A new technique for brachioplasty is proposed, aiming at correction of ptosis without excision. It is based on rolling a deepithelialized flap around from the rear and sliding it underneath the inside frontal skin of the arm, recreating the roundness of the arm and a firmer consistency. This technique has been utilized in 12 patients so far, with a follow-up ranging from 8 months to 4 years. No postoperative edema were observed, but one case of hyperesthesia appeared for a period of 2 months. The main preoccupation is scar sequelae, which must limit the intervention to patients clearly aware of the possibility of healing complications.