A study was conducted on 15 patients (12 women, 3 men) during a course of eight Laser Lipo treatment sessions over four weeks. Patients all had a history of "resistant" areas that previously demonstrated little improvement with regular exercise and diet alone. Seven subjects had treatments on the thigh, eight subjects had abdominal treatments. After 9 Laser Lipo treatments, a histological and biological analysis was performed. Using light microscopy and assaying glycerol collagen synthesis levels, untreated human skin explants were compared to Laser Lipo treated tissue.
CLINICAL PROVEN AND RESULT
Histological Evaluation of Skin Biopsies, 40x Magnification. Reduction in hypodermis thickness after single Laser Lipo treatment session.
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Laser Lipo is the latest in laser lipolysis, offering you a way to achieve inch loss and body contouring with no pain, no needles and no down time.
HOW IT WORKS
Laser Lipo emits low levels of laser energy, which creates a chemical signal in the fat cells, breaking down the stored triglycerides into free fatty acids and glycerol and release them through channels in the cell membranes. The fatty acids and glycerol are then transported around the body to the tissues that will use them during metabolism to create energy. Te process of fatty acid release is a natural response of the body when the body needs to use stored energy reserves, thus Laser Lipo is not creating any unnatural reaction in the body nor does it affect or damage any surrounding structure such as skin, blood vessels and peripheral nerves. A period of exercise post treatment will ensure the complete metabolism and thus elimination for the body of the freed fatty acids.