SKIN’s Fat Reduction Program
We all have certain areas of our body we would like to change. Diet and exercise don’t always work to target specific areas of unwanted fat. SKIN MediSpa offers the latest technology available in non surgical fat reduction. Treatments help to tighten skin, increase the metabolism of stored energy, increase lymphatic drainage and reduce or shrink the size of the actual fat cells and fat chambers. Patients typically respond to this program with a measurable and circumferential reduction in the areas of unwanted fat. The most common areas to be treated are the outer thighs, inner thighs, hips, abdomen, buttocks, bra line, calves, upper arms and neck. A SKIN specialist will review previous and current skin care, perform a detailed skin analysis, and discuss general health history before recommending a customized treatment program. Your recommended treatment path to achieve targeted fat reduction will include one or more of the following clinically proven options:
SKIN’s Coolsculpt treatment offers the latest generation in CoolSculpt technology. This procedure is FDA-cleared for permanent fat destruction and contours the body by safely and effectively freezing away unwanted fat without the downtime.
SKIN’s Circumferential Reduction treatment incorporates highly effective technology that combines Bi-polar Radiofrequency (RF), Infrared Light Energy, plus Vacuum and Mechanical Massage to deploy targeted heat to adipose tissue. The combination of these energies increases the metabolism of stored energy, increases lymphatic drainage and reduces or shrinks the size of the actual fat cells and fat chambers. Patients participating in SKIN’s Fat Reduction Program can expect a number of benefits from the program including decrease in body circumference and fat in targeted areas, reduction in the size of fat cells and fat chambers, and increased lymphatic drainage.
As individual programs will vary from client to client, the associated cost will vary as well. However, a quote will be provided during the initial assessment process.