Laser Lipo Treatment is a cold laser light that is directly applied to the skin. The laser light stimulates the fat cells to open up and release their “fat” contents; this is equivalent to stored energy being used during exercise; thus, this is a completely natural stimulation of the body’s natural process of using stored energy. Water, glycerol, and free fatty acids make up the “fat” contents, and as they are released from the cell, the fat cell shrinks. This procedure is safe, requires no surgery, is non-invasive, and has no “down” time after treatment.
About Laser Lipo
- Laser Lipo is a cutting-edge slimming and sculpting technique.
- Without surgery, unwanted fat can be reduced.
- The laser penetrates the skin to the hypodermis, but not the adjacent organs.
- The fat cells are stimulated to release water, glycerol, and free fatty acids by the cold laser.
- After then, the fat cell shrinks.
- The lymphatic system of the body eliminates the contents of fat cells.
- Within 24 hours after treatment or with the use of heat therapy, exercise is essential to assist with the elimination of the liberated fat cell contents from the body.
Why Laser Lipo?
- Cellulite should be reduced in appearance.
- Specific areas can be targeted for fat reduction.
- Any area of the body that is resistant to diet and exercise is targeted. The outcomes may differ.
- The stomach, back (bra bulge), buttocks, chin, neck, love handles, thighs, and upper arms are some of the areas that can be re-sculpted or contoured.
- It is a less expensive treatment than surgical liposuction, ultrasound, or laser techniques.
The treatment is completely safe; there are no adverse effects on the body or damage to body tissue, blood vessels, or neighboring vital organs.
- Treatment is safe for all skin types.
- Normal activity can resume following treatment; there is no “downtime.” Each treatment produces immediate results.
- Every laser will cause you to lose a few centimeters.
For Laser Lipo Treatment, Contact.
Daisy Signature Aesthetics Service, Lagos.
Head Office: 15 Olawale Dawodu Street, off Ajayi Aina Street, Ifako Gbagada, Lagos, Nigeria.
Branch: 1 Nwora Close, off Oghosa crescent, off ihama road, GRA, Benin city Edo, Nigeria.