Laser lipolysis, commonly known as ‘laser lipo’, is a liposculpture procedure for the removal of stubborn pockets of fat such as saddlebags, love handles, tummys and thighs. It can effectively reduce areas of fat resistant to diet or exercise with fewer side effects than traditional procedures such as liposuction.
- Administered by trained practitioners
- Safe and medical environment
- Can be offered as part of a bespoke treatment plan
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What is a Laser Lipolysis ?
You can get instant inch loss by using low level Laser Therapy (LLLT).
The laser device emits low level laser energy at a wavelength of approximately 640-650nm (Nanometers), this penetrates through the skin up to a depth of 9mm. This is the area where the subcutaneous fat layer is found. The wall of the fat cells is disrupted and develops tiny pores from which the fat/liquid flows out between the fat cells.
This is not a replacement for a healthy diet and regular exercise.
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Instant but will improve over 7 days
Risks & Complications
*Results may vary from person to person
Here is some further information about the treatment or procedure that may be helpful for you to choosing whether this treatment is right for you and your needs. If you want to find out more contact our team or visit our clinics.
Laser Lipolysis treatment is unsuitable for people who have a pace maker fitted or have any metal implants close to the area to be serviced
No, you should not feel any pain from this treatment. In fact, it is comfortable and relaxing!
Laser Lipolysis treatment takes approximately 30 mins
After your treatment you will notice a slight difference in your Body, but as the results are progressive, you can expect to see a difference over the next 7 days.
For the best results, we generally recommend a course of between 4 and 8 treatments , however we will always advise you on this at your first consultation.