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Why those Last Few Pounds are Hard to Shed and How ZERONA Can Help

Last updated 6 years ago

Losing weight is a goal many people share, and everyone loves to reap the benefits of achieving a slender figure. Yet those last few pounds can be hard to lose, particularly if they are only in certain problem spots. Fortunately a laser skin treatment in Austin called ZERONA laser body slimming can help.

  • Losing Those Final Pounds

After you have lost a certain amount of weight, your body can hit a plateau. You may have cut calories and have a workout routine that includes cardio and strength training; you may be drinking plenty of water and getting enough sleep, but still not be able to reach your ultimate goal. This is because the body can become used to the calories you are eating or to your workout plan. Your body wants to maintain a steady, stable weight, but unfortunately, sometimes this can mean remaining at a weight that is higher than you want.

  • Using ZERONA to Meet Your Goals

ZERONA is a laser procedure that breaks up the fat under the skin without surgery, needles, or pain. Your body stores excess fat in adipose cells in order to release it when you are eating less than it thinks you should. As the fat is used by the body, the cells shrink, causing the body to lose inches in the areas where the fat was stored.

ZERONA works to shrink those cells, causing them to release their fat and allowing you to lose weight without changing your diet and exercise habits! You will look slimmer and feel better about yourself once you watch those last stubborn inches melt away.

Come to Elements Laser Spa for ZERONA, laser skin rejuvenation, skin tightening, laser hair removal in Austin, and much more. Call us at (512) 634-8588 today to make an appointment!


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