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Looking for a Non-Invasive Fat Loss Treatment?

Last updated 6 years ago

For many, Zerona body slimming is an appealing option. However, it can be hard to commit to trying this solution without adequate information. Thanks to Zerona, you can have a smoother, shapelier you! Explore these answers to some common questions about Zerona to help you learn more about this easy and non-invasive sliming procedure.

1.  What is Zerona Body Slimming?
Zerona is a cold laser system used to sculpt areas on an otherwise healthy physique where stubborn fat simply won’t budge. A low-level laser targets fat cells, shrinking them and causing the body to eliminate them naturally.

2.  What Happens During Appointments?
During a Zerona treatment, you can expect to spend about 40 minutes relaxing as the laser does its job. A technician will set up the laser to work on the areas that you specify, positioning the laser for maximum effectiveness. After allowing the treatment to run for 20 minutes on the front of your body, the specialist will return and set up the laser to treat the areas on the other side. Afterwards, there is no discomfort, swelling, or downtime required!

3.  What Areas of the Body Can Zerona Target?
Zerona can target nearly any part of the body that has stubborn fat deposits. Most patients opt to treat their waist or hips, but Zerona can be used essentially anywhere. Because the treatment is so easy and non-invasive, you can target multiple problem areas in one visit!

For many, Zerona is the answer to stubborn and unattractive fat deposits. This quick, non-invasive fat loss treatment carries no side effects or downtime, and after each treatment you are free to enjoy your new body without swelling, pain, or bruising! To learn more about this option, contact Elements Laser Spa in Austin at (512) 444-4600.


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