Zerona has been proven to assist with body contouring by removing body fat and reducing inches without invasive surgery. There are a few key steps to success that should be incorporated in order to achieve maximum results.
By following these steps every day, you will maximize your results for reducing body fat and excess inches. Our protocol is in place to help clients prepare their liver, lymphatic system, and kidneys prior to starting your Zerona treatments.
It is important to maintain the stated protocol for at least 2 to 4 weeks after your final treatment as 20-40% of your results will occur during this time.
There are no needles, no incisions, and no recovery time needed.
Zerona LipoLaser works by emulsifying adipose tissue (subcutaneous fat) which then releases into the interstitial space.
The excess body fat is then passed through the body during its normal course of detoxification.
The average person that participated in the clinical trials lost an average of 3.65 inches; with some patients losing as much as 9 inches.
As with any procedure, results will and may be more dramatic from one patient to the next.
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Cold Lasers are a clinically proven, non-invasive body contouring technique to remove fat and reduce inches. There are no known negative side effects from Cold Laser treatments; however, patients with certain medical conditions should not be treated with Cold Lasers.
Make certain that patients suffering from basal metabolic disorder (i.e. hypothyroid) are stable in order to ensure positive results.
If the patient has a cold, fever or otherwise compromised health it is best to postpone treatment until the patient is feeling better. This will optimize Zerona’s results.
Patients who have undergone liposuction will have varied results due to fat cells having been previously removed.
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