The Differences Of Lipo, Laser-Lipo, And Non-Invasive Lipo

Published: 26th February 2011
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Lipo is an easy way to remove unsightly excess body-fat and restore youthful body tone. At least this is the message delivered by the term Lipo, any time that it is brought up in reference to a service or product. It is a buzzword among those who can afford routine, highly skilled liposuction surgery. Generally, the term refers to the standard surgical liposuction procedures performed by medical doctors. Presently, there are a few different options to choose over the standard surgical methods.

Ordinary Laser-Lipo is also a surgical procedure but it utilizes a much less invasive technique. Small incisions are made to insert small tubes with lasers that destroy the adipose cells storing the fat. Rather than scraping and vacuuming the fat out, as with standard surgical liposuction, they melt it down to then be gently squeezed out. Recovery time is considerably less with this procedure than with the standard surgical liposuction. Laser-Lipo like this must also be done under the supervision and operation of a medical doctor specializing in the procedure.

The next method worth noting is non-invasive cold laser lipo. This is a procedure that follows a non-surgical dynamic of technological innovation that is nothing short of futuristic. These cold-laser lipo systems use laser diode pads applied over the treatment area. The pads are secured by elastic bands and fit comfortably. These emit the proper cold laser frequency into the adipose tissue to induce lipolysis, or breakdown of fat stored in the cells. It is similar to the type of fat release as would occur with high-intensity exercise. The results of the procedure are natural and the fats liberated by the session are easily eliminated by the body. No tissues are damaged and no other cells are affected by the therapy. It sounds too good to be true, but it true.

A few different companies produce these cold laser lipo machines and all of them work and use the same technology. One company worth note is Crystal Medical. They sell the Sigma LumiSlim Pro Laser Lipo system, a medical-grade treatment device used for non-invasive lipo. They have the best price on the market at 3,999 for purchase and 28.00 weekly for rental. The benefit on a business level is obvious. Treatments can be offered at affordable rates, such as 150.00 to 175.00 for each treatment. LumiSlim laser lipo usually produces immediate, noticeable results. There is bound to be repeat business. The cumulative revenue will soon compensate for the cost of the devices you purchased. More information is available at: There you may become apprised of the flexible payment plans and training services offered to accompany the product.

It would be unfair to fail to give mention to other non-invasive cold laser lipo machines on the market. I-Lipo is an example of an American brand that operates off of the same principles as the LumiSlim. This is not a statement that I-Lipo copied LumiSlim. This is merely an observation. I-lipo is a fat reduction and body-shaping program. It includes the same style of diode pad application and treatment duration. It is also painless and uses "photobiomodulation" to express the adipose cells of their stored fat, thus liberating it for metabolism and elimination. It also seems like an ideal spa addition, does it not? The retail price is $79,000. This puts it in the pricy range for a struggling or newly born business.

A similar scenario is found with the hugely successful Strawberry Lipo system which is nudging its way into the media with hungry tenacity. It is again an effective system that functions in the same manner as the LumiSlim Pro Laser Lipo system. It costs 20,000 retail.

From this information it is obvious that an ideal investment for a beauty salon equipment protocol would be the affordable and effective LumiSlim system. Consider cost versus value and all will become clear.

Stephen Soos

Crystal Medical Ltd

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