October 27, 2021 1:37 pm

5 Reasons Why Laser Lipo Works!

If you’ve been researching the various medical procedures available to remove or reduce difficult-to-lose fat from your body, you may have read some of the remarkable claims of laser fat reduction, also known as “laser lipo.” Laser fat reduction is a non-invasive, painless procedure performed in under an hour with no recovery time.

With claims like these, it’s natural to be a little skeptical — particularly when it comes to medical procedures and your health. As with any medical treatment, you should do extensive research and consult your personal physician before committing to laser liposuction. The good news is that it does work, and here are five reasons why it’s become the top choice for people who want to eliminate fat around their hips, back, belly, legs, neck, arms, and anywhere else on the body.

  1. Laser Lipo Targets Specific Areas of Body Fat

Unlike diet and cardiovascular exercise, which are great for the overall reduction of fat, laser fat reduction treatments can focus on the parts of the body where stubborn fat deposits accumulates. Fat builds differently on different people. Many people have difficulty losing fat in the hips, while others tend to carry it in the belly or thighs. As you go through weight changes, you may have noticed that certain areas of your body build or lose fat faster than others. Laser fat loss can target those fatty areas that you just don’t seem to be able to get rid of.

  1. Laser Fat Reduction Doesn’t Kill Healthy Fat Cells

Some medical fat reduction methods will claim to remove or kill fat cells completely. While this may sound like a permanent solution to fat gain, it can actually be dangerous. Killing fat cells in targeted areas can actually lead to an increase in fat cells in other parts of your body, including around the organs. With that said, cool sculpting and liposuction can backfire on you and promote visceral fat around your organs. Laser fat reduction doesn’t kill the targeted fat cells. It uses heat to emulsify (melt) the fat and drain it through tiny pores in the cells.

  1. Laser Lipo uses the Body’s Lymphatic System to Expel Fat

You may be wondering how you can eliminate fat without an incision. Where does the melted fat go? As the laser heats the fat in the fat cells, it also creates tiny pores in the cell wall. The fat is released into the body’s lymphatic system, which has the biological function of absorbing fats.

  1. Laser Fat Reduction is Based on Science

The fat in your body can liquefy at temperatures between 30°C to 41°C (86°F to 106° F), which means that the fat in the cells may already be emulsified in your normal state. The lasers help to heat and activate the fat while creating an aperture in the fat cell that it can drain through. Emerald Laser uses a system of 532-nanometer lasers that emit light at the optimal wavelength to promote this process.

Again, because laser liposuction does not kill cells, which can be medically risky, it is a much safer method than others available on the medical market. It should be noted that Emerald Laser is the only lipo laser system that was awarded premarket clearance. It is the preferred method for laser liposuction.

  1. Laser Lipo Doesn’t Rely on Other Factors to Work Effectively

While a healthy diet and combinations of exercise are essential to having a healthy lifestyle, you may not achieve some of your body goals with traditional fitness measures. For example, many laser liposuction clients want to target love handles — the areas on the side of the torso above the waistline. Cardio exercise will not specifically target your hips. An ab routine might give you tone in that area, but it won’t reduce fat pockets. Some people are able to get rid of their love handles with a program of cardiovascular exercise, area-specific resistance training, and a low-carb, reduced-calorie diet. However, this requires a tremendous amount of discipline — a discipline that not all people have — and the results vary.

Laser fat reduction will reduce the size of your fat cells regardless of diet and exercise. That doesn’t mean, however, that you can’t undo the great results with unhealthy habits. Regardless of which fat reduction methods you use, you can undo them with a poor diet and sedentary lifestyle. For best results, follow your laser liposuction treatment with a healthy diet and exercise.

The Benefits of Laser Lipo

There are many features that recommend laser fat reduction, and this article touched on a few at the beginning. Now, we’ll go into more depth.

  • Non-invasive – There are laser methods that require incisions, but the Emerald Laser technique works above the surface of the skin. The lasers are able to perform their operation externally while still reaching the fat cells.
  • Painless – Because there are no cuts or injections, patients feel no pain during the process. The mild increase in temperature required to emulsify the fat is barely detectable.
  • Recovery Time – With laser lipo, there is no downtime other than when you’re undergoing the process. Many clients come in before work, after work, or on their lunch break. When it’s over, they can resume all activities.
  • Immediate Results – With laser lipo, the fat begins to drain from the cells during the process, creating a noticeable decrease in fat pockets in the targeted areas.

If you choose laser liposuction, you’ll start to see fat-reduction results almost immediately. Results will be more visible once any bruising or swelling has gone down. While you’ll see changes to the site within the first week, it could take up to six months to see the full benefits of the procedure.

Emerald by Erchonia for Laser Lipo

Instead of traditional liposuction and other invasive procedures that carry a risk of bleeding, infection, and an adverse reaction to anesthesia, choose laser fat reduction. If you are interested in a revolutionary, effective, and proven method of fat reduction, contact Emerald Laser to arrange a consultation. Emerald is the only company market cleared for overall body circumference reduction by the FDA. Their staff of medical experts is available to answer your questions. Call today.