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Mummy Makeover cost UK? Everything you need to know

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Deciding to book a full-body transformation is no small feat. The changes that occur after pregnancy and childbirth are hard to manage even with years of a strict diet and exercise regime. Many mums post-pregnancy complain about sagging breasts & belly button, excess tummy fat, loose skin and stretch marks. Breast size might also change after a baby.

Luckily, a specialist surgical procedure exists to help you lose weight and restore your pre-pregnancy body. The Mummy Makeover uses a combination of procedures to perfect your tummy and boobs. The benefits of the all-in-one surgery include fewer visits to the hospital, better overall recovery and most attractively, a significant discount compared to individual procedures.

The cost of cosmetic surgery is one of the main barriers to a body that you’ll love, so it’s understandable that many choose a budget option, or travel abroad for a procedure. In doing this, you risk unsatisfactory results or even surgical complications.

To help you get the best outcome without wasting a penny, explore our Mummy Makeover cost breakdown, compare prices from prestigious UK clinics and discover how to finance your Mummy Makeover procedure with 0% APR.

How much does the Mummy Makeover cost?

The Mummy Makeover is one of the more expensive cosmetic procedures for women because it combines a tummy tuck, breast augmentation (or breast reduction), breast lift and liposuction. Ms Prosusskaia has over 20 years of experience in cosmetic reconstructive surgery – the premium service at North Bristol Private Hospital is especially sought-after. Rated five stars by her patients – you can always expect an impeccable standard of care and professionalism from the most trusted female plastic surgeon in the UK.

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Prices for a Mummy Makeover usually range from £18,000 to £22,000. In some rare cases, such as bariatric surgery, you may be quoted for a higher amount. You won’t be disappointed with the outcome.

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Mummy Makeover – a cost breakdown

You’ll save a considerable amount by choosing a full-body transformation over separate procedures this is evident when we break down the cost of each procedure involved in the Mummy Makeover


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Breast Augmentation


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Combined, each individual surgery for a breast implants and uplift makeover would cost you over £29,000. For a Mummy Makeover with breast reduction and lift, you could spend over £30,000 for separate procedures.

The single session in the operating theatre and the single recovery period bring the cost down considerably.

  • Single dose of general anaesthesia

  • One nights’ stay in hospital

  • Single round of pain meds, dressings and supportive wear

  • One recovery journey means fewer check-ins and follow-ups overall (although, we’re always around if you need more support after surgery).

  • Time saved in the operating theatre and fewer incisions made

  • Non-invasive body contouring included as standard if necessary

Comparing Mummy Makeover prices

Choosing the right plastic surgeon for your Mummy Makeover is essential for getting the perfect results first-time. Revision surgeries can be unnecessarily expensive, so you’ll end up paying more by choosing the wrong clinic or surgeon.

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it is so important you choose the right surgeon and I can honestly say Elena is the best choice.

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We compare Elena Prousskaia, Spire Healthcare, MYA Cosmetic Surgery, Nuffield Health, The Private Clinic and the Cadogan Clinic.

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It can be tempting to choose the cheapest clinic but you risk compromising on recovery, support and aftercare. However enticing, risk-free consultations might be insufficient to get to the bottom of your case. You could leave with more questions than you arrived with.

Finance the Mummy Makeover on 0% APR

Most of the clinics listed above offer 0% finance for the Mummy Makeover. MYA Cosmetic Surgery enforces an interest rate of 14.9-15.9% across all repayment plans. Bear this in mind before choosing MYA Cosmetic Surgery if you intend on using finance.

Elena Prousskaia teams up with Chrysalis Finance who offer 0% APR for payment plans up to 12 months. This means you can split the cost of the Mummy Makeover over a whole year with zero additional costs.

You’ll need to apply for a Chrysalis loan but you can borrow up to £25,000 – more than enough to cover your Mummy Makeover. Once approved, your treatment costs will be directly settled between your surgeon and loan provider; just pay a deposit and your monthly repayments.

The best payment plan for Mummy Makeover Finance

If you can leave a deposit of 25% or higher, you’re a good candidate for patient finance. Your monthly repayments for the Mummy Makeover surgery will be manageable and you won’t risk unnecessary financial stress. The 12-month repayment plan is the longest available while avoiding interest. You should be able to comfortably afford the repayments, even if this means adapting your lifestyle slightly to free up some of your budget.

The Mummy makeover repayments shouldn’t take more than 15% of your monthly budget, and your deposit should be less than 50% of your savings. You should always leave plenty of budget for necessities, unforeseen costs or emergencies.

If you’re not where you want to be financially, but you’re still keen on getting the Mummy Makeover, consider a longer repayment window to reduce your monthly repayments (this usually comes with 14.9% APR) or commit to a savings goal. Putting away an extra £200 per month in a 4% savings account will accumulate over 25% of your total Mummy Makeover costs in 2 years.

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