Give Yourself the Gift of a New Silhouette WarmSculpting™ with SculpSure®

Do you have stubborn fat that’s not going away despite countless hours in the gym? Sometimes diet and exercise alone can’t burn stubborn fat. That’s why Farly Sejour, MD, FACOG, an award-winning physician at Solace Women’s Care offers WarmSculpting™ with SculpSure®.

WarmSculpting with SculpSure can get rid of fat in areas that don’t respond to normal weight-loss methods. It’s a quick procedure that doesn’t require surgery, incisions, or anesthesia, so you can jump back into your normal routine right away.

An innovative fat-reduction system

WarmSculpting with SculpSure is an FDA-approved fat-reduction system that’s noninvasive, safe for men and women, and can be used on any skin type. What makes the system so unique is how it melts away fat.

The system uses energy technology to destroy stubborn fat cells. It heats up fat cells so they break down and eventually die.

WarmSculpting with SculpSure only targets your fat. You won’t sustain damage to your skin or other tissue. And once the fat cells die, your body eliminates them naturally.

What to expect with a treatment

When you visit Dr. Sejour, he goes over what WarmSculpting with SculpSure can do and what you want to achieve. He can remove fat in the following areas:

The system has four applicators, so you can customize your treatment and target multiple body parts in one session. And you don’t have to worry about bruising, as the applicators have suction cups on the ends.

The system permanently destroys fat cells. That means those fat cells won’t ever bother you again. But if you want to maintain your results, you will have to stay active and continue eating a healthy diet.

Do note that WarmSculpting with SculpSure cannot help you lose a lot of weight. The system is designed to remove fat in areas that don’t come off with diet and exercise. Treatments can give you the toned look you want when you have reached or are near your target weight. 

A great choice to tone your body

Solace Women’s Care offers WarmSculpting with SculpSure because of the many benefits. Once your fat cells melt away, there isn’t any excess skin or sagging. 

Instead, you can expect skin that’s tight and smooth. Do you want to see for yourself? Check out the stunning results from some of Dr. Sejour’s patients.

Are you ready to get rid of stubborn fat? Book an appointment over the phone with Solace Women’s Care today to learn more about WarmSculpting with SculpSure.

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