Three in four women hate their ‘bingo wings’

Many women fret over the appearance of their body and plague their partners with questions such as ‘does my bum look big in this?’. But new research has revealed that women actually hate their ‘bingo wings’ more than any other part of their body.

The survey of 1,300 women revealed that three in four women find their bingo wings to be the worst part of their body, with their flabby triceps causing them more embarrassment then dimply thighs or bottoms.

And a quarter of women have become so self conscious about their upper arms that they have completely stopped moving them around in public, whilst 80 per cent of women have resorted to wearing a cardigan or cover up to hide them away.

The research also revealed that nine out of 10 women questioned wished that fashion designers would make more dresses with sleeves and a frustrated 71 per admitted they could not find anything suitable to buy themselves and would often leave the shops empty handed because of this.

For those worrying about their looks The Hospital Group, one of the UK’s leading cosmetic surgeons, offer an array of body-enhancing treatments including arm lift surgery, otherwise known as Brachioplasty Surgery, liposuction and tummy tucks as well as non-invasive procedures including BOTOX™, fillers and cosmetic dentistry.

David Ross, Chief Executive of The Hospital Group said: “Bingo wings are a common problem, particularly amongst women. Those who suffer from sagging upper arms can feel self conscious about their appearance and find it hard to live life to the full.

“It can be incredibly hard to eliminate bingo wings but The Hospital Group offer a range of procedures to give long lasting and life changing results. Liposuction and liposculpture can be used to remove excess fat from the arm and arm lift surgery can help patients to achieve slim and toned arms that look youthful.

“The Hospital group provide expert advice and treatments in state-of-the-art facilities to ensure that patients get the look they are after.”

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