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Anyone tried ultrasonic lipo suction? I just wondered if they had and if it worked for them? Just i'm thinking too..£39 for 4 sessions and apparently it's meant to kill your fat cells from an area they target. It does say a good diet is needed next too it.

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Anyone tried ultrasonic lipo suction? I just wondered if they had and if it worked for them? Just i'm thinking too..£39 for 4 sessions and apparently it's meant to kill your fat cells from an area they target. It does say a good diet is needed next too it.

 

Hello.

 

That sounds like a very low price compared with what is on google. I don't even know if it's an effective treatment, haven't come across it before. Where did you get the information from please?

 

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How can you have ultra sound liposuction. This sounds like the old slimming gag where a women was attached to a machine with a belt around her waist that was suppose to loosen the fat particles. Did not work then so why should this ultrasound liposuction be any different

 

seems the latest slimming gag to get you to part with your dosh to me

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You will need to avoid alcohol for 4 days after each treatment, that'll rule a few folk out then.

 
 

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Remember a while back where you had i think slender slim. that's where you wore a belt of pads around you stomach and it was suppose to massage the fat away while you worked

 

This ultrasonic lipo has come from across the pond, if it is the miracle holy grail of weight loss, a major company would have bought the rights to it and be promoting it like mad on day time TV by now

 

Leave well alone and dont let any unqualified health care professional near you until you get a word of mouth recommendation, not corporate propaganda and save your cash

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look at it this way

 

so this ultrasound liposuction just burns the fat away does it, so i ask the question

 

WHERE DOES THAT MELTED FAT GO THAT IS SWIMMING AROUND YOUR STOMACH

 

just melt a knob of butter in a saucepan and see what happens when it cools

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The simple answer is that all the fat that is released heads via the bloodstream through your veins and lymphatic vessels to end up in your liver where the processing procedure commences.

 

The effect is as if you had just eaten a very fatty meal, except that in this case all that fat came from yourself – your stomach, hips, thighs, or whichever part of your body you had chosen to be sculpted into a new shape. Some of the fat will be used for energy instead of a meal and burned off as calories. Some other fat will be stored in the normal way and laid down again but this time evenly throughout your body and not back at the treated target areas.

 

In this way, ultrasonic liposuction (in the same way as surgical liposuction) is not designed to drop your weight, but restyle your figure into a more desirable shape.

 

A course of colonic hydrotherapy treatments will help to remove the fat cells broken down by the Ultrasonic Liposuction and processed by the liver more speedily by gently flushing the colon with warm water. This will also help to reshape your abdomen and will give you lots more energy as well as other benefits too.

 

 

Aye that's what I thought !!! :)

 
 

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I would stick to that wonder cream that promised to remove cellulite, what ever happened to that, colonic irrigation was another wonder cure

 

so all it is designed to to is take a pinch of fat of one part of your body and deposit it in another part

 

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Money for old rope :)

 
 

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The simple answer is that all the fat that is released heads via the bloodstream through your veins and lymphatic vessels to end up in your liver where the processing procedure commences.

 

The effect is as if you had just eaten a very fatty meal, except that in this case all that fat came from yourself – your stomach, hips, thighs, or whichever part of your body you had chosen to be sculpted into a new shape. Some of the fat will be used for energy instead of a meal and burned off as calories. Some other fat will be stored in the normal way and laid down again but this time evenly throughout your body and not back at the treated target areas.

 

In this way, ultrasonic liposuction (in the same way as surgical liposuction) is not designed to drop your weight, but restyle your figure into a more desirable shape.

 

A course of colonic hydrotherapy treatments will help to remove the fat cells broken down by the Ultrasonic Liposuction and processed by the liver more speedily by gently flushing the colon with warm water. This will also help to reshape your abdomen and will give you lots more energy as well as other benefits too.

 

 

Aye that's what I thought !!! :)

 

 

Yeukk, that sounds gross.. !

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Yeukk, that sounds gross.. !

 

You've no seen the pictures yet !!!

 

6 treatments £600 :)

 
 

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You've no seen the pictures yet !!!

 

6 treatments £600 :)

 

I am sure I wont be looking to either :lol:

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I am sure I wont be looking to either :lol:

 

:thumb: nae flies on you :)

 
 

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I had gain lot of fat after pregnancy. I heard about ultrasonic liposuction recently. Can anyone suggest is it safe or not? Waiting for responses from everyone. Thanks in advance.

 

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