Lipo-Laser

+ Electroporation

Fat & Cellulite Reduction

$200      |      90 Min.

50% Off      x     8 Sessions             $800

Reg. Price: $1600

Payment Plan

 2 Payments

1st. Session Pay 60%         --->   $480

4th. Session Pay 40%      --->    $320

The Lipo-Laser emits low levels of laser energy, which creates a chemical signal in the fat cells, breaking down the stored triglycerides into free fatty acids and glycerol and releases them though channels in the cell membranes.

The fatty acids and glycerol are then transported around the body to the tissues that will use them during metabolism to create energy. This process of fatty acid release is a natural response of the body when the body needs to use stored energy reserves.

Lipo-Laser does not create any unnatural reactions in the body nor does it affect or damage any surrounding structures such as skin, blood vessels and peripheral nerves. Follow up with Electroporation and with a light 30 minutes of walking plus water post treatment will ensure the complete metabolism and thus elimination from the body of the freed fatty acids.

***    IMPORTANT    ***

***  A course of a minimum 8 sessions is recommended for a complete treatment – 2 sessions per week.

***  This treatment is followed by Lipo-Laser, Electroporation and Cryo Wrap. 

Target fat reduction

 

By positioning the laser pads on the target area such as chin, upper arms, abdomen or thighs, fat can be broken down and removed specifically from that area. This is a big advantage over diet and exercise which can reduce overall body fat but not shape individual areas.

        Post Treatment

*  Drink  Water ( 32 oz) after treatment

*  Walk min 30 minutes after treatment

*  Skin care products recommended day/night

  •  Lipo-Laser does not produce abnormal effects in the body or damage body tissue. The treatment can be performed on all skin types and body areas where unwanted fat is stored and you can return to normal activity immediately after treatment.

  • Congestive heart failure

  • History of blood clots or stroke

  • Current infection

  • Liver or kidney problems

  • Pregnancy/Breastfeeding

  • Obesity

  • Any Cancer