What is this Non-invasive (Fat Reduction) Laser Treatment called Sculpsure?

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Those of you who follow me on Snapchat would be very familiar how Sculpsure peeked my curiosity. If you aren’t one of them feel free to find me there as ❝AngelaBethea❞ … and as far as the story goes, I was watching a TV show that featured BBL (Brazilian Butt Lift) and I shared that it seems very interesting and wondered if any of you would do it. I’ve received all sorts of replies that lead to discussing different Non-Invasive procedures including Sculpsure. From that conversation I realized that there are a number of my followers / readers that have great interest of non-invasive treatments.

For starters, I’ve decided that I am going to break the information down in layman’s terms. That way people can easily refer to this post when making the decision if Sculpsure is the right procedure / treatment right for them. Our modern world has allowed us to try innovative skin care devices and procedures that delivers results for a fraction of the time and effort we would normally put or invest in. Let’s be honest, a lot of us loves a quick fix, especially for us millennials who can barely keep up with our busy schedule. If you’re ready, read on ahead to get started …

SculpSure is FDA-approved for the non-invasive reduction of fat in the abdomen, thighs, and love handle areas. SculpSure lipo laser treatment contours the body by safely melting away unwanted fat for good without surgery or downtime.

In order to deliver an exemplary guide, I’ve personally consulted the guidance of Dr. Peter Neumann (board-certified Plastic Surgeon, practicing in the North Shore area for over 34 years) of Nassau Plastic Surgical Associates.

    This is a new machine called Sculpsure and it is made by the company Cynosure. It is a Laser. The way that it works is that we apply it to the outside of the skin, it shoots energy through the skin without affecting the skin at all. Then the energy is absorbed by the fat (approximately a CM and a half below the surface of the skin). The fat cells then swells and bursts. You won’t feel that. The fat is then dissolved. Then the dissolved fat is absorbed by the body anywhere between 6-12 weeks. – Dr. Neumann (bio)

How Does It Work?

sculpsure According to Dr. Neumann the way that it works, the applicator is applied for a total of 25 minutes treatment. During the procedure patients can read a magazine or a book, blog or engage on social media, watch a video or even talk on the phone. His only request is to avoid moving too much to keep the paddles of the applicator in place.

There will be some cooling, then some heat. Almost like a cramp where it starts like it’s going to be a cramp and then it gets cold again. It’s basically a wave. That’s the energy being absorbed.

This brand new machine was released end of January 2016 and had been featured on the Dr. Oz show and on TV. In fact Kyle Richards (47) from Bravo’s Real Housewives of Beverly Hills dished out that she had SculpSure treatment to get rid of her muffin top.

The Process

Dr. Peter Neumann is the premier reference center of Long Island for SculpSure.

Sculpsure Results

Aren’t these results amazing? It’s pretty much everything that I can picture it to be! Finally getting rid of those love handles and stubborn fats without having to struggle so much. Obviously it won’t replace working out but it is a good boost and start to get us all paved into the right path. I know personally I’d take the plunge. Realistically speaking — they had me at hello … I meant, Non-invasive. So make sure to come back for my updates!

Feel free to share your thoughts and questions. Until next post!~

Read more about Sculpsure:

  • Kyle Richards talks SculpSure, ‘Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’, and more
  • Kyle Richards: Thanks to Kardashians, JLo, super-skinny look is out
  • How Real Housewives Star Kyle Richards Maintains Her Hot Body at 47
  • ‘I have fat lasered off’: RHOBH star Kyle Richards confesses she has undergone SculpSure
  • Kyle Richards Explains Why She’s So Excited About SculpSure
  • 17 Responses
    • amber edwards
      April 6, 2016

      I am dealing with post baby body. So I’m really tempted by sculpsure. But I think I have a bit I can still go naturally. But I think the concept is fascinating and it may be an option when I hit the plateau and can’t get any more progress regaining by body after having kids.

    • Aubrey
      April 6, 2016

      I’ve heard about this. Very interesting process. Looks awesome

    • Cindy Ingalls
      April 6, 2016

      The more I see about this technology, the more interested I become in it. I like that it is noninvasive and produces great results.

    • Liz Mays
      April 6, 2016

      This sounds like such a cool system. It’s nice that it’s so quick and easy to have done.

    • Elizabeth O.
      April 6, 2016

      I’ve never thought about going through a treatment to lessen my fat, but if I ever have to, I would choose something like this. I don’t want to be opened up or to have tubes sucking the fat from my body. I would rather have a non-invasive treatment!

    • Morgan
      April 6, 2016

      So interesting! I’ve never heard of this procedure but I’m interested to see what further updates you’ll be sharing!

    • Crystal
      April 7, 2016

      My post-baby body just isn’t the same. It is harder to get rid of those problem areas. This sounds like a great solution.

    • Jennifer
      April 7, 2016

      I’ve had this done, and I can say that it works very well. I love the results, and I love that it doesn’t involve ANY invasion of my body.

    • Melissa Bernardo
      April 7, 2016

      I have never heard of this. But it looks awesome!

    • Brittany W
      April 7, 2016

      I had never heard of Sculpsure before! I like that it is a non-invasive option.

    • Nikki
      April 7, 2016

      This is awesome, I’ve never heard this before but it sounds like a great way to out my fat.

    • Ron Leyba
      April 8, 2016

      Heard lots of great things about this procedure. This kind of fat loss treatment seems very effective and practical too. So love this!

    • Rosey
      April 8, 2016

      This is my first to hear of it. Pretty sure it’s got popularity potential in droves.

    • aziel
      April 8, 2016

      I never heard about this but it really look interesting.

    • Kendra
      April 8, 2016

      I’ve never heard of this procedure. Very interesting information. Thanks for sharing!

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