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Frequently Asked Questions

HOW IS FAT REMOVED? Solid fat will be converted into a liquid substance that is easy to remove through the lymphatic and urinary systems. Some of the melted fat will be used for energy, and the rest will be excreted through the urine. This is why drinking water is essential (at least 2 liters a day before and after service). If you do not drink adequate water before and after each treatment, it will be harder for your system to remove the fat. You may notice an increase in urination after each session. 

 

ARE TREATMENTS PAINFUL? No, most customers consider the procedure painless and comfortable. During the treatment, you will feel soothing heat in the targeted area or pressure. A little “blushing” or reddening may occasionally appear, but it does not cause pain. The heat generated is perfectly tolerable. There may be a slight discomfort due to the specific low-frequency ultrasound noise experienced, but it poses no harm and disappears as soon as you are not in contact with the transducer. 

 

ARE TREATMENTS SAFE? Yes. It’s a non-surgical procedure, without anesthesia, non-invasive, and allows you to carry on with your social life before and after the sessions with no downtime. FDA Approved.

 

WHEN WILL I SEE RESULTS AND ARE THEY PERMANENT? Most clients experience a reduction in circumference after the first session. However, clients should allow 48 hours for the body to flush melted fatty tissues through the lymphatic system for full results. Results will increase after each progressing visit, but especially after the third treatment and onward. The results may vary from person to person with different tissue structures. Results are permanent with routine healthy upkeep. 

 

WHO CANNOT BE TREATED? Persons with active heart disease or vascular disease, pacemakers, thrombosis, patients requiring medical transplants, pregnancy, persons with metal prostheses in the treatment area, epilepsy, gastric bypass, or for those who are taking lipid-lowering drugs or anticoagulant drugs. 

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