Finish Off Your Weight Loss Journey Using WarmSculpting with SculpSure

You’ve diligently stuck to a weight-loss plan that included healthy eating, portion control, and exercise. As a result, you’ve lost weight and achieved your goal of pounds lost on the scale. But, stubborn pockets of fat keep you from having the physique that fills you with confidence. Clothes don’t fit quite right and you feel self-conscious in a swimsuit.

If you need help with the last little bit of your weight loss, WarmScupting™ with SculpSure® is a procedure that gets you to the finish line.

At Family First Wellness in Lutz, Florida, Dr. Samantha Lindsay helps you reach your body-image goals with this noninvasive laser treatment. WarmSculpting safely and effectively fine-tunes your physique by destroying fat for good so you look svelte and proportional and feel confident.

About body contouring

Body contouring uses targeted energy that penetrates the surface of your skin to locate and disrupt stubborn fat cells that exercise and nutrition can’t defeat. The light energy simply heats up the fat cells enough to make the body think they are natural waste, then lets your lymphatic system flush them away over the next few weeks.  

The process of WarmSculpting

During a WarmSculpting session, Dr. Lindsay runs a handheld device over pockets of fat that you’ve determined you want reduced. These may include:

WarmSculpting can even shrink a double chin.

Your treatments will only take about 25 minutes per area, and you shouldn’t feel anything other than a slight warming sensation. You won’t even have to get completely undressed. There’s no downtime and no recovery period. You can stop in for a treatment and then go about your day. 

You feel some heat and tingling during a WarmSculpting session. Most people find the treatment quite tolerable. It doesn’t require any anesthetic or numbing cream. You experience no scarring, blood loss, injections, or incisions. WarmSculpting is completely noninvasive.

Candidates for WarmSculpting

WarmSculpting treatments aren’t for comprehensive weight loss but are perfect once you’re close to or at your normal weight. As you’re getting ready to finish your weight-loss journey, Dr. Lindsay can give you the final push you need to take you over the top. WarmSculpting treatments are not recommended if you have a BMI over 30, and you’ll need to avoid blood thinners and aspirin in the days leading up to and immediately following your appointment.  

WarmSculpting treatment effectiveness

WarmSculpting treatments can get rid of as much as 24% of fat in problem areas. In the first six weeks following treatment, you’ll see a slow progression of smoothing, slimming, and shaping your body. After 12 weeks, full results are evident. If you like what you see, you can return to treat another body area and get even more results.  

If you’re ready to get the body you truly desire and will be proud to flaunt, don’t wait. To find out if WarmSculpting with SculpSure could be the right body contouring option for you, call Family First Wellness or schedule a consultation using this site. 

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