Frequently asked Questions
& Lymph Drainage
It is a electronic treatment
made up to eliminate the cellulite
and fat deposits in your body.
Electrolipolysis combined with
lymph drainage is a completely
new and effective way to remove
unwanted fat. The fat is removed
from the areas you want without
effort or discomfort using low
voltage electric currents through
non-invasive skin electrodes.
and efficient. You can have
pain-free slimming with self-adhesive
electrodes or bands without
muscle contractors or other
discomfort. The treatments themselves
are very relaxing, in fact people
often doze off during a session.
There are certain health conditions
that can negate one from having
does it work?
is a painless, effortless process
that can successfully remove
cellulite in problem areas,
such as thighs, buttocks and
abdomen. Through the use of
low voltage electric current
and non-invasive skin electrodes
on problem areas, the fat in
the cells are broken down and
easily excreted by the body.
long does it take? When can
I see results?
is a technique that is so powerful
that a 40 minutes session can
knock off nearly 2 1/2 lbs.
and shrink waistlines by up
to 2 inches. The amount of fat
reduction varies depending on
your build, but many people
may reduce by a least one whole
size after the first treatment.
Immediate results can be seen.
After 24 hours, you will see
the maximum effect.
does it feel like?
tickles and itches a bit.
there any side effects?
increase in urination for 1
to 2 days after treatment.
the results last?
Electrolipolysis is an excellent
jump start to a new and slimmer
you. Subsequent weight loss
can be long lasting. So for
the fat to come back, new cells
have to form. That would happen
if a person continued to eat
excess calories. Combine the
electrolipolysis and lymph drainage
with exercise and healthy eating
for optimum results.
often can I have a treatment?
problem area can be treated,
every 2 days up to 3 times per
many sessions will I need?
depends. Most clients require
maintenance treatments once
or twice a year after an initial
burst of six to eight treatments.
Just as an athlete continues
to work out; once a desired
fitness level has been achieved,
you want to be sure that the
fat which is removed stays away
for good and your body remains
toned and firm.
do Electrolipolysis and Lymphatic
and pulse frequency which the
electrodes send through the
fatty tissue cause splitting
of the triglycerides into free
fatty acids. Triglycerides cannot
be excreted through cell membrane,
however, free fatty acids can
now pass through the cell wall
and out into tissue fluid to
be further transported by the
lymph vessels. Lymphatic Drainage
greatly speeds up the process..
there similar machines or technology?
as there have been vast improvements
in computer technology over
the past decade, there have
been vast improvements in this
form of technology; both in
the medical field for pain and
healing management, and in the
beauty and health field for
cosmetic enhancement management.
In the beauty field, cellulite
creams, microcurrent technology,
vacuuming, and suction plus
massage therapy equipment are
being used. Other ‘slimming
machines’ which use electric
currents to stimulate muscles,
can tone muscle but not break
down fat or cause weight loss.
People are excited about this
technology for fat reduction.
Electrolipolysis uses a current
to break down triglycerides,
fat molecules stored in fat
cells into smaller ‘free
fatty acids’. In this
form, fat can pass from the
fat cell membrane into surrounding
tissue. The free fatty acids
then pass into the lymphatic
system, the body’s drains,
and are eventually excreted
in the urine.
do people choose this over cosmetic
surgery such as liposuction?
treatment is a natural, non-surgical
alternative to cosmetic surgery.
There is no pain, complications
or recovery time. It is far
less expensive and there is
no interruption in daily life
Liposuction can cost you $3,500
just for one area such as your
abdomen plus $1,500 for additional
areas. Then there are extra
fees such as hospital costs,
special clothing, medications;
just to name a few. An estimated
cost to have liposuction done
of abdomen, backside, and legs
will cost just under $10,000
in Calgary. The cost is painful
and so can the procedure be.
is that bumpy looking fat around
mainly on your thighs and buttocks
that seem so difficult to get
rid of. You may have heard before
that it is an accumulation of
water and waste products that
are not properly eliminated
by the liver, kidneys and intestines.
These supposedly get trapped
just under the skins’
surface and cause the characteristic
dimpling of the skin. This however,
is FALSE! Actually, cellulite
is just plan, ordinary . . FAT!
Strands of special tissue connect
our skin to deeper tissues and
muscles. These strands separate
clusters of fat cells. When
our fat cells increase in size,
these clusters start to bulge
and pull on the strands separating
them. This what causes our skin
to have that puckered orange-peel
Women seem to be more prone
to cellulite than men. This
is because men have thicker
outer layers of skin and can
hide the bulging fat clusters
better. Until now, the only
true way to get rid of cellulite
from your thighs or other problem
areas was to get rid of all-over-body
fat. This was, and still is
done through regular exercise
and healthy, balanced meals.
However, for people who wish
to ‘spot reduce’
fat, we offer electrolipolysis,
a process that can permanently
get rid of cellulite in your
there things I can do to increase
the benefits of these treatment?
achieve the best results with
electrolipolysis it is also
suggested to exercise (low impact
aerobics, brisk walking), rest,
drinking plenty of water, and
get a balanced diet. People
should correct their eating
habits to receive optimum benefits.
did Electrolipolysis evolve
evolved from electro-therapy
on kidney dialysis patients.
Electrodes were place beneath
their skin to measure tissue
hydration. Like alot of new
discoveries, doctors also noticed
that the volume of subcutaneous
fat surround each electrode
reduce substantially. What a