fat reduction treatments
BTL Vanquish me
What is BTL Vanquish me?
Vanquish is the first fat removal treatment that is non-invasive, non-contact, and has no pain or downtime. It is FDA-approved for deep tissue heating and uses high frequency radiofrequency to warm the fat layer beneath your skin, creating heat that damages and kills off unwanted fat cells in the area
Which areas can be treated?
Abdominal (45 minutes)
Back (45 minutes)
Arms (30 minutes each)
Thighs (30 minutes each)
Calves (30 minutes each)
How many Vanquish ME treatments will I need? We recommend 4 sessions over the course of several weeks. Treatments are scheduled about a week/2 apart and patients have reported results as soon as within 2 weeks
How much weight can I loose with vanquish me?
On average, this treatment can reduce as much as 29% to 59% of unwanted fat in any given treatment area.
Are the results permanent?
Post-treatment fat loss using Vanquish ME is permanent. The treatment causes apoptosis–the death of the fat cells–and permanently eliminates them.
Why is Vanquish me better than fat freezing?
Area of treatment
Vanquish ME covers a large area for circumferential fat loss.
Long term results
Vanquish ME has been shown to have long-lasting results, even up to 4 years after treatment.
Skin tightening benefits
The radio frequency waves of Vanquish ME also stimulate collagen regeneration and skin tightening at the same time.
As fat freezing covers a small area at a time, lumpiness and demarcations between the treated and untreated areas can happen. This does not occur with Vanquish ME due to the large treatment field which ensures even treatment.
fat dissolving injectionsWe all have areas of stubborn fat that we struggle to get rid of. For some of us, no matter how much we diet or exercise, we simply can’t get rid of certain pockets of fat. For many people, fat deposits are actually genetic too – meaning you will always have those pockets of fat – unless you remove them with a procedure like this. If those fatty deposits knock your confidence on a daily basis, and you find yourself feeling self-conscious because of them, maybe it’s time for a change? Why not take a step toward the body you want and the shape you want, and opt for Injection Lipolysis or fat dissolving injections can help you contour your body, and fill you with much-needed body confidence.
What is lipolysis?
It is a revolutionary product that helps to dissolve local fat. It may remove unflattering and stubborn areas of fat without the need for liposuction or surgery. Injection lipolysis works by hydrolysing the wall of the fat cells and therefore making it release its lipid content within. This then breaks down the fat cells and lets them be removed from the body via natural processes. Injection Lipolysis is a flexible fat dissolving injection treatment as it can be used almost anywhere in the body and is particularly popular in reducing the fatty deposits such as upper arms, double chins and muffin tops.
Popular areas for Injection Lipolysis:
- Double chin
- Upper arms
- Buffalo humps
- Chest fat (in men)
- Lower abdomen
- Muffin top Hips
- Pre jowl sulcus
- Inner thighs
Does It Hurt?
Your practitioner will numb the area locally for you prior to making any injections, so you’ll feel very little pain or discomfort. As with any needle procedure or injection, there is a risk of redness, bruising or swelling afterwards – but this is completely normal with Injection Lipolysis. If at any point you’re in pain or feel unsure about any after-effects, it’s important to speak to you practitioner.
Will I need to take time off work?
Most people don’t need time off work for this treatment and some patients even choose to go straight back to work afterwards. You may want to take a day off for convenience, but if you have your treatment on a weekend, you’ll need no time off for recovery.
How many treatments do you need?
This depends from patient to patient – but most people will need at least 4 treatments to see the results they’re after. Fat dissolving injection treatments are recommended between 4-6 weeks apart, which is usually how long any swelling can potentially last.
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