Inmode Bodytite

 

Having a shapely body
reflects how we think about our health and shows our hard work at the gym. You
may work diligently through diet and exercise to get the contoured body you
want, but stubborn fat and excess skin remain. Remaining fat can be annoying
and depressing, and ultimately your self-esteem is impacted. However, it is
possible to get the shape you want.

Body contouring
treatments are unique and very safe. Innovative technology offers minimally
invasive skin tightening treatments. One of the most innovative devices that
work is BodyTite, a surgery-free and almost painless approach to body
contouring.

BodyTite is similar to
liposuction but does not include the recovery time or surgery of liposuction.
The BodyTite approach relies on radiofrequency assisted lipolysis or RFAL.
BodyTite simultaneously liquefies and moves fat from targeted areas and
tightens the skin at the same time. Thermal energy is used under the skin and
above the skin, and fat removal and skin tightening are addressed at the same
time.

A local anesthetic for
pain control and epinephrine to decrease any bleeding and activate fat removal
are injected into the treatment area. Fat swells and hardens. Over time fat
dissolves and naturally leaves the body. As the fat is removed, the skin
tightens. BodyTite is perfect since it has a dual approach to removing fat and
tightening the skin.

Results vary with
different patients, but most patients experience a 47% skin contraction. The
results are seen as early as two weeks, and final results come about 3-6 months
after the treatment.

BodyTite works on
these body areas:

 

  • Abdomen
  • Arms
  • Bra line
  • Male breasts
  • Knees and thighs,
  • Sides

BodyTite can increase
a boost in self-esteem and other advantages include virtually no scarring,
skin tightening, short recovery times, even contouring, and little side
effects.

Inmode BodyTite is an
innovative option and you can get a consultation on all the benefits of
BodyTite at Glow Laser & Beauty Center.

 

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