Not Loving Those Love Handles? Let Surgery-Free SculpSureⓇ Banish Them For Good

You eat a well-balanced diet and get the recommended amount of daily exercise. Yet you still struggle with stubborn pockets of fat that sit right at your waist — better known as love handles. If you’re ready to get rid of yours for good but don’t want to go under the knife, see us at Solace Women’s Care, where Dr. Farly Sejour has a state-of-the-art laser system that might be right for you.

SculpSure is a non-invasive body contouring system that lets Dr. Sejour create a customized plan that targets fat right where you need it to. This procedure doesn’t require surgery or long recovery periods and can be done right in our office.

What causes love handles?

When you eat more calories than you burn, those extra calories turn to fat. These cells show up in certain areas, such as around your waist and hips. Even if you lose weight, the number of fat cells stored in your body remains constant throughout your adult life.

With weight loss, the fat cells become smaller, but they don’t decrease in number. This is why many people struggle with losing weight in trouble areas.

Here are a few factors that increase your risk of having love handles:

SculpSure 101

SculpSure body contouring is non-invasive. It targets stubborn fat at its core in as little as 25 minutes. It’s FDA-cleared to reduce fat in your back, thighs, belly, chin, and of course, in your love handles. It’s an effective method for smoothing out your waistline and won’t damage your skin’s surface.

One of the best things about SculpSure is that there’s no recovery time, so you can go back to your normal daily activities right away. And because of SculpSure’s 90% satisfaction rate, you can be confident that you won’t regret your the decision to have this procedure done.

What to expect during SculpSure treatment

We offer you a comfortable resting position during the procedure. You might notice a cooling sensation when the treatment starts, which helps to increase your level of comfort. This cooling sensation is present throughout the entire treatment, even though the laser cycles on and off, heating up the fat cells in your love handles.

As the laser targets the fat cells, it damages the structural integrity, or what holds the fat together. This gives your body the chance to flush out the fat through your lymphatic system over the next few months.  

How many treatments might I need?

Everyone’s needs are unique. But most people do a series of treatments to receive the best results. Once the fat breaks up and is removed from your system, it’s gone for good. It might take up to 12 weeks for you to see optimal results, but many patients start noticing positive changes as early as six weeks after treatment.

Are you ready to schedule a consultation to speak with Dr. Sejour and see if the SculpSure is right for you? Give our Conroe, Texas, office a call today or book your appointment online and get ready to banish those love handles for good.

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