Heat vs Cold Fat Reduction

Let’s face it, even if you workout consistently, eat healthy and do everything you’re supposed too, you still face the struggle of having problem areas that you just can’t seem to get rid of.

Body-sculpting treatments have the power to “kill” these fat cells without any downtime or invasive procedures. Stubborn areas of fat, typically occur around the thighs, abdomen, hips, and lower back. These can be treated with innovative treatments that are specific for targeting tenacious fat deposits. A healthy diet and a regular exercise regimen cannot change your body’s natural number of fat deposits.

Fat Heating

SculpSure is used to treat targeted areas of stubborn body fat like love handles, saddlebags, and belly fat. SculpSure uses flat applicators that are placed on the treatment area. A laser is used to heat the fat cells in the targeted area that eventually kill the cells. Don’t worry, you won’t feel the heat on your skin because cooling plates are used during the treatment keeping your skin at a comfortable, cool temperature!

Tempsure Envi is a treatment that works by delivering radiofrequency energy to gently heat skin. Increasing the temperature of the skin triggers a natural response for your body to create new and healthy collagen. These new collagen fibers are tight, dense, and neatly organized for a tighter, more youthful appearance. TempSure Envi treatments are safe for most skin types and levels of sun exposure, making this skin revitalization treatment perfect for any time of year.

Fat Freezing

CoolSculpting is a procedure that targets small areas of the body The stubborn fat deposits are frozen. CoolSculpting is an non invasive procedure. This essentially means that there is no use of needles, no breaking of the skin, no anesthetic, or surgery during the procedure. The great thing about this procedure, is that it can be custom-tailored to suit your needs and precisely remove fat to achieve a sculpted look. Although CoolSculpting a non-invasive procedure, a lot of pulling and pinching does occur.

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