Are you unsatisfied by the appearance of stubborn fat that won’t respond to diet and exercise? Have you recently decided to get in shape but can’t seem to shed the last few pounds? If you are unsatisfied by the appearance of problem fat, and are looking for an effective solution to tighten and sculpt your body, there is now an advanced treatment available to you. With the innovative technology used in SculpSure body contouring treatments, you can achieve a slimmer and toned silhouette.
SculpSure is an advanced laser treatment that is designed to effectively target and eliminate the appearance of problem fat on a cellular level. This non-invasive procedure is an FDA cleared and customizable treatment for successfully targeting and destroying fat cells. You can achieve the firm shape you desire with this safe and quick remedy.
SculpSure is performed through the use of a specialized laser. During treatment, the applicator is held to the treatment area. The laser technology then works to emit laser energy that penetrates into the deeper layer of skin. The energy then targets the fat cells by heating them, without harming any of the surrounding tissue. When SculpSure raises the temperature of the fat cells, their structural integrity is damaged.
Over the next few months following treatment, the damaged cells are metabolized and flushed from the body. Not only does SculpSure innovative system destroy the fat cells, but it actually works to permanently eliminate them. This is a safe procedure that can effectively eliminate your problem fat for good. You may be able to see results as early as 6 weeks after your treatment, but you should wait at least 12 weeks to see the optimal results.
SculpSure treatments can improve the appearance in a variety of areas on your body including common problem areas. These can include areas of the stomach, arms, back, thighs and neck. Multiple treatments are often suggested in order to achieve optimal results. If you are ready to achieve a slimmer and more contoured appearance, SculpSure could benefit you.
You may have heard about CoolSculpting, another non-surgical treatment that also eliminates fat. Even though there’s a lot of media coverage on CoolSculpting, we still prefer SculpSure. Here’s why:
If you are ready to say goodbye to your stubborn fat, you can achieve a more sculpted appearance with SculpSure treatments. Reach out to us here at Cosmedical Rejuvenation Clinic to learn more. Contact us today and schedule your consultation!
SculpSure can remove fat under the chin, in the arms, mid-section, back and thighs.
Yes, SculpSure can be used on the arms — specifically the upper arms where stubborn fat tends to accumulate.
Yes, it can be used on the thighs. The upper thighs can be reshaped with SculpSure.
Yes, SculpSure is an effective treatment for the double chin. It can achieve dramatic results in removing double chins by eliminate unwanted fat in the area.
SculpSure is not designed to target fat in the calves.
SculpSure is effective in treating double chins but it cannot be used on the actual face.
SculpSure is specifically designed to eliminate unwanted fat, however the laser energy can also tighten the skin to a certain extent.
If you want to get rid of fat located under the skin (subcutaneous fat) under the chin, arms, mid-section, back or thighs, and do not have an existing health condition that would make treatment unsafe for you, SculpSure may be right for you.
Clinical trials and studies show that SculpSure has not been linked to cancer.
SculpSure targets fat right under the skin, above where the organs are located. The treatment targets the superficial layers up to about an inch deep, so organs aren’t damaged in the process.
SculpSure shouldn’t cause diarrhea or digestive issues since the natural process of fat elimination occurs very gradually.
It depends on how much fat removal you’d like and the area. Usually, a few sessions are scheduled for one treatment protocol.
SculpSure is manufactured by Cynosure, a company based in the US.
SculpSure was approved by the FDA in 2015 and by Health Canada in 2016.