The LipoZap Lipotherapy procedure, developed by MedAesthetica Medical Group, promises to get rid of unsightly bulges without surgery. The treatment does not involve any diet pills or appetite suppressants, and is designed to complement a healthy weight loss program with a low-calorie diet and regular exercise regimen.
The non-invasive procedure is works to eliminate body fat and promote the loss of inches using a heated massage device. Here’s a close look at how LipoZap Lipotherapy works, and if you may be a good candidate for the procedure:
How LipoZap Lipotherapy Works
LipoZap can be administered on any part of the body and involves the application of a VelaSmooth anti cellulite machine, infrared heat technology and a radio frequency device. Heated massage rollers help to break down the fat cells under the skin, and the heat and RF waves help to further manipulate the tissues to release stored body fat. Some medical spas and physicians also administer the fat-dissolving drug phosphaticylcholine to patients, as this helps to promote fat loss even further.
Key Benefits of LipoZap
Since LipoZap is a non-invasive procedure, it is relatively comfortable and does not involve any downtime. Most patients experience only slight discomfort from after the procedure, and can resume normal activities shortly after their treatment. Some of the key benefits of LipoZap include:
Tool has been approved by the FDA
Most people see results within four sessions
Relatively painless procedure
Can complement a healthy diet and exercise regimen
There are now several versions of LipoZap lipotherapy on the market, and they all work using a similar device and RF technologies. The goal of these treatments is to break down fatty tissue under the skin and stimulate the fat removal process. The heat energy is designed to release stored body fat and can help the patient achieve a more tightened and toned appearance.
Drawbacks of LipoZap
While LipoZap offers several benefits, there are some drawbacks to consider with this procedure. The procedure is not designed for those that need to lose more than 30 pounds, and is not a long-term solution for people with obesity. Some of the drawbacks and disadvantages of this procedure include:
No appetite suppressants to help the patient curb hunger during the treatment
Limited customer testimonials available
Pricing varies by practitioner and location
Not suitable for those with an autoimmune disease
Not suitable for those that are allergic to soy products or benzyl alcohol
Is not backed by scientific studies
LipoZap may not be suitable for those with compromised immune systems, a poor skin tone and patients who have a lot of weight to lose. It’s important to consult with a physician or medical spa professional to determine whether you are a good candidate for the LipoZap procedure.
Learn more about liposuction procedures in our information guide, or consult with a medical spa in your area to find out if you may be a good candidate for LipoZap lipotherapy procedures.