Plastic Surgery Blog Claims Lori Harvey Is NOT Natural … ’Got Mini-BBL’ & ‘Gummy Bear Implants’!! (Pics)

Lori Harvey is considered by many on social media to have one of the most beautiful natural bodies of any current celebrity. But Media Take Out has learned that a popular blog is questioning whether Lori’s body is truly natural.

The blog, which focuses on celebrities — and claims to “reveal” her secret surgeries, claims that Lori has been working on both her top and bottom halves. The blog posted several pictures of Lori side by side – ostensibly to “prove” that she was surgically enhanced.

HERE IS A LINK TO ALL THE SIDE-BY-SIDE PHOTOS

Fans of the surgery blog detailed two alleged surgeries they believe Satve’s daughter has undergone. The first is a “mini-BBL”. This procedure removes excess fat from one area of ​​the body and injects it into the back.

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In many cases, the fat is removed from a “problem area” such as the hips, thighs, or lower abdomen, resulting in improved overall lower body aesthetics. Despite its name, BBL surgery has no connection to Brazilian culture; Rather, it’s a nod to the Brazilian surgeon who first performed the procedure.

The second surgery fans believe Lori has undergone is what is known as the “gummy bear implant.” The “gummy bear” implant is a unique silicone implant. It has the ability to mold with your breast area, giving you natural looking results when having an augmentation.

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The gummy bear implant is currently manufactured by three different companies, Allergan, Mentor and Sientra. These unique rigid implants were approved by the FDA after eight years of clinical studies with each company.

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