How Does Lipolaser Therapy Work?

After years of dieting, gym sessions, and drinking endless cups of green tea, you may still find stubborn fat that won’t go away. That’s when laser lipolysis could become your solution: noninvasive treatment that helps sculpt your body while also stimulating collagen production that will tighten skin after fat cells have been eliminated.

Lipolaser therapy uses low-level laser energy and suction to target areas where fat accumulates on the body, such as belly, thighs or hips. The laser energy heats fat cells until they liquefy – these liquefied fat cells can then either be suctioned out by suctioning or naturally absorbed by your body without leaving scar tissue behind or any adverse side effects for surrounding tissue and the skin itself harmed in any way. In addition, its laser energy assists coagulation of blood vessels which helps minimize post procedure bleeding and swelling after.

During your treatment, you will experience a mild warming sensation which should not hurt. Next, a cannula will be inserted into the fat tissue to begin the process of liquefying unwanted fat cells before being suctioned from the area by using another cannula – making the procedure very quick and painless – although some individuals require multiple treatments for optimal results.

Laser body-contouring devices commonly known as i-Lipo, Zerona and TriSculpt are among the most widely-used products available today. Although both zerona and i-Lipo utilize low-level laser energy, some may find one device more comfortable to use than another – typically due to more laser diodes on its surface area coverage of i-Lipo than its competition.

While laser lipolysis’s effects may not be long-lasting, they should persist so long as you consume a healthy diet and engage in regular physical activity. Otherwise, fat that was mobilized by laser will reaccumulate in your body’s usual fat depots.

To maximize the longevity of your laser lipo results, it’s important to consume ample water throughout the day. Doing this will allow your body to flush away excess fat and toxins more easily from treated areas.

Some studies indicate that laser treatment may trigger lipolysis through stimulating glycerol release from adipocytes; however, heat-inactivated serum studies demonstrate otherwise: instead, laser irradiation seems to release it via cell membrane micropores instead. Niera’s study demonstrated this fact with laser-treated cells showing micropores on their membrane; suggesting this permeability factor as being integral in mobilizing lipids by laser treatment, although whether or not complement activation-dependent lysis plays any part here remains unknown.