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Body Sculpting FAQs

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Ultrasonic Cavitation FAQs

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Laser Lipo FAQs:


How many treatments will I need?

To see maximum results a course of 8 treatments is recommended, per body area. These treatments should be done twice per week at regular intervals.


Which areas of the body can be treated?

The laser lipo procedure can be performed on calves, knees, thighs, buttocks, stomach, and arms. Laser lipo is a multi-pad system that makes treatment fast and efficient. Typical treatment times are 20-40 minutes.


What inch loss could I achieve from this treatment?

This will vary from person to person depending on your size, but the results from the treatment will be greatly improved by your commitment to the treatment. A healthy diet needs to be adhered to and an exercise program is important to follow to enable the released fat to be used up as energy. This should be done on the same day as your i-lipo treatment.


Does it hurt?

Laser lipo is a low-level LED Light and most people feel very little when it is used on them. Laser lipo is a comfortable relaxing treatment where the typical sensation felt is just a slight warmth where the pads are in contact with your skin. The process is extremely relaxing. The most you’ll feel is a slightly warm sensation in the treatment area. In fact, you could bring a book or your iPod and completely chill out.


Is it suitable for men and women?

The laser lipo treatment works equally well for both.


Can everyone have the treatment?

There are a few medical conditions that would stop us from performing the treatment. Your laser lipo therapist will go through a full health and medical questionnaire with you before your first treatment to ensure you are suitable. This will also include a detailed description of the treatment and time for any questions you may have.


How long will the results last?

Booster treatments are not necessarily needed with the laser lipo, as long as your weight, diet and exercise are maintained. One treatment performed now and again is a good incentive to keep you in control.

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