Look Your Best with Non-Invasive Body Contouring


Do you have unwanted fat in your waist, hips, thighs? An invasive liposuction isn’t your only option for eliminating excess fat. A cold laser treatment called Zerona®, is a non-invasive body contouring procedure to remove excess fat without the negative side effects of surgical methods.

The cold laser treatment technology releases the cellular contents of fat cells, leaving capillaries and other cells intact. Low-level laser stimulation disrupts the membrane, causing the release of fat cell content, which is then passed through the body during the normal detoxification process.

Zerona is an effective, non-invasive body contouring procedure through which patients of a trial study of the procedure lost an average of 3.64 inches from their waist, hips and thighs.

Surgical body contouring procedures may leave patients with bruising, swelling and tissue damage, whereas Zerona causes little to no discomfort, and no downtime, allowing patients to immediately resume regular activities.

A Zerona cold laser treatment is easy and painless. A treatment session takes less than an hour, with just 40 minutes of laser treatment. During the procedure, the laser is applied to the targeted area for 20 minutes on one side, and 20 minutes on the opposite side. Some Zerona patients even describe the procedure as relaxing, as the treatment takes place in a comfortable, relaxed environment. Suggested treatment period is three treatments per week for two weeks.

There is no shortage of treatments claiming to “melt away fat,” reducing inches in the waist hips and thighs. Zerona non-invasive body contouring does just that, literally melting the fat cells and releasing fat content into the extracellular space, where it is made readily available for use by the body for fuel and energy.

Whatever fat is not consumed for energy, the body is then able to flush it out through the detoxification process.

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Zerona is approved by the FDA for the safe and effective circumferential reduction of the hips, waist and thighs.

Source: www.myzerona.com

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