Slim & Shape Problem Areas of the Body
Red light therapy is non-invasive and widely applauded technology to help naturally slim, shape and tone problem areas of the body that have difficulty losing inches. Our patients are seeing great results in slimming the waist, hips, thighs and upper arms!
How does red light work to lose inches? The wavelength of the red light stimulates fat cells to release fat that is then easily metabolized. The process is similar to when the body enters the ‘fat burning’ stage of a good cardiovascular workout. The end result is that the previously fat filled cell is emptied and flattened thus losing inches from the body.
How is red light applied? The red light will treat any exposed area on your body. The intended areas are wrapped with flexible pads that will direct the wavelengths of red light to exposed skin. Patients find the session very comfortable and relaxing!
Benefits of Red Light Pads
• Soft and flexible pads wrap around any part of the body
• Red light pads are easily positioned for targeted treatment
• Direct contact on the skin allows for concentrated and deep penetration
• Red and near-infrared lighting is evenly dispersed
Lose Inches With Contour Light®
Contour Light® is FDA cleared for the non-invasive dermatological aesthetic treatment for the reduction of circumference of the hips, waist and thighs. Contour Light incorporates a reflective surface which traps and redirects light energy back into the tissue. The lights initiate a photo-bio-stimulation of the fat cells, causing cells to release its contents and resulting in a deflation or shrinkage of the cell.
Contour Light® Protocol
Sessions are typically 25 min. lying on a table with red light pads
Contour Light treatment protocol typically involves 12 treatments in a series, delivered every other day or every 3 days. Most patients see a noticeable improvement within the first 2 or 3 treatments, some as early as the 1st treatment.
The full series of 10 treatments should address most patient expectations, but some patients may want to continue with additional treatments.