Laser Fat Removal, Greensboro, NC

Make an investment into your health and confidence with our effective, noninvasive laser fat removal process.

There are three types of fat cells in the human body, and each of them reacts differently to your efforts to eliminate them, with stubborn fat being the hardest and most frustrating to remove. One of the reasons for this is that there isn’t much blood flow going to and from stubborn fat that resides at the skin’s surface instead of down around organs and in muscles. So, even if you get the fat cells to release, the body doesn’t easily transport them where they can get burned off and be gone forever. The solution is to kill the fat cells so they can then be absorbed and eliminated. Laser fat removal is an FDA-cleared alternative to liposuction that will banish stubborn fat.

Laser Fat Removal in Greensboro, North Carolina

At Infinite Allure, we offer laser fat removal that is noninvasive and effective. This process reduces fat cells in just 25 minutes without affecting the skin’s surface. You can resume your daily activities immediately after laser fat removal, as there is no recovery time following treatment. Most patients need multiple treatments to achieve optimal results but will see improvement within 6 to 12 weeks. We welcome you to make an appointment for a consultation at our Greensboro, North Carolina med spa to learn more and see if you are a good candidate for laser fat removal.

One of the best things about our laser fat removal process is that it is not a surgical procedure, so you won’t trade stubborn fat for a scar and a long recovery time. Another advantage is that the fat cells are permanently removed and will not regenerate. If you would like to make an investment into your health by resolving the stubborn fat that is also keeping you from being confident, contact us today to learn more about laser fat removal.

At Infinite Allure, we offer laser fat removal services to those in Greensboro, Chapel Hill, Durham, High Point, Raleigh, and Winston-Salem, North Carolina.