Lipo Laser utilises laser energy - the laser energy penetrates down to the fat cells and creates tiny holes in their membranes. This causes the fat cells to release their stored fatty acids, glycerol, and water into the body and then shrink, potentially resulting in lost inches. The body then flushes out the expelled fat-cell contents via the lymphatic system or burns them for energy.
How does it work?
Excess energy ends up stored in the body in the form of fat cells. Fat can be difficult to lose, even with diet and exercise. This is because the body tends to target fat last when drawing on stored energy reserves, favoring more readily available forms of energy like sugars and carbohydrates instead.
The laser lipo technology is able to bypass this, however: using low-level laser technology, it activates a natural response in the body that breaks down fat cells into a form that is readily available for energy consumption (liquifies the fat cell), effectively tricking the body into targeting fat. This allows for a non-destructive approach to circumference and fat reduction that doesn’t require surgery and leaves the body undamaged after the slimming treatment.
Benefits of Lipo Laser
Versatile - Lipo Laser can be used on virtually any area of your body where you're carrying extra weight. Common treatment spots include the tummy, thighs, buttocks or back.
Non-invasive - Unlike liposuction, Lipo Laser is non-invasive and safe. Low Level Laser technology has been used since 2001 and was established as a proven method to release fat cells immediately prior to liposuction surgery. Low level lasers have been in use for over 40 years for treatment of many different conditions, such as chronic pain, wound healing, and many other orthopedic conditions.
Painless - During and after your treatment, you shouldn't experience any discomfort. Some customers even fall asleep during the treatment!
Fast - Each treatment will take approximately 30 - 60 minutes depending on body part, making it a perfect lunch-time appointment with no downtime.