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Zodwa Wabantu dissolves her fat

Zodwa Wabantu

It seems Zodwa Wabantu is on a mission to get the ‘perfect’ body. The entertainer took to Instagram this week to share a video of her latest body procedure. She underwent “lipodissolve” injections to get rid of her stomach and inner-thigh fat.

“Lipodissolve is injected into areas by Dr to dissolve these tiny pockets of fat,” she captioned a clip from her visit to the doctor. The 34-year-old can be seen squirming as she is injected.

It’s not the first time Zodwa has visited the Durban doctor. Just last month she underwent a vaginal tightening procedure. She shared some footage from her visit and explained why she decided to get the treatment.

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“You know, doc, as women, after giving birth we often feel that something down there is no longer the same or tight. I’m not talking for all women, but we’ve seen questions from women who are like, ‘my vagina is no longer tight after birth or I was born like that’.

Zodwa Wabantu

Not only did the doctor tighten her lady bits but he also injected platelet-rich plasma (PRP) (taken from her own blood) into her clitoris and the area surrounding the vagina.

The rejuvenation procedure is believed to increase the intensity of a woman’s orgasm. There’s going to be magic coming out from there,” Zodwa said. She has been visiting the doctor a lot these days and even accompanied him to the Durban July.

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Zodwa Wabantu also revealed that she had her “saggy” breasts “lifted” during a non-surgical procedure done by the doctor. We doubt this will be her last visit to the doctor!

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Source: ALL4Women