In recent years, the demand for achieving a well-defined and contoured body has soared. While traditional surgical procedures have been the go-to option for body sculpting, a new trend has emerged – BodySculp, an innovative non-surgical and safe fat reduction procedure, offers individuals a safe and effective way to achieve their desired physique without the need for invasive surgery such as liposuction or other painful fat reduction procedures.

What is BodySculp?

BodySculp is FDA-cleared as non-surgical and non-invasive laser treatment which targets to remove stubborn fat pockets in problematic areas. BodySculp uses 1060nm diode-laser energy to target only the fat cells without harming the skin or surrounding tissue. The fat cells that are targeted will be too damaged to survive and eliminated naturally through the lymphatic system.

What areas can be treated?

  • Abdomen
  • Flanks
  • Inner Thighs
  • Outer Thighs
  • Back

 How many treatments to be needed?

There is a minimum of 3 treatments that are required and should be around 4 to 6 weeks apart.

When can the patients see result?

The effectiveness of BodySculp varies among individuals. Most patients start seeing results after two to six weeks.

BodySculp, a non-surgical and non-invasive body sculpting, provides a safe and effective alternative to traditional surgical methods, allowing individuals to reshape their bodies without the need for invasive procedures. With the technique of diode-laser energy disrupting the integrity of the fat cells, this innovative procedure is now possible to achieve a well-defined and contoured body with minimal discomfort and downtime.

As with any aesthetic treatment, it is essential to consult with a qualified professional to determine the most suitable approach for your specific goals and needs. Embrace the advancements in non-surgical body sculpting and embark on a journey to transform your body with confidence and convenience. Book your appointment for a complimentary consultation with EugeniaBerchenkoRN or call (310) 855 – 1150.