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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, 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 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? 

The pool of ideal candidates for laser lipo is a little bit smaller than for traditional lipo because the procedure isn't perfect for extensive weight loss. It might be right for you if you're:

  • Only about 25 pounds over your ideal weight

  • More concerned with "problem areas" than total-body weight loss

  • In good health with good skin elasticity

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.

How safe is Laser Lipo? 
It is completely safe; Laser Lipo low level LED light technology has been studied and used for over 30 years for many biomedical purposes including wound healing, pain relief and inflammation. Don’t forget either that this is not lipo ‘suction’ or ’Smart lipo’, and therefore has none of the associated risks and problems involved.

Which areas of the body can be treated?
Virtually anywhere there is excess fat such as:

  • Arms

  • Bottoms

  • Thighs

  • Legs

  • Stomach

  • Love Handles

  • Hips

  • Back


Where does the fat go? 
Laser Lipo treatments result in the liquefaction of fats. The liquefied fat is then drained away by the lymphatic system which is responsible for removing wastes from the body. From here, they’re delivered to the skeletal muscles where – through exercise – they’re burned to CO2 and ultimately eliminated from the body as we breathe out.

What happens to the Glycerol that is released with the fat?
Glycerol is sent to the liver for gluconeogenesis, a fancy word for ‘sugar making’.

What happens after each treatment? 
One can resume normal activities immediately as Laser Lipo is completely non-invasive with no down-time whatsoever. However, some form of exercise is necessary to burn of the drained fat (fuel) as energy.

What results can one expect from the Laser Lipo treatment? 
Measurable loss should always be noticed after the first treatment alone because Laser Lipo works very quickly. Both male and female clients have found that those hard to reduce trouble spots can be treated quite significantly within just a few treatments. Although results can vary depending on the size of the individual, the area to be treated etc.

How many treatments are needed? 
This all depends on certain factors such as the area to be treated, your size, what you want to achieve. 8 sessions usually recommended.

Before Treatment

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Who Is Not Eligible For Body Sculpting

Under 18 years old

Obesity - Unless doing something outside of these treatments, like eating better or working out.

Pregnant and/or breastfeeding (can only do RF if breastfeeding and RF facial if pregnant)

Recent surgery (3 months after BBL/lipo or 6 months after Tumytuck/C-Section

Pacemakers, cancer

Metal implants (braces are okay)

Lymphatic Disorder

Cardiac & Vascular Disease


Liver Disease

Diabetes or high blood pressure.

Copper IUD birth control

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