Doctors in the US use non-surgical body sculpting techniques like Exilis, to get rid of fatty bulges on the body (click here). The Exilis body contouring device is also used for cellulite reduction, and skin tightening. It is designed to treat stubborn areas of fat that often cannot be eliminated with diet or exercise, especially in places like the face, stomach, hips, and thighs.
How Exilis works
The Exilis device emits radiofrequency (RF) energy that targets the fat layers beneath the skin. As the fat cells are heated, the fatty acids are pushed out, causing the cells to shrink. In addition to reducing fat cells, Exilis also contracts collagen and this produces the skin tightening effect over time.
Exilis is effective because it treats small zones of the body at a time, allowing the physician to customize treatment. These treatment zones are approximately 5’’ x 7’’ in size. It generally requires 4-6 sessions with Exilis to achieve optimal results, and one session lasts for about 40 minutes. Sessions are spaced about 7-14 days apart.
What to Expect
Exilis works faster and requires fewer treatments in order to produce results, and it has a built-in cooling system that enhances patient comfort. Patients usually notice an improvement in the appearance of their body after 1 to 2 treatments. Individuals typically lose 1-3 inches of circumference at the end of the treatment protocol.
Who can benefit from Exilis?
Exilis is recommended for individuals who are already at a healthy weight, but just need to tighten us some trouble spots.