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At some time or another you’ve likely wondered what non-invasive fat reduction treatments do to the body, and if they really work. Just the sound of it seems intriguing enough to make one curious as to whether they can truly whittle down muffin tops, shrink belly pooches, and firm up saddle bags. All of them claim to contour those parts of us that are genetically programmed to be shaped that way, which are the same parts that diet or exercise alone can’t eliminate. But, how much contouring can they actually do, and how quickly will results show up?
Being an industry insider, I’m exposed to nearly all the various gadgets and equipment available to professionals. To stay on top of the game, I make a point to research all this technology to understand what the industry is up to, and where it’s going. There’s a lot to learn, which can be overwhelming to the average consumer who is trying to figure out what works, and which of these treatments is best for them and their needs.
As someone who wants to get a treatment (or two) done myself, I wanted to investigate the best options for when that day comes where I will splurge on my vanity. Since good information is best when shared, here’s my insider take on what’s out there.
I’ve narrowed down all the viable options to 3 treatments based on the following:
Clinically supported substantiation
Medical community support from plastic and body aesthetic surgeons
User results and satisfaction