Have you heard about it yet? It’s kind of like liposuction, but it involves only local anesthesia, a tiny incision, and little down time or recovery. It’s FDA-approved. It’s a laser body sculpting procedure that liquefies and destroys fat cells. It can even tighten your skin. Well, if you hadn’t heard about it, I bet you want to now! So where would you like to effectively remove fat from your body?
SmartLipo — for your neck, arms, stomach, sides, back and thighs
One of the safest and most effective treatments for removing small areas of unwanted fat, SmartLipo works with a powerful, multiple wavelength laser to liquefy fat deposits right through your skin.
Zapping your fat – exactly what it deserves
After the SmartLipo laser does its work, the oily liquid substance that used to be your fat cells is removed through a tiny incision in your skin. The laser also seals the blood vessels, resulting in less bleeding and bruising. Additionally, the laser stimulates your tissue to produce collagen, which can result in tighter skin.
More from SmartLipo – the good news just keeps coming
While the procedure isn’t a weight loss method, it does remove stubborn fat deposits from most areas of the body. And in addition to being used to reduce fat on your upper and lower abdomen, back, sides, thighs and knees, it’s also ideal for treating small areas of loose skin and fat deposits on your face, neck, arms and breasts.
Here are more of the unique benefits of SmartLipo:
- Treats areas of fat that don’t respond to diet and exercise
- Permanently destroys the treated fat cells
- Usually requires only one treatment
- Results are noticeable immediately
- Improvement continues over several months
- Recovery time is virtually painless
- Can improve the appearance of cellulite
If this is sounding better and better to you – time to make the call
If you’ve avoided traditional liposuction because the procedure is more of a commitment than you want or need to make, SmartLipo may provide just the right solution. Make a consultation appointment to learn more: (415) 788-3800.