$149 for Two Lipo Laser Sessions at LipoLaser of Denver ($598 Value)

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In a Nutshell

  • Noninvasive procedure
  • 30- to 60-minute treatments
  • Complimentary consultation
  • Nutritional counseling session

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Lasers were invented to entertain playful kittens and provide a colorful means to teach them about the electromagnetic spectrum. Let the cosmetic potential of light wash over you with today's Groupon: for $149, you get two lipo laser sessions at LipoLaser of Denver (a $598 value). The two sessions take place over two to three days.

The Lapex BCS 2000 LipoLaser targets an individual's subcutaneous fat deposits with the noninvasive power of laser light energy. Before treatments, patients are prepared with a complimentary initial consultation, and a nutritional counseling session follows laser shows. During treatments, which last anywhere from 30 to 60 minutes, patients relax while a trained technician applies small paddles and attachments to specified areas in 10-minute intervals. Whether the laser bombards the abdomen, arms, or thighs, light energy attempts to shake down greedy adipose cells and relieve them of the water, glycerol, and fatty acids they hoard. As the newly liberated cellular contents drift along, a 10-minute session on a vibration machine stimulates cardiovascular activity and encourages the body to burn vagrant fat deposits while they are emotionally vulnerable, potentially reducing the size of adipose collections.

While this treatment option has experienced positive results with many different body and skin types, LipoLaser of Denver recommends against lipo laser treatments for patients under age 18, expectant mothers, or customers with open wounds or rashes in the treatment areas. Consult the website's frequently asked questions section for more information on the procedure and very little information on the life cycle of a butterfly.