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It’s no secret that non-surgical body contouring treatments are sought-after more than ever, and one innovation is leading the way.
"SculpSure really lets us do what people are asking us for—to change their shape," explains New York plastic surgeon, Lawrence Bass, MD.
SculpSure is an excellent option for both men and women in search
of a plastic surgery alternative that yields results but doesn’t require incisions or anesthesia.
During the procedure, laser applicators attach to a belt
that the patient wears around the treatment area. Once the treatment starts,
the applicators become cool followed by intermittent laser energy
that effectively targets fat for the duration of the session. The cooling
mechanism allows the laser to effectively target fat cells
beneath the skin safely and without irritating the skin. Once the treatment
is complete, there is truly zero downtime, and patients can go on with their daily activities.

"My patients are able to come in for a quick visit and then return to their busy schedules without any downtime,"
says Philadelphia dermatologist Nazanin Saedi, MD. Results vary by patient, but for
the most part, you can notice a difference as early as six weeks following the treatment, which is when the body begins to naturally eliminate the dead fat cells.

Optimal results are seen at 12 weeks. Over the course of the 12 weeks following the procedure, the
body’s lymphatic system naturally eliminates the destroyed fat
cells. Once the fat cells are destroyed, they can no longer regenerate.

"The results have been AWESOME!

I’ve lost almost three inches off my waist, which I never thought possible after having a baby. My clothes absolutely fit better! I don’t have that muffin top thing going on anymore. I’m definitely more confident, and it also motivates me to keep going and keep working out. If you feel good about yourself, it really can enhance the rest of your life. I’m really happy that I chose to come and have my consultation and go for it! Even with diet and exercise, some areas of the body still store that stubborn fat that can seem impossible to lose. If you’re considering SculpSure, consult with a licensed practitioner to discuss your goals and how many sessions will yield the best results. With no downtime, customizable treatment plans and FDA-clearance on multiple body areas, there’s no excuse to not consider SculpSure as a means to permanently wipe out fat cells. Physicians were compensated for their product endorsements. Cynosure and SculpSure are registered trademarks of Cynosure, Inc. A Smarter Way to Sculpt is a trademark of Cynosure, Inc. Hologic, Inc. owns exclusive rights to photography. Use of photography without written permission of Hologic is prohibited.

The preferred method of removing a tattoo is by laser. Owning and operating a laser removal system is generally handled by a dermatologist, a medical specialist who charges according to a steep fee schedule. There are other methods of tattoo removal including: micro-dermabrasion (sanding of the skin); cryosurgery (freezing the skin and ink); surgical excision (cutting the ink out) and burning/scarring (burning or branding the skin). Laser tattoo removal is currently the safest and least painful option. Targeting only the ink is the feature most desired during laser tattoo removal. The laser pulses light down into the depth of the skin where the ink resides. The light pulses break up the ink into micro fragments which are absorbed by the lymphatic system and carried off as waste.

The lasers only target the specific color of ink programed, so it is important to get pure ink colors while getting a tattoo. Tattoo artists use all kinds of ink, so ask first or better yet, get and keep a sample of the ink used in your tattoo. The lasers do not normally target normal skin pigment. It may take an expert in tattoo ink to program the wavelengths, depth and duration of the laser light pulses. Don't skimp on the costs when it comes to tattoo removal. Creams sound cheaper and perhaps more effective than laser tattoo removal. The truth is that is will take months of dedicated applications of the creams and balms to achieve the best results. If the tattoo is small, you may want to try the creams first.

All of the tattoo removal creams work on the same principal. They are microdermabrasion systems and they do remove and/or bleach the skin. Rumor has it that Michael Jackson used these creams to lighten his natural skin pigment. Bleaching creams obviously worked for him, but you will have to keep using the cream as the pigment will eventually return. The most effective cream found during my research is WreckingBalm which is available from many reputable stores like WalMart. It is also available through online outlets, but be sure to buy from a recommended store. Using excision, freezing, burning and scarring to remove a tattoo is incredibly painful.

When you got your tattoo, you had no idea you were ever going to want to get rid of it, but things change. That is why you should never get someone's photo or name as a tattoo. Think through the tattoo process. You may have your tattoo for the rest of your life. Excision is the actual cutting and removal of the epidermal layer containing the ink. If the ink is very deep, skin grafts may be needed to cover the area. This is the most dangerous way to remove a tatt. Infection and gangrene are a serious consideration. Freezing and burning are quite similar.

They destroy the epidermis and thereby the ink carried in the layer of skin being frozen or burned. This process is very effective, yet very painful and it will leave a permanent scar. Only a dermatologist should perform such a procedure. Scarring has become rather popular lately. Small metal rods are heated to some extreme temperature and briefly applied to the tattoo much like a branding iron. Some tough guys like to do this without any sort of anesthesia. Multiple applications are needed to eradicate the tattoo, but skilled branding artists (as opposed to tattoo artists) can also create patterns and a new kind of tattoo-like impression in the skin.

Do you have a tattoo? Do you think tattoos should be removed? No, tattoos are permanent and that's the end of that. Yes, if you ever want to be employed. Yes, if the tatt is bad or I don't like it. Yes, and I think that branding thing is the way to go. H2Ocean Ultimate Tattoo Care Kit, 6.2 OunceThe ultimate tattoo care aftercare kit is essential for all healing stages of your new tattoo and can be used after healing on existing tattoos. This kit is designed to cleanse your tattoo while providing nourishment and moisture to your skin. This one of a kind all natural water based aftercare system will keep your new tattoo bright and beautiful for many years to come.

The ultimate tattoo care aftercare kit provides you with a 3 step safe, unscented, and revitalizing skin care regiment that is made for the industry by the industry. Comments - Tell me about your tattoos! Submit a CommentYou Must Sign In To CommentTo comment on this article, you must sign in or sign up and post using a HubPages Network account. Real, you have the cutest tattoos I've ever seen! I wish I were brave enough to get one. Besides Bob having a fit, I'm afraid of those little tiny needles. Ok, I can handle the big needles, but the little tiny ones make me cringe. I have four tats.

I wouldn't want to get rid of any of them. I made sure I took a long time choosing what I wanted and they are in places that can easily be covered. I'm having a professional meeting or event - I cover them. I wear them like art! So useful ;a great share. Got any samples, then? All you can do is try it and see. 500 per square inch around here with no guarantees. Lela, will that Wrecking balm work on a 1/2 sq inch of green ink you think? Green is one of the colors particularly hard to get out as you probably know.

Yea, that branding thing is a terror, right? I would never consider it for myself, but some people actually go for the branding as a first choice, never mind the tattoo, they just want the branding! There are some crazy people in the world. It occurs to me, Lela, that only a dedicated masochist would want a tattoo removed by branding - without any anesthesia. Thanks for this fascinating information and video. Great hub, very informative and well written and a must read for people before getting a tattoo in the first place. I don't have any tattoos, too much of a whimp. I am surprised how many parents are starting to allow their teens to get tattoos.
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