Non Surgical Liposuction in Brisbane – For Him


Non Surgical Liposuction in Brisbane – For Him

Are you a man that wants to shift some stubborn fat with non surgical liposuction?Non Surgical liposuction for Him in Brisbane

Men in this day and age are increasingly concerned about their body image. A lot of men spend hours in the gym and adopt a drastic diet, but still can’t get rid of that stuborn fat, especially on the belly!

May be you could consider non surgical liposuction, otherwise known as Coolsculpting to get rid of that stubborn fat for good. The most popular area to be treated among men is the abdomen, love handles and front. Be yourself again; get rid of that spare tyre. Diet and exercise can be fastidious, while liposuction doesn’t attract many men and has a long recovery time.

Your non-invasive and nonsurgical liposuction option to reduce fat is Coolsculpting. Targeted fat cells are killed and naturally removed from your body. It is safe, fast and easy non-invasive procedure and it doesn’t affect your daily life.

Each treatment leads to up to 25% of fat loss in the treated area. The beauty of this treatment is that you are not limited to how many you can have, so you can continue with ingoing treatment until you are happy with the results. Note that you need to allow your body to naturally purge itself from the dead fat cells produced by the treatment. The process can take a few weeks. The outcome will be even more obvious after a couple of months.

An important fact about stubborn fat

Did you know that 50% of men have love handles, are you one of them?. CoolSculpting is a natural way without surgery or incision to eliminate these unwanted areas of fat. You can notice the results after just one treatment depending on the size of the treated area.

Am I a suitable patient for CoolSculpting?

An ideal profile would be a person within 10 kilograms of their optimal weight aged between 22 and 55 years old.

For more information regarding non surgical liposuction in Brisbane, contact Westside Dermatology today.