As 2017 comes to a close, it’s time to start planning your 2018 New Year’s Resolutions! If health, diet and exercise are at the top of your list, get a head start right now with SculpSure!

What is SculpSure?

SculpSure is a light-based contouring technology that is designed to reduce stubborn fat in problem areas like the abdomen or love handles. Contrary to more dated treatments like CoolSculpting®, it works by using heat in the form of light to cause fat reduction.

How Does it Work?

Fat cells are heated to a temperature between 42 and 47 degrees Celsius, damaging and destroying them. Over the following week, your body naturally eliminates the damaged fat cells, leaving you with a more contoured figure.

What Can I Expect from Treatment?

Up to four heating applicators are used, which are held against the skin with straps. A warm sensation is typically experienced, with simultaneous cooling to maximize comfort. The 25-minute treatment is quick and easy, with no downtime! The abdomen is the most common area of treatment, but the applicators can be placed on many areas including the thighs, arms, and back, depending on your desired results.

When Will I See Results?

Results can be seen immediately, with optimal results seen within six weeks of treatments. Mild swelling and tenderness is common, but patients can return to their normal daily activities – including exercise – immediately after treatment.

To learn how you can get the body of your dreams for 2018, please contact Rejuva Medical Aesthetics at 424-334-3114. Rejuva Medical Aesthetics is located in Los Angeles, CA, and proudly serves patients in the United States and internationally.

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