Like a persistent suitor, unwanted fat is annoying, stubborn, and most easily eliminated with lasers. Eliminate intolerable inches with today's Groupon: for $99, you get two non-surgical lipo laser treatments at AmeriLaser Center, with locations in Chicago, Des Plaines, and Downers Grove (an $800 value). Choose from nine treatment areas: abs, butt, inner thighs, outer thighs, knees, love handles, lower legs, neck, upper arms, and waist. Both treatments must be done on the same area, customers redeeming a second Groupon may not apply treatments to the same area.
During I Lipo laser treatments, the skilled fat-fighters at AmeriLaser Center tap into the power of amplified light to eliminate excess flab. Wielding an FDA-approved beauty machine, aestheticians train lasers on subcutaneous fat cells, releasing fatty acids that the body can metabolize for energy or release into the atmosphere to create chubby rain. The focused beam leaves surrounding tissue intact, eliminating discomfort and recovery time. Clients can lose between 0.5 and 1 inch with each procedure, though results vary. A series of up to eight treatments is recommended for best effect, warding off excess poundage with an unambiguous No Vacancy sign.
At each AmeriLaser Center and AmeriCosmetic Surgery Center in Des Plaines and Downers Grove, experienced laser technicians and aestheticians, under a team of supervising doctors, take time to listen to each client’s skincare needs. Building this rapport helps the staffers to craft custom treatment plans that may include non-invasive procedures like laser hair removal, chemical peels, microdermabrasion, and dermal fillers, as well as invasive procedures like liposuction, breast augmentation, face lifts and tummy tucks. Their most celebrated treatment may be non-invasive skin tightening, which uses bipolar radio frequencies and magnetic pulses to help to firm lax skin caused by aging or extreme weight loss, and it has earned ringing endorsements from The Biggest Loser winner Michael Ventrella, WWE pro wrestler Lisa Marie Varon, and a cherry tomato that sat untouched in Elvis Presley’s fridge for years.