Fat Melting

fat meltingExcessive fat is one of the major causes of stress amongst people. The internet is flooded with hundreds of diet plans and exercise regimens that promise to reduce immense weight in a short time but not everyone is disciplined enough to follow them religiously. Moreover- the more fat a person is the more difficult it is for him or her to maintain a strict diet and exert energy. So what then, can a person do? The answer is fat melting with the help of laser technology!

Fat melting is a painless treatment for cellulite and fat removal. Its main function is to use radio frequency to tighten the skin and lend shapely contours to the body. This treatment is nonablative- meaning that it does not remove the top layers of the skin.  It can be used on all skin types and for any age. Radio frequency for fat melting is increasingly on the rise due to its non-complicated, quick and hassle-free nature. It has been featured in the media on shows such as The View, Dr. Oz, and The Today show in which they showed a celebrity who had lost 2 inches from her stomach.

This procedure is FDA approved and completely safe. Using radio frequency, the laser penetrates into multiple level of the skin and produces heat to shrink fat cell size. This tightens the skin, removes cellulite and causes a visible reduction in the fatty areas. It is a common misconception that the procedure would be painful however, the reality is that it is actually very comforting like a relaxing massage.

The heat seeps out the cholesterol and triglycerides that are responsible for fat cell build up that metabolizes and leaves the body when the patient urinates. This procedure is amongst the top favorites of many celebrities as well as ordinary people as of late- Not only can it take inches off your waist but it can also reduce fat, stretch marks, cellulite and excess skin, dark spots, chin fat and eliminate “muffin tops” or “love handles.”

You can lose up to 12 inches just after the first session however, multiple sessions are required to maintain and sustain the lost weight. It is important to maintain a healthy diet with physical activity to keep the results prolonged.