Light therapy is not anything new. It has been used in many ailments that range from chronic pain to hair growth to wound healing. What is new is that light is used for targeting the fat cells. After the adipose cells are exposed to a particular wavelength, 99 percent of the fats are released from the cells. The result is impressive spot reduction and inch loss on any area of the body including bra bulge, waistline, thigh area, buttocks, and the arms. This technique works at all the places where there are too many fat deposits. The laser penetrates into the skin, targets the subcutaneous cells without causing damage to the organs. The stimulation opens up the pores of the fat cells by breaking down the contents and this allows in fat escape through a process called lipolysis. Lipolysis is a natural metabolic procedure, which breaks down fat cells like triglycerides, and triglycerides are metabolized naturally by the body.
Contour Light differs from the other systems
Contour Light differs from the other technologies that are used for skin tightening and cellulite reduction. Other LED systems offer less emission of light energy and treat the area in a limited way. It offers the following:
Is Contour Light safe?
Contour Light can be used in both men and women, young and old. Just like other treatments, people who have specific medical conditions should avoid using it. The specialists go through a complete medical questionnaire as well as consultation before the treatment. As a precautionary method, this light is not advised for those clients who are pregnant, breastfeeding or have a malignancy history. Patients suffering from diabetes, thyroid, high cholesterol, and high blood pressure may use this treatment if controlled medically. But, people with heart disease, gallbladder disorder, drug addiction, serious mental disorder should avoid it.