Shed Inches in Minutes

Shed Inches in Minutes

By W. A. Muller

Body Contouring by The Lila® Strawberry Laser, a non-surgical and pain-free treatment that can shed inches off the body using low-level (cold) laser technology to melt fat within the fat cells, has been available in London UK for more than a decade, but is relatively new to the U.S.

MedSpa44, a new medical spa that provides a wide variety of state-of-the-art laser and skin rejuvenation treatments, is currently the only facility in New York City to offer the Lila Strawberry Laser, which is approved by the FDA for use on the abdomen. In addition to being non-invasive, painless and fast, the Lila Strawberry Laser represents a true innovation, because it does not destroy cells. The process shrinks cells causing inch loss in a more natural, non-invasive approach.

According to MedSpa44, some clients who have undergone Lila Strawberry Laser treatments have experienced significant change in short period of time. Each treatment takes a minimum of 10 minutes and no more than 30 minutes. MedSpa44 offers a free consultation and estimate, as well as packages for six to 10 treatments, which are the recommended courses of treatment for best results.

So how does Lila's Strawberry Laser Work?

When the low-level or cold laser melts the fat within the cell, the fat is released through pores in the cell and is then processed naturally through the lymphatic system, similar to exercise. When a person exercises, triglycerides are released from the fat cells. The more exercise, the smaller the fat cells (adipocytes) become. Lila Body Contouring works in much the same way by pulling the triglycerides from the fat cells. This results in millions of fat cells becoming smaller so inches are reduced. The fat cells are not injured in any way by this process but are merely shrunk in size.

It is highly recommended that physical exercise follow treatment to ensure the disposal of the fat efficiently and to prevent re-absorption. Proper nutrition and exercise will enhance results and help prolong them in the longer term. •

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