It’s healthy to kick out excess fat cells, just like it’s healthy to kick out adult children who have asked for your blessing to marry the couch. Shed dead weight with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $199 for two Lapex BCS LipoLaser treatments and a five-day Real Food nutrition plan (a $498 value)
- $349 for four Lapex BCS LipoLaser treatments and a five-day Real Food nutrition plan (a $996 value)
During 40-minute LipoLaser sessions, a laser technician places laser paddles on problem areas, such as abs, thighs, or love handles. The laser light makes its way down to fat cells, disrupting their membranes and causing them to shrink and release their contents into the body. The body then flushes away the fat cells' waste and burns it for energy. For maximum results, customers should use all the treatments on one body area, and no more than three treatments can be performed per week. To jumpstart the kinds of lifestyle changes that lead to long-term slimming, staff begin the Real Food nutrition program with a detailed consultation that will guide them in mapping meal plans. Supplemental snacks and a group meeting provide extra support. The entire treatment course starts on Sunday and concludes on Friday with a final weigh-in appointment to assess the results and plan for the future.
Ideal Wellness and Weight Loss
Ideal Wellness and Weight Loss is well aware of the seemingly impossible nature of substantial weight loss, which is why they have curated a selection of long-term regimens and suggestions to aid and motivate patients on their paths toward slimness. Treatments such as noninvasive LipoLasers, which are administered by this clinic's resident laser technicians, offer immediate results by shrinking oversize fat cells. Ideal Wellness and Weight Loss' coups de grâce against flab, however, are their supervised weight-loss programs, which use the results of a thorough patient health profile to create nutritious meal plans composed of high-protein foods that reduce bodily repositories of fat and boost energy levels to those of a toddler who just robbed a candy store.