How does Laser Liposuction work?

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How does Laser Liposuction work?

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Face and Body Laser Lipo Treatment

Losing fat has grown into an effortless routine that more and more individuals consider compared to the traditional method that involved extended dietary meals and tiresome workout schedules.

Modern medicine and technology continue to lower the effort expectation required for reducing fat, and treatments such as Laser Lipo are in the lead for some of the most prominent and non-invasive procedures available for everyone with specific body goals.

Other fat reducing treatments include:

So, in this article, we will give an insight on how Laser Liposuction work, its benefits and price per sessions.

What is Laser Lipo?

Liposuction isn’t a new technique in the industry because traditionally, it requires an invasive process to cut out fat deposits from various areas in the body such as the thighs, neck, and arms. However, this surgical process came with a lot of downtime and commitment during the healing period, and, therefore, a non-invasive method known as laser lipo came up.

Unlike the traditional introduction of instruments into the body cavity, this advanced treatment relies on laser energy to slim away. With minimal effort and downtime, laser lipo is one of the most preferred methods of efficiently doing away with excess lipids within the human body.

Laser Lipo Results (After one Session)

How does it laser liposuction work?

Unlike traditional liposuction, laser liposuction doesn’t aim to remove fat but rather shrink them in the affected areas. During each treatment session, the specialist places pads connected to laser diodes directly onto the skin. The laser energy from these diodes penetrates the dermis down to the fat cells creating tiny holes in their respective membranes.

This forces the fat cells to release their stored up fatty acids, glycerol and water into the body and shrink in size leading to a cut in the inches. The removed fat contents are then removed from the body as waste through the lymphatic system or can even be burned for energy.

Am I an ideal candidate for laser lipo?

As compared to conventional and invasive liposuction, laser lipo tends to have a smaller pool of candidates because it isn’t designed for extensive weight loss. For you to be classified as a suitable candidate, you need to have achieved the following conditions:

  1. Have an average body weight or only above 25 pounds of their ideal weight
  2. Be in good general weight
  3. Must not be pregnant
  4. Must struggle with specific problem areas
  5. Must be of legal age

What are the areas targeted by laser lipo?

Laser lipo can be used on all parts of the body that store fat and the most common treatment areas include:

  • Thighs
  • Neck
  • Arms
  • Abdomen
  • Waistline
  • Under the chin

Recovery from the procedure

Laser liposuction has proven to be a much more tolerable procedure as compared to conventional liposuction. Since there is no use of local anesthesia nor any incisions, the process takes minutes and has almost no side effects. While liposuction would put patients on bed rest for a while, laser lipo patients feel able to continue their daily routine immediately after the procedure, making it a worthy lunchbreak consideration for many potential candidates.

Laser Lipo Treatment

Laser Lipo Treatment

Side effects

While side effects are rare for this procedure, some can be a common occurrence to a few patients, and they include:

  • Bruising
  • Sagging skin
  • Redness of the skin
  • Lumpiness
  • Dimpling skin
  • Numbness

These are just a few invasive side effects that don’t have any severe impact on the health of the treated patient, and while some fade away within 24 hours, others can be treated through follow up sessions.

How long do the results last?

Laser lipo doesn’t destroy fat cells but rather empties them. This means that these cells are capable of storing fat once again. To ensure that the results last as long as you would like, patients must make a few dietary changes because whenever you take in more calories than the body can burn, it weakens the effects of the treatment.


How much does the procedure cost?

The cost of the procedure varies depending on the area receiving treatment. Our Laser lipo is estimated to cost above $400 up to around $1,500. This also depends on the location in which you are receiving treatment.


While laser lipo is a non-invasive procedure, a certified expert needs to carry it out because the results can be different if done incorrectly. Therefore, candidates should search for the ideal specialist to help them shrink fat deposits in various parts of their bodies.

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