What is the Emerald Laser?

Introducing EMERALD – A non-invasive low-level laser that emits 10 520-542 nm green lasers onto the skin to treat hypertrophic adipocytes. The treatment emulsifies the adipose tissue and releases excess fatty materials into the interstitial space. From there, fat cells are passed through the body during its natural course of detoxification through the lymphatic system.

Emerald Laser holds United States Device and Method Patents US 7,947,067 and US 9,149,650

What to Expect

Most clients who undergo the Emerald process focus on their waist, thighs and hips, but it can also be used on other problem areas such as the arms, ankles, chest and back due to its clearance to treat the overall body.

The treatment is straight forward with no known side effects. Your Emerald provider will have you lie on a table for approx. 30 minutes, while 10 lasers are applied to the target areas of fat simultaneously. by undergoing this treatment as few as 8 times you can see dramatic fat loss results.

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Why Clinically Tested Fat Loss Treatments Are Important

There are tons of companies that boast of instant results and guarantees to help you lose weight both quickly and safely. However, you’ll find that many of these claims are not only false but downright dangerous. In fact, most other forms of fat loss treatments harm the fat cells, while Emerald is specifically designed to avoid doing so.

Clinical testing ensures that a fat loss procedure is safe and effective. Erchonia’s® green laser has undergone multiple clinical studies, so clients can have confidence that the treatment works with proven results. Plus, these trials and FDA Market-Clearances confirm that the Emerald procedure is safe.

The Study

Erchonia’s® clinical trial, absent of diet restrictions, exercise requirements, or any other adjunctive components properly illustrated the clinical utility of the (Erchonia® fat loss laser) and set the precedent on how aesthetic devices should be evaluated.

Michael R. Hamblin (Harvard article)

The Results

  • For the subjects that met the study success criteria (>3.0”), the average circumference loss was 6 inches
  • For subjects who received the sham procedure (LEDs), the average circumference loss was 1.8cm
  • Subjects agreed to maintain their regular diet and exercise routine for the duration of the study