The new i-Lipo is a body contouring technology that can help you get rid of stubborn fat deposits. If you are looking for targeted reduction of fat deposits, forget workout tapes that claim to target certain areas. Most of the time the way your body stores fat is controlled by hormones and genetics, but i-Lipo can circumvent that process to trigger size reduction in fat where you want it gone without affecting the fat you might want to keep.
How Your Body Stores Fat
Your body has a certain distribution of fat cells that is essentially constant following puberty. When your body stores fat, it isn’t adding more fat cells—the cells that you have are getting larger. Your cells are taking in triglycerides for future use.
When your body needs energy, it tells the fat cells to break down the triglycerides and they get smaller.
How Liposuction Removes Fat
Liposuction works by removing fat cells. It’s a surgical procedure that involves cutting your skin and inserting a vacuum probe called a cannula to remove the fat cells. Because the fat cells are being physically removed, liposuction is permanently altering the way your body can store fat.
If liposuction is performed improperly, it’s possible to get permanent irregularities in the treated areas. Worse, if you gain weight after liposuction, you may get strange, deforming fat deposits growing in unusual places.
How i-Lipo Removes Fat
To remove fat, i-Lipo exposes your fat cells to low-level lasers, which can stimulate the cells into the same processes they normally use when your body asks for extra energy. Your fat cells will break down the triglycerides, and your body can remove them, allowing you to achieve your body contouring goals.
This is a natural process that removes fat evenly from the treated area. It also means that if you do gain weight after i-Lipo, it will be deposited in a normal way, conserving your appearance.
If you would like to learn more about how i-Lipo can work for you, please contact Med-Fit Medical Weight Loss Clinic in Denver today.