In the battle against weight loss, there are numerous shortcuts, including lasers. Fat burning lasers are quickly gaining popularity, because they are relatively painless, require no incisions, and there is minimal downtime. But do weight loss lasers actually work.
Weight loss lasers
Weight loss lasers can help to eliminate body fat in specific areas, but are not intended to treat obesity. The lasers should therefore not be seen as an alternative to a lifestyle of healthy eating and exercise. They are more appropriately known as body contouring lasers, because they shape the body and tighten the skin, and are an alternative to traditional surgical liposuction.
How weight loss lasers work?
Lasers that help weight loss, do so by melting away fat cells. The laser energy breaks up and liquefies the fat within the cells, and the contents are then naturally removed from the body.
How effective are they?
Some patients have achieved dramatic results using these weight loss lasers, but they should not be viewed as a miracle cure. It typically takes 4 to 5 sessions to achieve the best results. However, results will vary depending on a client’s body type and size.
Who is a good candidate?
Body contouring laser treatment is not for everyone. The ideal candidates are people who have already adjusted their diet and increased their amount of daily exercise, but still have localized fat deposits that won’t budge. Lasers can help to eliminate these small areas of unwanted fat, and shape and tone the body.
If you need to trim a few inches off your waistline or hips, contact Sona Med Spa in Little Rock and Memphis to find out more about weight loss lasers. Call 501-228-7662 for Little Rock, or (901) 683-8220 for Memphis, and schedule your appointment. You can also go online to http://www.sonamedspaonline.com/contact-us/.