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Free liposuction supplies cosmetics entrepreneur

Tuesday, May 13, 2008 8:55 AM ET

SANTA BERNARDO, California (Ruetars) -- A plastic surgeon is offering a number of free services, including liposuction, to patients in the northern Californian spa town of Santa Bernardo.

"How can we afford it?" asks Dr. Darryl Lipid, owner of Sebaceous Cosmetics. "Volume. Seriously, part of the deal is based on four people agreeing to the have the procedure at the same time. Until we have our new mass suction lipectomy operating theater built it will be a relatively intimate affair."

When the new building is ready, up to 24 patients will have their excess fat removed at the same time.

Patients also have to agree to undergo liposuction without the benefit of a local anesthetic.

"Yes. We keep the costs down by performing the lipoplasty without sedatives or anesthesia of any kind," Lipid told Ruetars. "I won't lie to you -- it's painful, and harrowing, but for those patients who have some pockets of stubborn fat, it is worth it."

And what becomes of the "stubborn fat"? It gets used in the products that Sebaceous Cosmetics pedals to the rich clientele of Santa Bernardo.

"Yes, it's true. Much of the tissue is rendered and used in the creation of our Human Touch cosmetics line. Our customers find Human Touch cosmetics superior to any other top-of-the-line cosmetics producer."

A significant portion of the extracted fat is sent to Germany.

"We have an agreement with a Germany company as well. We do not know what they are doing with the excess tissue, but we have a non-competitive agreement with them, so they are not allowed to use them in cosmetics. As far as I know, Human Touch order viagra buy cialis is the only line designed with actual human tissue -- a real breakthrough in the business of looking your best!"

The German company is Die Antropophagia GmbH, which sells foam-in-the-can dessert toppings.

They would not grant Ruetars an interview.

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