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So, Is Laser-Based Fat Removal Actually Effective?

August 31, 2016
So, I have to wonder if laser-based fat removal is actually effective? This particular technology is one of the cutting edge techniques that you can find in the fat reduction sector of the modern marketplace. It's supposed to be a replacement for liposuction, only without you actually having to undergo surgery and get cut open or go through all the unpleasantness that an operation brings. I have never personally been through liposuction, but I know plenty of people who tried places like www.usalipolasers.com, and their results, while impressive, were sometimes uneven. They also had to deal with recovery time and surgical scars.

Laser-based fat removal, effective or otherwise, does not really have to deal with such concerns. Laser beams are supposed to penetrate fat cells, although the beams are so tightly focused that you don't actually feel them. It's not like getting shot with a phaser on Star Trek or a blaster in Star Wars.

Actually, laser-based fat removal does not even get rid of fat cells. It just deflates them, like balloons out of air. Liposuction does get rid of fat cells, but some recent research indicates that this is actually kind of traumatic on the body. On the other hand, laser-based fat removal is supposed just let the fat drain out into the interstitial fluid and then get drained out via the lymphatic system. You can actually feel healthier and cleaner this way because fat is where the body stores toxins, so there's a purifying effect of sorts.

The effectiveness of laser-based fat removal seems to be up in the air. I do know that it's not for someone looking to lose a hundred pounds or more, nor even for someone who is not dieting or exercising. However, for someone who is doing everything they can to lose weight and just needs some help in particular spots on their physique, well, this is where laser-based fat removal can help out.

While I did already mention that this technique is cutting-edge, it's certainly not wet behind the ears as far as how new it is. The FDA had not only had time to study it but also announce officially that it is a safe procedure. That's one thing that draws me to it. Even if it doesn't work out like I hope, I'm at least confident that the attempt isn't going to be something that messes me up.

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