Affordable Lipo Sacramento is helmed by naturopathic physician and chiropractor Barry Wachs, who has been practicing holistic and alternative treatments for 45 years and whose detoxing services have been profiled in Style magazine. Within The Sunrise Holistic Collective’s hygienic facilities, Wachs wields the noninvasive lipo-laser machine to target areas of fat. The device's low-level, non-thermal laser light is designed to break down the fat cells’ walls, causing them to release their fatty fluids and liquefied joie de vivre for later ousting by the lymphatic system.
The aestheticians at Enigma Spa beautify skin with any mechanical, natural, or chemical means available. Electrodes vanquish acne-causing bacteria, and galvanic ions, serums, and nutrients work together to firm and tone skin during facials. The crew coats entire bodies with natural ingredients, such as seaweed, honey, white sugar, and brewer’s yeast to slough off dead-skin cells and replenish moisture lost crying during rock ballads about a kitten factory closing down. In treatment rooms, eyelids hover relaxed at half-mast as massage therapists put training in Swedish or Russian deep-tissue massage to use.
The laser technicians at Central Valley Laser Center help slenderize patients with the Lipo-Light laser. During the headlining treatment, patients don light- and heat-emitting pads on problem areas. The laser prompts the fat cells to release their contents for later removal through the lymphatic system—a process that can be expedited through light exercise or speed walking away from the center’s pet grizzly bear. In addition to contouring physiques, the treatment can help diminish the appearance of cellulite.
Foot Solutions conducts in-depth personal evaluations to help the podiatrically-pained find the right footgear to sedate their barking dogs. Through a comprehensive exam that employs an advanced digital foot-mapping technique, staffers can determine the causes of foot pain and then use the results to produce custom orthotic insoles for relief. Insert-phobic feet can skip orthotics and find a cozy new home in a pair of Finn Comforts ($195–$385) or one of 2,700 different styles by Gabor ($140–$355), finally ditching the bewildered old woman with whom they'd been previously forced to live.