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Butt enhancement

By July 25, 2015 - 8:47am
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I want to use a butt enhancement cream (volufiline/gluteboost etc), or better yet do my own oil infusion at home with an ingredient that is popular amongst these butt enhancement creams. It is called Zhi Mu. It can be bought as a dried herb or a powdered extract which I plan on infusing with emu oil and putting it on my butt. My question therefore is can Zhi Mu cause Lipoma? Lipoma is caused by an overgrowth of fat cells. They can grow anywhere in the body where there are fat cells.

Zhi Mu is said to"foster the immediate division and growth or fat cells:hence its popularity in the butt enhancement market"
Can Lipoma be a potential side effect of applying Zhi Mu topically to the butt?
I have done my due diligence with Zhi Mu on the internet and I havent come across any side effect. What do you think?

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Hello and thank you for using EmpowHer,
I'm sure you have done plenty of research.
However, you need to consult with a professional before performing injections on yourself. The internet is not always the most reliable place.
You need to ask a professional if you should even be combining Emu Oil and Zhu mi. And, you need to find out what the proper ratio is, where to inject it, how often, etc.
Without the proper information and equipment, you are at risk of many complications even more serious then Lipoma that will effect your entire body.
In conclusion, fat cells do not naturally spread in an even patten naturally when caused by injections. You will have much more success getting a bigger, more natural looking butt (without any risk) by getting a good butt workout routine and sticking with it. Besides, a big butt is more attractive when firm, not fatty.


July 25, 2015 - 10:52pm
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