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Body Contouring, Cellulite Reduction and Stretch Marks


What is Body Countouring?

Body Contouring  is a breakthrough RF (radio frequency) technology that delivers deep heating of subcutaneous tissue. It is FDA Approved.  Proven to kill fat cells permanently, reduce Cellulite and prove the look of stretch marks.

Can Body Contouring  be done on any skin type?

Yes, RF is safe on all skin types.

How long does a treatment take?

Depending on the area being treated the treatments can take between 30 to 90 minutes.

How many treatments will there be?

Your practitioner will discuss with you the number of treatments based upon the area(s) you wish to have treated and your desired results. Typically a patient will receive 5-10 treatments. Each treatment will be 1-2 weeks apart.

What do I need to do before a treatment?

There is no special preparations needed before a treatment. Remove any jewelry or body piercing and remove makeup, lotions and excessive hair in the area prior to treatment. or less. 

What does it feel like?

Body Contouring is designed to be a comfortable procedure.  Due to its unique design, the heating of the area will be tolerable. Your practitioner can adjust the temperature depending upon your comfort level. Typically no pain medication, topical anesthetics, gels or active cooling will be needed.

Can I return to normal activities after my treatment?

Yes, the procedure is non-invasive, so typically you can return to normal activities immediately.  Water loss is experienced thought RF so we recommend afterwards to keep hydrated with lots of water.

Is Body Contouring  safe? Is it Painful? Are there side effects?

Body Contouring is designed to provide a safe and comfortable procedure. Typically, there is no down time after the treatment though patients may experience mild discomfort. Side effects can include redness, sweating, and tenderness in the treated areas. Usually this resolves within a few hours but may last several days.. Your practitioner will speak to you more about what to expect during and after treatment when you meet for your consultation.