What Is i-Lipo and How Does It Work?

BY: GROUPON EDITORS | 4.14.2016 |


Traditional liposuction requires an invasive procedure to remove fat from areas such as the abdomen, thighs, neck, and arms. Noninvasive i-Lipo uses laser energy to penetrate fat cells, causing them to release their stored contents and shrink. Smaller fat cells may translate into slimmer body areas.


How does i-Lipo work?

i-Lipo is a noninvasive laser system that targets fat in areas like the abdomen, love handles, and thighs. A technician places pads equipped with laser diodes directly onto the skin, allowing the laser energy to penetrate the fat cells and temporarily perforate their membranes. This causes the fat cells to release their stored fatty acids, glycerol, and water into the body and then shrink, potentially resulting in lost inches. The body then flushes out the expelled fat-cell contents via the lymphatic system or burns them for energy.

How many treatments do I need to see results?

Though some clients begin to notice results after only a few sessions, most require 6–8 treatments to see maximum results.

How often should I be treated?

Two treatments per week for four weeks are recommended.

What areas can be treated?

All parts of the body that store fat can be treated, including the waistline, thighs, arms, and under the chin.

Is this invasive?

No, this treatment is not invasive.

Is there any downtime?

There is no downtime.

How long do results last?

Because i-Lipo does not destroy fat cells but rather empties them of their contents, the fat cells are capable of storing fat again. A balanced diet is the only way to ensure lasting results. Those who take in more calories than they burn will see their improvement start to decrease over time.

See i-Lipo on The Dr. Oz Show and numerous other media outlets.

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