Body of two halves?
Many women complain that they have a body of two halves - usually a trim upper body and a plumper lower body - variations of the classic "pear shaped" body. This is typically genetic due to having fat cells in the lower half of the body which preferentially attract fat. This results in the lower half of the body putting weight on first and being the hardest area to take weight off, often despite reasonable diet and good exercise levels.
Liposuction or liposculpture is ideal for this type of figure as we are literally able to sculpture the body by removing fat from the troublesome areas to enable women to buy clothes off the rack - often for the firsttime in their lives