Exercising can be fulfilling especially when you see significant results. Conversely, it can be frustrating if you find yourself with stubborn fat despite spending long hours at the gym.
Fortunately, pockets of fat can be melted away using a safe, convenient, and effective system: TruSculpt.
TruSculpt is a nonsurgical body contouring treatment that requires no incisions, no anesthetic, and no recovery time. It targets common treatment areas such as the abdomen and flanks, thighs, and underarms.
Interested? Read on to know more.
Are You a Good Candidate for TruSculpt?
The first thing to remember is that TruSculpt is not a weight-loss treatment. Hence, it can’t magically remove all the excess fat from your body.
Instead, it’s a good option if you want to contour your body, remove unwanted pockets of fat that don’t respond to diets and exercise, or just tighten sagging skin.
Simply put, it helps you get closer to achieving your body goals when conventional weight loss efforts just aren’t cutting it or getting you the results that you want.
How Does TruSculpt Work?
TruSculpt applies energy waves to the layers of fat and tissue beneath your skin. Radiofrequency (RF) waves heat up the fatty tissues to eventually melt them away so that your body will then eliminate these naturally via the lymphatic system.
A TruSculpt session usually takes 15 minutes or more, depending on the size of the treatment area. For most patients though, the treatment only takes half an hour.
From start to finish, the entire visit to your provider usually takes less than an hour. Hence, you can even schedule your treatment during your lunch break.
In general, patients notice significant fat loss in a month and you’ll be able to see the full results 12 weeks after the treatment.
TruSculpt 3D vs. TruSculpt iD: What’s the Difference?
Basically, TruSculpt iD is an improved version of TruSculpt 3D.
TruSculpt 3D worked by delivering RF frequency energy using a hand-held applicator. Hence, it required an operator to control the energy pulse. There was also a need to move the handpiece manually to prevent excessive heat exposure on the treated area/s and to keep the energy distribution even.
In contrast, TruSculpt iD works with heated RF pads. These pads have sensors that control energy delivery. Thus, there’s no need for an operator to monitor or move these since the pads are already programmed to ensure that safe temperature zones are observed.
Moreover, TruSculpt iD takes relatively less time since it can target multiple areas simultaneously. In as little as 15 minutes, it can provide a 24% fat reduction and significant skin tightening.
Is TruSculpt Worth It?
If you want to get maximum results from your diet and exercise efforts, a body contouring procedure such as TruSculpt is a good investment.
So long as you maintain a healthy and active lifestyle, the results should be permanent. Just ask the satisfied clients in Colorado Springs who have experienced significant results thanks to TruSculpt and Robert Andrews Laser and Medical Aesthetics.
For more information about the procedure, call us today or book an appointment.