LipoLite is a proprietary brand by Syneron! It is an FDA approved type of laser liposuction which is designed to treat small areas on the body and face and is recommended by the company for use in problem areas which are too tight to reach safely with other techniques. This technique is sometimes combined with tumescent liposuction or with body-contouring procedures. But how does LipoLite work and what do reviewers have to say about the technology integrated?
How Does LipoLite Work?
LipoLite is a relatively compact machine featuring laser technology that uses a thin hollow tube called a cannula (like other liposuction procedures) and targets at the photo-mechanical and photo-thermal destruction of fatty tissues. The cannula is inserted into your skin through a small incision, and then a laser beam is directed through the cannula into the fatty layer you want to have removed. The laser beam (at 1064 nm) ruptures the fat cells and liquefies the fat, which is then removed through the same incision in your skin by means of suction. The procedure is minimally invasive, and according to the company, you should be able to return to work (most jobs) within two days, while your results will continue to improve over six to weight weeks before you see the final outcome. It can be combined with Velashape which can firm up tissue and remove cellulite after a Lipolite Treatment!
LipoLite’s technology makes it possible for the destruction and removal of fat pockets being accumulated on specific body areas, thus enabling the surgeon performing it reach an outcome that is similar to that of liposuction with more accuracy, less pain and discomfort, and also without causing harm to surrounding tissues, thanks to its minimally invasive nature. In addition, LipoLite achieves proper skin tightening while other advantages of this method include the use of solely local anesthesia and the limited downtime.
Areas To Be Treated
LipoLite focuses on removing the persistent fat from various areas of the body, like stomach, thighs, hips, upper arms, buttocks and chin.
Unfortunately, although LipoLite is deemed as a safe procedure, there is no substantial evidence supporting the absence of side effects. Also, it seems that minimal bruising (find how to relieve bruising here), minor aches and minor discomfort may appear. However, the crucial point is to find a highly reputed surgeon to perform the operation with minimal risk.
LipoLite seems a quite affordable choice and is unquestionably less expensive compared to traditional liposuction procedures. In general, a potential user should expect the expenditure for a LipoLite treatment to range from $1,500 to $8,000, depending of course on the extent of the problem, the clinic that has been selected for the treatment etc.
Unluckily, whilst the principles behind the product are sound, the disadvantage at this point is the lack of reviews. Not only is it hard to find independent reviews of the product, but there are also no reviews on the company’s website, which leaves very little to go off of as far as experience goes. This is why we published an article with testimonials we received in our contact form, regarding LipoLite
Before and After Photos
LipoLite appears like a decent choice for men and women who are in good general health but have stubborn areas of fat on specific areas of their bodies that resist to diet and exercise; these facts as well as the lack of unrealistic expectations from the patient’s side make the ideal candidate for a LipoLite treatment. Also, in your search, make sure you ask the surgeon for patient references; it’s important to have some kind of basis to go off of both for the technique and for the surgeon. In the end, how successful and trouble-free the technique is going to be will depend both on the skill of the surgeon and the efficacy of the technology itself.
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