Aesthetic Beauty | Lipo-Light Offers Painless, Non-Surgical Body Contouring


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The Ed.

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Oct 19, 2011
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You don't need to be a beauty expert to know that results-based treatments are really all that matters these days. Clients want to look younger, thinner and smoother and Lipo-Light reckon they've got a breakthrough solution to help salons offer just that.

Lipo-Light is a new slimming and toning system which uses LED light therapy to achieve remarkable results and now, it's available in the UK. The Lipo-Light is a non-surgical, painless alternative to lipo-suction and offers targeted sculpting of those notoriously hard-to-change areas of the body: stomach, waist, thighs, buttocks and arms. Those pesky arms...

The Lipo-Light uses eight pads containing LED lights. Six of those pads are placed on the area the client wants to reshape while the other two pads are placed on the lymph-glands. The heat and light from the LED pads stimulate the fat-burning process of lypolysis and trigger the same physiological change.

Now listen up...this is the science bit. The six pads on the problem area work to help release glycerol, fatty acids and water from the fat cells and the pads on the lymph glands stimulate the lymphatic drainage process helping to release matter through natural means.

Of course, it's not THAT easy. It's also recommended that clients complete at least 30 minutes of cardiovascular exercise within 12 hours of the Lipo-Light treatment to help complete the fat burning process. But they do claim that inch-loss results are visible in as little as one treatment.

Funnily enough, the caveat at the end suggests that for sustained results the treatment needs to be combined with an exercise programme and healthy eating. In the end, it doesn't matter what weight loss treatment you choose it still comes down to the same thing: do more, eat less.

Turns out there's no quick fix!

Until then...geek on!

The Ed.



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Ive just googled this and it says it uses a canular inserted into the skin, not lasers attached to the skin. Do you have a name of the company your reviewing.

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