The diet and weight loss industry has exploded over the last several years. There is a new diet, pill, shake, or exercise trend that surfaces every couple of months and they all promise the same thing. The goal is two-fold, to maintain a healthy lifestyle, but also to achieve a physical appearance you can feel proud of.
For generations, men and women alike have taken steps to change their appearances to align with the beauty standards of the day. From tight fitting corsets to highly invasive early versions of cosmetic surgery, the desire to improve one’s appearance is not a new phenomenon. Thankfully, what has changed over the years is the technology we have at our disposal to provide our clients with the appearance they desire.
Everyone wants to look good, and some people are willing to pay for it. Even the most health-conscious and fitness crazed among us struggle with problem areas on their bodies where the fat just won’t seem to come off. For years there was one solution, liposuction. And still, to this day, this is a great tool for positively changing the shape and contour of your body. However, there are some patients who opt for body sculpting (also known as body contouring) procedures instead.
For people who wish to get rid of stubborn fat, liposuction and other surgical procedures are often the go-to cosmetic options that come to mind. However, not everyone has a desire to go the surgical route. This may be due to fears over general anesthesia, health concerns that may surgery difficult, or even worries about scarring. Regardless of the ultimate reasoning, body sculpting offers a way to target fat without surgery and many of the worries that come with it.
The human body is truly amazing, both mechanically and as a piece of beautiful sculpture. Over countless generations, it has developed incredible mechanisms for healing and strengthening. Fast forward to today, though, and some of those things don’t look so marvelous. One example is the tenacious way that the body holds onto stores of fat, especially in certain problem areas.
Body sculpting, also known as body contouring, is a non-surgical method for removing fat from problem areas. It's a highly-effective procedure for most patients, but it isn't right for every situation and there are a few things that you should be aware of. That's why it's important to ask questions.
The popularity of body sculpting, a non-surgical way of shaping up your physique without endless hours in the gym, is on the rise. Its proponents include the likes of Khloe Kardashian and Molly Sims. So, what exactly is it? A miracle treatment that completely eliminates the need for diet and exercise? Or another tool you can use — in addition to a healthy lifestyle — to achieve your ideal body?
Everyone has experienced stubborn body fat that just won't go away even after you've tried every diet and exercise you can think of. There are a number of cosmetic procedures that can help you remove excess body fat, but what if you don't want to undergo surgery? That's where body sculpting, also called body contouring, comes in.
Body sculpting, also known as non-invasive body contouring, is a way of dealing with stubborn fatty tissue. As its name implies, it is a non-surgical procedure with a quick recovery period. This makes it an excellent choice for those who are unable or unwilling to undergo surgical fat removal.