Vaser Liposuction is a successful cosmetic surgery procedure for fat cell removal and body contouring results but it is not a weight-loss tool. While it gives overall impressive results, if you adopt unhealthy dietary habits and live a sedentary lifestyle, it will not prevent you from gaining weight again. So after getting a Vaser Liposuction procedure, it is essential to consider exercise. Exercise is beneficial to one’s overall health. It is also valuable in maintaining the result of Vaser Liposuction. Immediately after the treatment, light physical activity is advised to prevent blood clots and the build-up of fluid. Since it has minimal recovery time than traditional liposuction, patients can resume normal daily activities a day or two post-surgery. Most can get back to their vigorous activities in as little as 2-3 weeks. However, a compression garment is required to be worn in 3 weeks full time and 3 weeks part-time. It is important to take exercise slowly initially and gradually increase the intensity over time. Both aerobic and resistance style training begins at approximately 25% less than their usual workouts before gradually increasing the intensity. Although some exercises can feel uncomfortable, it just means that you are pushing hard and your body hasn’t fully recovered yet. It has been studied in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism that there is a 10% increase in fats for women who didn’t exercise after their Vaser Liposuction. While for those women who exercised 3x a week post-surgery didn’t gain any fat. This just marks the importance of frequent exercise following Vaser Liposuction. In conclusion, one must have realistic expectations and be aware of the level of commitment required to maintain a healthy, balanced lifestyle long term before having any cosmetic surgery.