iStock_000012153902XLargeClinics have reported an increase in women enquiring for fat transfer over the last 12 months,according to new figures.

The treatment has seen a surge of 324 per cent,suggesting a rise in popularity for softer, more natural-looking cosmetic procedures.

Cosmetic surgeons say this increase in fat transfer enquiries is a far cry from the nineties and naughties trend of slim, high fashion figures.

A spokesperson for EF Medispa, who noticed the rise in enquiries said: “Fat transfer, as well as being minimally invasive, is renowned for achieving a far more natural look than implants, which can often look obvious and harsh. It’s the perfect combination, eradicating unwanted fat from one area and transferring it to an area of choice.”