Liposuction is dead: long live lipo
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3D-Lipo is revolutionising the cosmetic industry. An affordable, non-intrusive alternative to liposuction.
It’s hard to look good these days. Most of us are trying to meet society’s expectations which can mean competing with Photoshop, magazine photo editors and carefully orchestrated Instagram images. For every yoga pants-clad kale smoothie-drinking Instagram star racking up the likes, there are a thousand ordinary people. But today it’s easier to surpass ordinary than ever before, with a new process that’s taking the world by storm.
Liposuction, available in clinics all over the country, is a way to reduce fat and tighten skin. But the process is outdated. It is invasive and expensive and requires downtime to recover from the procedure. Maybe it gets the results people are looking for, but it requires complete attention and a dedication of time and money. But what people are also beginning to pay attention to is 3D-lipo.
Unlike traditional liposuction, 3D-lipo is a combination of procedures that utilises ultrasound to remove fat, reduce the appearance of cellulite and tighten skin. As part of the process fat cells are broken down by high intensity ultrasonic waves. A full course does take between six and ten sessions to complete, making it a longer process than liposuction, but immediate results can be seen depending on the treatment type.
The procedure is less expensive, non-invasive, non-surgical, and with zero downtime the post-procedure investment is absolutely minimal. Perhaps the oddest thing is that the procedure was invented about eight years ago and is only just now rising in popularity. Maybe people have been suspicious of the lack of surgery. Maybe people didn’t realise ultrasound had that capability. Whatever the reason, most people are quickly turning to 3D-lipo as their go-to process for fat reduction and skin tightening.
The 3D-Lipomed V2 machine used to deliver the treatments is probably one of the most advanced machines of its kind. Targeting fat on the face, legs, arms and the body, managing director Roy Cowley describes it as a “culmination of 20 years’ worth of personal experience developing results driven devices for the beauty and aesthetics industry.”
3D-Lipomed machines are now available across the world in over 200 cosmetic medicine clinics, as an almost flawless alternative to liposuction. One of these clinics is Crown Wellbeing Clinic in Yorkshire, which uses the latest 3D-Lipomed V2 medical-grade device and offers 3D-Lipo’s new 3D-HIFU treatment. While the clinic offers a huge range of services including cavitations, radio frequency and ESWT shockwave therapy in the way of body-contouring solutions, it is the complete 3D-Lipo package that has really got people talking.
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“3D-Lipo is one of the most technologically advanced and sought-after treatments around,” explains Stephanie of Crown Wellbeing Clinic. She explains that the intense ultrasound waves expose the fat cells deep in the tissue to high temperatures, destroying them. But the intensity at the surface is too low to make any impact, so it is a totally harmless and unobtrusive process that results in rapid fat removal.
When fat removal, cellulite reduction and skin tightening are among the order of the day, 3D-lipo is an industry-changing alternative to liposuction. Beat the Photoshop artists with the real thing in a clinic like Crown Wellbeing Clinic.
Crown Wellbeing Clinic is based in Yorkshire and offers 3D-lipo services to all patients. Visit crownwellbeingclinic.co.uk or call 07961 621634 for more details.