Lipo-Light's advanced slimming and toning program is the latest treatment for non-invasive body contouring. Using the power of Light Therapy combined with the stimulus of exercise, Lipo-Light is the natural and healthy way to inch loss on the waist, hips, thighs and even the arms. The whole treatment is non-invasive, relaxing, and over sustained and regular use, clients can expect to lose inches from around targeted areas.
* This is standard treatment protocol, your specific BMI will determine the recommended number of treatments (more/less) for optimal results.The Benefits
What is the action mechanism behind Lipo-Light?
The light (635nm) emitted from Lipo-Light causes the fat cell membranes to temporarily alter the permeability of the cell. This brief change allows the fat contents to seep out from the cell into the interstitial space from where it can be processed by the lymphatic system.
What happens to the fat?
After being released, triglycerides are broken down into free fatty acids and glycerol and enter the blood stream. Once in the blood stream, several things may occur:
What results can I expect?
Individuals have lost anywhere from two inches to six inches** over a course of treatments. To maximize results, three things are important:
**Individual results vary and are not guaranteed.
How deep does Lipo-Light affect fat cells?
Penetration depth is 10 to 12 mm. The Lipo-Light consists of sixteen pads that each contain 28 ultra-bright diodes. Each pad has an optical output of 450mw per pad.
How is Lipo-Light different than liposuction?
Liposuction is an invasive procedure involving the mechanical removal of fat cells. By contrast, Lipo-Light is completely non-invasive and only affects fat cells temporarily. Lipo-Light does not compete with liposuction; it is simply a body shaping option available to clients who do not wish to undergo a surgical procedure.
Does Lipo-Light help with loose skin?
Anecdotal evidence suggests that clients undergoing Lipo-Light have noticed an improvement in skin tone and texture.
Does Lipo-Light improve the appearance of cellulite?
Anecdotal evidence suggests that clients undergoing Lipo-Light have noticed an improvement in the appearance of cellulite.
Can Lipo-Light cause cancer?
No. Lipo-Light uses LED in the visible spectrum (635nm) to stimulate our cells to be more efficient and accelerate the rate of naturally occurring processes. There has never been any indication that it may cause cancer. However, clients with cancer should not be treated. For more information, please refer to our list of contraindications.
- Hepatitis C/D
- Active Cancer
- Serious Mental Health Disorders
(may be treated, provided condition is under control with a Medical Professional's supervision; doctor's note may be required)
- Auto-immune Diseases
- Cardiovascular Issues
- Cancer in Remission
- Metabolic Disorders
- Kidney or Liver Disease
- Lymphatic System Dysfunction
Eating DO's and DON'Ts for Lipo-Light Success!
East small meals throughout the day (except NO eating 2hrs before/after treatments)
Eat lean meat, veggies, fruits
Drink lots of water (half your body weight in oz/day, i.e. 100lbs = 50oz)
Exercise at least every other day for 30min (recommend burning 350 calories in exercise daily)
Get sufficient sleep/rest.
Do not eat white carbs/startchy foods (rice, pasta, bread, potatoes, etc)
Do not have sugary items
Do not drink sodas or high calorie sport drinks
Do not have caffeine or artificial sweenters
Avoid alcohol, beer & wine if possible (if can't, only small amonts before 8pm)
These products are not intended for use in the diagnosis of disease or other conditions or in the cure, mitigation, treatment, or prevention of disease, and are not intended to affect the structure or function of the body. These products are cosmetic devices used to improve appearance and do not claim to impart any health benefits. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
Research Lipo-Light is based on the pioneering cold light research of NASA and leading clinicians. Lipo-Light does not use surgery, lasers, heat, freezing, ultrasound cavitation, microwaves, or RF.
FDA info on LEDs
Lipo-Light is not FDA approved. The FDA website states that "LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes) are different from laser diodes and are not subject to the Fedral laser product performance standard. An ordinary source of visible light, like the sun or a light bulb, emits a mixture of invisible and visible light like waves. These waves have varying lengths and move in all directions. These differing “wavelengths” produce different types of light, such as ultraviolet, violet, blue, green, red and infrared. Unlike ordinary light, laser light..."