What’s a Lipo Laser? (& Why You’ll Love To Find Out)


The basis of laser liposuction is the use of laser light to achieve lipolysis, or the breakdown of fat. Research has shown that red (635nm)  light therapy may be effective in melting down fat cells and reducing the overall body circumference and size of treated areas.

Laser lipo may be used on the following areas of the body:

  • Arms
  • Upper back
  • Mid back
  • Abdomen
  • Waistline
  • Love handles
  • Hips
  • Buttocks
  • Thighs
  • Chin
  • Calves

The goal of the lipolaser procedure is to shrink fat stores by mimicking the natural process that the body undergoes when it needs energy from fat cells.

The lipolaser stimulates fat cells to break down the triglycerides stored inside them and release the results of that breakdown (water, fatty acids, and glycerol). The fat cells then shrink, reducing the body circumference. After the fat cells are liquefied, the material is removed from the body by the natural lymphatic drainage system.


Compared to traditional liposuction, non-surgical laser lipo does not use injections or incisions.

Other benefits may include:

  • Rapid results
  • An enhanced ability of the body to heal itself
  • Painless treatment that may also reduce pain
  • Creates a more youthful appearance

In the beginning of the treatment, you will likely undergo lipolaser treatments twice a week. Most lipolaser treatments last 20 minutes, and the therapy may last 6-10 weeks.

To receive the best results from the lipo laser treatment, it is recommended that:

  • You remove creams, oil or make-up from areas to be treated
  • Do not eat 1 hour before and 1 hour after each treatment
  • Reduce your overall caloric intake while limiting starchy carbohydrates and simple sugars
  • Drink about 8 glasses of water before and after your treatment
  • Cease or reduce alcohol consumption

It is important to keep your scheduled appointments as often as possible, as consistency is important in this treatment.


After each treatment session, it is recommended that you exercise for at least 10-20 minutes to stimulate lymphatic and blood circulation and help remove the fat. Since lymph and detox support is thought to dramatically improve results, you may want to discuss liver support medications with your doctor.

It may typically take 10-12 sessions for significant and long-lasting results. Once you have achieved your desired treatment goals, it is important that you keep to your monthly program.



How Does Laser Lipo Work?

The goal of lipolaser is to utilize red and near-infrared laser light therapy to safely break down the fat stored in fat cells, then remove those cells from your body and reduce your body circumference.

How Effective is ?

Research has shown that red (635nm) light therapy may be effective in melting down fat cells and reducing the size of treated areas and overall body circumference.

Is it Safe?

it is believed that Lipolaser does not have any negative side effects or complications. Other, more invasive kinds of laser liposuction procedures may cause deep third-degree burns or charring in the skin tissue. Talk with your healthcare provider about whether or not lipolaser is right for you.

Does Laser Lipo Hurt?

LipoMelt is believed to be painless.


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