Are you considering noninvasive body contouring?
There comes a time in every person’s life when we look at our bodies and question, “Why can’t I get rid of that…?” Whether it’s a few extra inches around your midsection, under your chin, on your upper arms, or padding your derriere, there are spots where the fat never seems to budge. If drastic measures aren’t your thing, and you’re not ready to go under the knife, you may be considering noninvasive options.
Plastic surgeons and clinics around the globe are moving more and more to ways that enhance patients’ images with no surgery and no downtime.
Let’s look briefly at a few of the noninvasive body contouring options surgeons can’t stop talking about.
As we age, we lose elastin and collagen in our skin, resulting in loose, hanging skin. This is often most evident in the jowl and décolletage areas, as well as under the arms (think batwings). Loose skin is often referred to as crepe-y.
Laser skin tightening uses focused heat and is one of the most effective methods for transforming loose skin. That’s because it stimulates production of elastin and collagen, which restores skin plumpness.
Different methods of skin tightening include ultrasound, radiofrequency, and radiofrequency microneedling. All are noninvasive body contouring solutions that are practically painless.
While lifting weights certainly will enhance muscles, there’s a newer, hotter way to get those results you’re after. Instead of hitting the gym, you can go to an Emsculpt clinic for a session.
Electromagnetic energy is targeted to muscles in the abs, arms, glutes, or thighs, simulating hundreds of reps without you having to move an inch yourself. While this procedure is reported to be a bit uncomfortable, it doesn’t have any downtime, so it definitely qualifies as a noninvasive body contouring solution.
With muscle enhancements, you’re not only getting rid of fat; you’re also building the underlying muscle.
First, there was fat freezing. Now, there’s fat melting. While only FDA cleared to target excess fat under the chin, providers are using it to eliminate fat on the abdomen, back, and thighs as well.
SculpSure is the company that creates the WarmSculpting noninvasive body contouring solution, and their claim is similar to CoolSculpting in that the process is quick, painless, and requires no downtime.
The original noninvasive body contouring approach, CoolSculpting received FDA clearance to treat love handles in 2010.
Within two years, 150,000 procedures had been completed across the US, and approval was extended to cover other areas in the abdominal area. In 2014, additional applicators used with the CoolSculpting machines extended its usability across the body.
Today, most clients who swear by CoolSculpting have used it to target stubborn fat under the chin and on the upper arms, back, abdomen, buttocks, and thighs.
Which Noninvasive Body Contouring Solution Is Right for You?
At Bodify, the only noninvasive body contouring procedure we offer is CoolSculpting. Why? Because we feel it’s the best and most effective for our clients.
But is it right for you?
There’s a reason millions of Americans (as well as people around the globe) have started seeking out noninvasive ways to rid themselves of extra inches: these procedures work. No longer are you limited to liposuction or other options that require a hospital stay, stitches, and days or weeks of downtime. You now have options.
If you are considering noninvasive body contouring, you owe it to yourself to research the alternatives and determine what’s best for your unique needs and goals.