Non Surgical Liposuction

What is Non Surgical Liposuction?

The introduction of cold red laser light to your body. LLLT has been used in medicine for over 40 years to treat skin conditions, muscular issues, pain, and inflammation and to promote wound healing. When used in non-invasive body contouring, the role of LLLT is to reduce fat and cellulite as well as improving overall tone to the body. When cold laser is introduced to the adipose tissue it stimulates the mitochondria within the cell, creating pores causing it to open and collapse. Your body utilizes what can be used as energy, the remaining contents are filtered out of the body through the lymphatic system. In addition to fat reduction, LLLT also increases your cellular metabolism. Since the laser targets your cells, they stimulate your blood cells. This helps increase the oxygen and nutrient load in your red blood cells. In response your blood cells transmit oxygen and nutrients at faster levels, this enhances your cellular metabolism. This results in long-term fat loss, collagen production, cellulite reduction, and a smoother and more toned appearance.

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What areas can be treated with LLLT?

The chin, sides of the chest, arms abdomen back and legs.

LLLT can be performed every 48 hours.

Treatment time is 20-40 minutes depending on the area.

What you should know before treatment:

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Consumer should be well hydrated, consuming half their body weight in ounces of water per day during treatment. No alcohol 24 hours before or 48 hours post treatment. Increasing the heart rate through exercise for at least 30 minutes a day during treatment is required to eliminate broken down fat from treatment.

 After you have plastic surgery procedures such as facelift, tummy tuck, or liposuction, your primary goal is to heal as quickly as possible without developing any complications. You want to feel better so you can resume your work and daily activities, but you are also excited to see the final results of your procedure. While sleeping and rest is vital for your recovery, Post-Op massage can also help speed up your healing. Surgery is a major event that affects your body on several levels and you may have to deal with the associated surgical side effects such as pain, bruising, swelling, 


numbness, and discomfort. For this reason, it is important for you to follow the surgery aftercare instructions. Body By Design Aesthetic Studio’s Post -Op massage is a technique that can be used to reduce swelling and scar tissue formation. Our Post-Op massage helps detoxify the body by moving the fluid, toxins, and waste products. Then, this massage technique redirects the lymph fluid into parts of your body with several lymph  nodes such as the armpits, neck, stomach, and groin. The lymph nodes then help filter the toxins  and wastes before they are eliminated from the body. 


Our Post-Op massage helps promote faster recovery after facelift, tummy tuck, liposuction, bbl’s or other surgical procedures by reducing inflammation, swelling, and scar tissue formation. 

Post Treatment:

What happens after Post-Op drainage? 

∙Weight loss with a reduction in adipose and cellulite tissue 
∙Increased metabolism 
∙Reduction in water retention because of the normal flow of lymphatic fluid 
∙Reduced or no chronic pain 
∙Feelings of being more energized 
∙Reduced PMS symptoms. 
∙Improved motion movement 

Do lymphatic drainage massages actually work? 

Unlike a deep tissue or sports massage, a lymphatic drainage massage is very gentle 
and helps to move lymph away from swollen lymph nodes. The massage needs to be 
done in a particular fashion in order for it to be effective and beneficial. 

How to prepare for a lymphatic drainage – What to do before 
lymphatic massage 

∙Stay hydrated by drinking 8-10 glasses of water daily to promote effective detoxification

 
∙Do not eat a big meal to prevent discomfort and facilitate effective movements of the 
toxins 


∙Wear lightweight and loose-fitting clothing to promote comfort and easier access to the 
body areas that need a massage 


∙Adjust the dose of certain medications, such as oral painkillers, as prescribed by your 
surgeon 


∙Inform your surgeon of any signs and symptoms to determine if lymphatic massage can 
be performed