Freezing fatty tissue under the skin, FDA-approved CoolSculpting is the oldest non-invasive fat removal treatment on the market (since 2010) with a long history of proven results.
With the downside of the longest treatment time (around an hour), patients enjoy no downtime, needles or anesthesia.
While results appear after one treatment, many spa’s recommend at least two treatments for best results.
Kybella is an injectable used to target the tricky double chin.
Kyeblla is a synthetic form of Deoxycholic Acid, a bile naturally produced in our skin to absorb fat. This injectable destroys fat cells under the chin, minimizing the area’s current and future ability to store fat.
Patients can return for six treatments, spaced every month or more, for the best results.
Emsculpt treatments send electromagnetic pulses throughout the muscles to synthesize intense workouts.
Inducing rapid muscle contractions, these rays generate fat burning and muscle building.
Results are achieved over a time frame of six 30 minute sessions every few days over 3 weeks. Another 2 rounds of sessions are encouraged about two months later to maximize and maintain the results.
SculpSure targets stubborn fat using heat.
The SculpSure device has four tubelike applicators that can be arranged differently across the skin depending on patient focus area/s (abdomen, thighs, etc).
Once placed, the lasers will target and dissolve fat while leaving surrounding tissue unaffected. Described as a relaxing experience, each treatment takes about 25 minutes with no side effects.
Results appear around 6-12 weeks after treatment, as the body flushes the dead cells. 2-3 sessions may be needed.
For many, laser treatments have replaced chemical treatments to target wrinkles, acne scars, and other skin blemishes.
Similar to a chemical peel (but without the chemicals), lasers remove the outer damaged skin layer to bring a fresh smooth under-layer to the surface.
Lasers also enhance collagen production to produce healthier, fuller skin.
This laser treatment prevents or delays hair growth by permanently damaging hair follicles with targeted heat.
Laser hair removal often takes multiple rounds to be effective.
Make sure your patients are prepped to shave the target area beforehand to avoid burning and better allow the pigment melanin to absorb the laser heat.
Whether it’s removing a botched microblading job or getting rid of tacky tattoos a patient regrets getting at 18, laser tattoo removal works through a series of treatments to target and flush out tattoo ink.
A laser light uses targeted heat to break down the ink in the tattoo into harmless by-products that the immune system can absorb.
Depending on image size and skin tone, tattoos generally need 6-8 sessions for complete removal.