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What happened when I used Fascia Blaster after Bariatric Weight loss Surgery. My Unexpected results.

Updated: Jan 22, 2020

I came across the Fascia Blaster six months after Bariatric surgery and was a huge skeptic. As I dug deeper into what the fascia was, and the research behind it, I decided to give it a try. Who doesn't want to get rid of dimples and dents in their skin and have pain relief?? I did my whole body - but I didn't use it on my stomach for a whole year.


Fascia is a layer of connective tissue under the skin that is mostly made of collagen. Fascia can also be referred to as scar tissue, fibrosis, myofascial tissue, connective tissue and fibrotic tendons.

Are you wanting to use the Fascia Blaster after Bariatric Weight loss Surgery? Do you want to use the Fascia Blaster for your skin after your procedure? I use many Fascia Blasters and have since 6 months after surgery. I did not use them on my Stomach for a year. I wanted to see results for pain, dents, dimples and saggy skin. My results are… #fashiablaster #gastricsleeve #vsg #skin #bariatrics #selfcare
How to use Fascia Blaster after Weight loss Surgery

The Fascia Blaster is basically a plastic stick that you rub up and down your body that is supposed to massage the fascia. It can help with muscle pain, but the process hurts and can leave bruises. The idea of bruising did not excite me.


I got the Ashley Black eBook, The Cellulite Myth: It’s Not Fat, It’s Fascia</