Lipo Melt process explained

What is LipoMelt?

LipoMelt is a body contouring and weight loss procedure that consists of non-invasive, gentle red-light therapy with no side effects or downtime. Lipomelt is an inside-out treatment that uses your body’s natural metabolism to draw the fat out of your tissue. It is safer than traditional liposuction as it requires no skin penetration. You can immediately return to your normal routine.

How does Lipo Melt work?

Special red light pads will be wrapped around your body in places with fat deposits you want to lose.

The red lights are of a certain wavelength (635nm and 880nm wavelengths if you are curious) that causes the fat cell membranes of the adipose cells (fat cells) to become permeable, allowing some of the fat within the cell to seep out.

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The red lights are of a certain wavelength (635nm and 880nm wavelengths if you are curious) that causes the fat cell membranes of the adipose cells (fat cells) to become permeable, allowing some of the fat within the cell to seep out.

This shrinks the overall size of the fat cell by a minuscule amount. But since it’s happening to millions (billions?) of cells, the overall effect is astonishing.

This actually mimics “normal” weight loss.

For the most part, the number of fat cells we have remains relatively constant once we are adults.

Gaining or losing weight is a result of increasing or decreasing the fat content within the cells.

Gaining weight means storing more fat per cell rather than increasing the number of fat cells.

This is exactly how LipoMelt works – by shrinking the fat cells.

What happens to the fat?

The fat that “leaks” out of the cell during Lipo Melt is processed by the body like any other fat in the bloodstream.

It is broken down into glycerol and free fatty acids and used as fuel or eliminated from the body.

What to Expect During a LipoMelt Session

Warmth and comfort

No, seriously, that’s it.

No pain, no anesthesia needed. Just sit or lay down, get wrapped up with light-emitting pads, and relax.

Try to stay awake.

Bit of light exercise at the end to circulate and process the fat that has been released from the cells.

What areas of the body can be treated with Lipo Melt?

Any area of the body that has excess fat that the patient wants to reduce can be treated.

Common locations are the abdomen, thighs, upper arms, and buttocks.

If there are fat deposits, it’s a valid candidate for LipoMelt.

How soon will I see the results?

Many see a slimmer appearance after the very first visit. Some customers report as much as a 3-inch loss when the midsection is targeted.

Of course, your results will vary, and you should be a point of discussion early on.

How long will LipoMelt results last?

They’ll last until the fat cells are filled up with fat again, so that is up to you.

We recommend caloric reduction, a good diet, and good exercise to ensure the results last.

Otherwise, quite frankly, you are wasting your time and money.

What are the side effects and risks?

There are no risks or side effects with Lipo Melt. It is entirely safe.

Do I need to follow a special diet?

There is no special diet you need to follow to realize the benefits of Lipo Melt. However, we would be remiss if we didn’t urge you to reduce your caloric intake and follow a good diet.

As with any body-contouring efforts, the time and money you put into it can be undone by improper diet and exercise.

You cannot out LipoMelt a bad diet.

The bad diet (and bad exercise regimen) will win every time.

It is important to drink a lot of water before and after the treatment to help the fat and toxins being flushed from your system.

You should avoid alcohol while going through Lipo Melt treatments as the liver will be working to process the fatty acids and toxins the Lipo Melt releases. Adding alcohol into your system will require your liver to work harder as it must also process that alcohol.

Do I have to exercise?

For optimal results, each session should be followed by a 10-minute exercise session that will help burn off the released fat.

That’s a standard part of the Lipo Melt procedure, but to answer your question…yes, you have to exercise. You should be exercising with or without Lipo Melt!

Will LipoMelt help with cellulite and loose skin?

The LipoMelt process’s light therapy stimulates collagen production, which does help with loose skin. Many customers do report less cellulite as well.

With regards to cellulite, it’s important to note that there are several causes.

Extra fat is one of the causes, and if this is causing your cellulite, then yes, LipoMelt can help reduce your cellulite.

LipoMelt can reduce Cellulite

In some cases, you can see that shrinking the size of the fat cells (as LipoMelt does) can reduce cellulite.

But cellulite can also be caused by factors such as hardening of your connective tissues, lack of proper blood flow through cellulite-prone areas, excessive water retention, slowing down of your body’s ability to remove waste, and a couple of other factors.

None of these causes will be noticeably improved by Lipo Melt, so in these cases (and others), Lipo Melt won’t necessarily help with your cellulite.

How Does LipoMelt Therapy Compare To Other Body-Sculpting Treatments?

The primary difference with Lipo Melt is that it is entirely non-invasive, whereas most other body-sculpting treatments are invasive.

Lipo Melt patients can resume their normal daily activities immediately, whereas patients for most other procedures must work through a recovery process first.

Does LipoMelt Hurt?

Lipo Melt does not hurt. In fact, customers are in for a 20-30 minute relaxing session of gentle heat, often followed by a bit of time on a vibrating bed to help the released fat get into the bloodstream.

There is nothing painful about Lipo Melt, and you can go on about your normal routine immediately.

How much does LipoMelt cost?

When compared to invasive plastic surgery procedures, Lipo Melt is quite affordable on a per session basis. Combined with the fact that you see immediate results after your first visit, the cost is attractive.

The results from multiple sessions are cumulative, so the more you have, the more weight and inches you stand to lose.  Most patients end up doing 10-12 sessions to see the results they are after. Of course, this depends on the individual customer’s goals.

You’ll see different prices everywhere but one specific website offers the below:

Individual Session & Packages

  • 1 Individual Session – $175
  • 30-day Pass – $999

Save even more with cost-saving packages!

  • 6 Session Package – $900 ($150/session)
  • 12 Session Package – $1,500 ($125/session)
  • 20 Session Package – $2,000 ($100/session)

LipoMelt – summary

If you’d like to lose some weight and inches without extreme exercise or strenuous dieting, LipoMelt is worth a look.

If you are looking for a non-invasive body contouring procedure that is safe, effective, and affordable, LipoMelt is worth a look.

If you need to lose a quick pound or two, or quick inch or two (wedding, class reunion, etc.), LipoMelt is worth a look.

We recommend doing your research, of course, and giving it strong consideration.

…and as always, enjoy your new body!

Sources:

https://geauxhealthywellness.com

https://losingitweightloss.com/introducing-lipomelt

https://www.austinsculptandtone.com/how-lipo-melt-works

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