it’s important to make an informed, healthy decision,” said Burke-Charvet. “Women are bombarded with information about breast augmentation, but don’t get the answer they really want, specifically ‘How will I look afterward?’ I love that the New You Visualizer empowers women to inform themselves.”
The New You Visualizer is hosted by LoveYourLook.com. There, you can toggle your results based on options like size, shape and more. It takes just a few easy steps:
- Securely upload your photo (ideally in a bra or swimsuit top)
- Make adjustments for implant size, shape and lift
- Create personalized before-and-after images
- Save results to their Look Book for review or future adjustments
- Share your results with your physician, and your loved ones
“Our goal with this campaign is to enable a better conversation between a woman and her doctor so she can achieve the best results possible,” said David Wilson, Worldwide President, Mentor Worldwide LLC. “As a leader in the breast augmentation market, we feel that it is our responsibility to advance the tools available to women as they make important decisions about their bodies.”