Now spring has officially sprung, many of us are thinking about getting beach-ready for summer. Months of comfort eating may have left some of us feeling a little out of shape, but there are now two fat removal systems that can help- and you don’t have to step foot in the gym!
Introducing Exilis Elite and Vanquish; the latest non-surgical ways to lose those love-handles or trim your thighs. Using radiofrequency, these pain-free and non-invasive treatments can contour your body and tighten your skin at the same time.
Widely regarded as one of the best high-performance aesthetic devices, the Exilis Elite has redefined radiofrequency (RF) technology to reduce wrinkles, treat laxity and reshape both the face and body – from head to toe – on women of all ages.
This award winning device advances the non-invasive treatment of face and body wrinkles, collagen loss and stubborn fat with its delivery of precise heating and cooling, plus real-time monitoring of skin temperature. This constant detection and control of RF flow allows the doctor to reach therapeutic temperatures in the shortest amount of time, providing a predictable and beneficial response while ensuring patient safety and comfort.
Vanquish is an advanced non-invasive procedure that zaps fat cells without damaging skin or muscle, being labelled a ‘breakthrough’ by cosmetic experts as it’s the ONLY contactless device on the market.
This revolutionary treatment provides body sculpting without the scalpel, and offers the closest treatment to surgical results. Vanquish’s unique design allows treatment of vast areas at one time, making it the largest treatment area in the industry. BTL’s Vanquish also shows the fastest results in permanent fat reduction, and patients may see results as quickly as after their first treatment.
So if slogging away on a treadmill isn’t for you, then you can zap it away lying flat on your back? Vanquish and Exilis Elite are available from BTL Aesthetics at clinics across UK.
Guest post: Laura Casewell, editor of The Cosmetic Surgery Guide