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What is LipoMelt?
LipoMelt is a non-invasive, safe alternative to liposuction. The LipoMelt treatment is 100% non-invasive and does not cause any bruising or scarring. You can see a reduction of inches on their very first session; best results are achieved with multiple sessions in a few weeks’ time period.
How does LipoMelt work?
The unique light emitted from LipoMelt causes the fat cell membranes to temporarily alter the permeability of the cell wall. This brief change allows some of the fat contents to seep out to where it can then be processed by the body.
What areas of the body can be treated?
The LipoMelt treatment can be effectively used on essentially every part of the body where localized fat deposits exist that are resistant to diet and exercise. This includes the waist, hips, upper legs, thighs and upper arms.
Does LipoMelt help with cellulite and loose skin?
While undergoing LipoMelt people have noticed an improvement with cellulite as well as skin tone and texture.
What happens to the fat?
After being released, the fat is broken down into free fatty acids and glycerol, and they enter the blood stream. Once in the blood stream, the fatty acids can be either used as fuel or quickly eliminated by the body.
Do I have to follow a diet?
No changes are required, but you can expect better results if you reduce your caloric intake somewhat and increase your water consumption to 8-10 glasses a day. Meanwhile, reducing alcohol consumption will help the liver. Ask us about doing LipoMelt with our Ideal Protein weight loss method for optimal results!
Do I have to exercise?
Each of your sessions should be followed by at least 10 minutes of exercise to stimulate circulation and help burn the fat that has been released.
How many sessions do I need?
You will see results from your very first session! Best results are seen after a series of sessions and 12-20 are a good fit for most. Your tech will review the options at your initial consult. It’s like getting a tan, you want to continue to build on it frequently at first, then it’s just maintenance.