Which parts of the body can be treated by LipoMelt?
LipMelt can essentially be used on every part of the body where there are localised fat deposits that aren’t responding to diet and exercise. The most common areas targeted by LipoMelt are the waist, hips, legs, thighs and upper arms. This treatment is also particularly effective for those who have recently lost a lot of weight and have loose skin and leftover fat that they would like to significantly reduce.
LipoMelt is also particularly useful for treating cellulite as well as improving the overall tone and texture of the client’s skin. So, if you’d like to feel tighter and smoother with a stronger texture to your appearance, then LipoMelt red light therapy is almost certainly for you.
Where does the fat go when you have LipoMelt treatment?
The red light that is emitted during LipoMelt treatment helps to release the fat which is then broken down into free fatty acids and glycerol. These then enter the bloodstream and are either used as additional fuel or are ultimately eliminated from the body. This is a non-invasive yet irrefutably effective way of getting rid of excess fat.