The LipoLaser: How Does it Work?

With no pain, no needles, no downtime and no invasive procedures, the LipoLaser may appear as if it is some sort of magic wand. How can something that does not interfere with your daily life yield results? The LipoLaser is the latest treatment when it comes to losing inches and countouring your body with affordable costs and similar results to that of invasive treatments.

The LipoLaser works by omitting low levels of laser energy. This laser energy creates a chemical signal in your body’s fat cells, which breaks down the stored triglycerides into free fatty acid and glycerol. These free fatty acids and glycerol are then released through channels in the cell membranes. Then, the fatty acids and glycerol are transported around your body – more specifically tissues that will use them during metabolism to create energy. This process of releasing fatty acids is a natural response of your body. Your body will use stored energy throughout the day when you are in need of energy.

The laser does not create any unnatural reactions in your body. This laser is also safe on your skin, blood vessels and nerves.

Not a science person? Not a problem. The LipoLaser stimulates the chemical pathways in your body to help free up energy sources. This laser does not damage your body, while allowing you to burn excessive fat. Because the LipoLaser is safe, treatment can be performed on most skin types and a majority of body areas.

To help ensure the LipoLaser frees up fatty acids, a period of exercise is used post-treatment. Another option is the whole body vibration platform, which stimulates your muscles to use fat as an energy source. This platform also stimulates drainage of the lymphatic system.

The LipoLaser allows you to have the body you want without the pain and inconvenience of more traditional weight loss procedures.

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