Olympian Jessica Ennisís toned abs see increase in tummy surgery enquiries
There has been an increase in the number of women opting to undergo a tummy tuck procedure since Jessica Ennis won gold at the London 2012 Olympic Games. The athlete triumphed in the womenís heptathlon and impressed spectators not only with her performance on the track, but with her washboard stomach and well-toned abs.Now, many women who do not have the time to do the kind of exercise required to achieve this look are increasingly turning to a new tummy fat reduction treatment called Lipoglaze, Female First reports. The non-surgical treatment is pain and scar-free and is a form of liposuction. It targets areas of the body where fat is hard to shift by freezing fat cells, causing them to waste away naturally. In a single one-hour session, around one-third of the fat cells being targeted will be removed and the treatment can be used to tone up the arms, legs and thighs, as well as the stomach.