What is 3D-Lipo, how does the non-surgical liposuction work, what does it cost and which celebrities are fans of the treatment?
MANY of us will know what it’s like to try and shift a few stubborn pounds and sometimes hitting the gym and watching what you eat just doesn’t seem to cut it.
But now, some celebs seem to be trying out a non-surgical cosmetic treatment to help them fight the flab – 3D-Lipo.
3D-Lipo is a powerful non-surgical approach to liposuction that claims to be able to reduce body fat by destroying fat cells
But what is 3D-Lipo and how does it work? Here’s what you need to know…
What is 3D-Lipo and how does it work?
3D-Lipo is a powerful non-surgical approach to liposuction that claims to be able to reduce body fat by destroying fat cells.
The 3D treatment involves four different options and methods for destroying fat cells and improving the appearance of problem areas – Cavitation, Cryolipolysis for fat reduction, Radio Frequency for skin tightening and Dermology for cellulite reduction.
Combing the treatments can mean less fat, tighter skin and less cellulite in treated areas.
Steph Davis has been snapped having a consultation for 3D-Lipo
Cryolipolysis is when the fat cells are frozen – the extreme cold aims to destroy fat cells, which can then be “disposed of”by the body naturally in the weeks after the treatment.
Ultrasound Cavitation uses ultrasound to rupture fat cells, turning the cells into liquid can then be carried away as waste.
The cavitation is used to help with inch loss and to target pockets of fat.
Radio Frequency selectively heats skin tissues which can causes collagen fibres to contract produce new collagen – designed to provide tighter looking skin.
3D Dermology and Radio Frequency can then be used to drain away useless fat cells through the lymphatic system by using special vacuum suction and rollers.