Are you looking for a non-invasive way to smooth out your body and look a little sleeker? Exercise and healthy eating can help you make progress, but they aren’t always enough. Keep reading to learn more about Exilis if you’d like to tighten your skin and reduce fat.
What is Exilis?
Exilis is a safe, FDA approved, non-invasive treatment that uses radio frequency to reduce fat and tighten tissues throughout the body. The radio waves carefully heat the skin and targeted fat cells. The fat cells shrink, and collagen production is stimulated to create firmer skin.
What areas can be treated?
Exilis can be used to treat many areas of the body and the neck and face. It is commonly used to improve love handles, breasts, the abdomen, décolletage, arms, bra fat, thighs, hips, buttocks, knees, face, jowls, and the neckline.
What are the advantages of Exilis?
There are many advantages to the Exilis treatment including:
- There is no downtime needed for recovery
- The treatment is pain free because the heating is gradual and carefully controlled
- No anesthesia is required
- Treatment sessions are quick
- It can be used to improve the face, neck, and almost every other area of the body without surgery, incisions, or needles
- It can reduce stubborn fat and tighten sagging skin
- It can help you to feel more attractive and confident
What should you expect?
The Exilis treatment uses a specially controlled device to deliver radio frequency energy to the target area. The device is guided over the area being treated to shrink fat cells and support collagen production. The overall procedure takes 15-30 minutes. Results appear gradually and most patients undergo 4 or more sessions over a few months to achieve the best results. You may experience some slight redness in the treated area immediately after the treatment, but the redness goes away quickly. You can immediately resume normal daily activities. You may be asked to increase your water intake and engage in light activity like walking to help maximize the results.
If you’d like to learn more about Exilis, schedule a consultation at the Sahara Medical Institute.