Strawberry Laser Lipo

Laser Lipo Inch Loss


When the laser paddles are placed on the skin, the cold red laser beams penetrate the skin just deep enough to reach the layers of fat. When the light hits the fat cells, a rapid chain of events takes place. Firstly, pores form on the cells causing them to spill out. The water, Glycerol and fatty acids move into the interstitial space beneath the fatty layer in the skin. Then further water, fatty acids and Glycerol spill out. The adipocyte cells are therefore reduced in size.
These effects do not affect the neighbouring structures such as the skin, blood vessels or nerves.
The lymphatic system then removes the fat through the venous system, where they are processed in the same way as fatty foods that are digested.
For clients with darker skin ( Fitzpatrick scale 3 - 6) we recommend 8 to 10 laser bars. This will remove the possibility of hypopigmentation as the laser exposure time is only 10 minutes.

Eye bags: (Transconjunctival Blepharoplasty)


As you grow older, the chances of developing bags under your eyes increases. There are a number of factors that can cause eye bags to form. First, the fat around your eyes can place excessive pressure on the skin, ligaments, and muscles around your eyes, causing them to become loose. The extra fat then gets behind your eyelid's support wall, causing them to appear baggy. Baggy eyes can also occur when the skin becomes too relaxed, which results in too much skin in the area. In other cases, the eyelid's muscles become thickened. For some people, puffy eyelids can interfere with vision.

In addition, your skin becomes thinner and less elastic as your grow older. It is also a condition that can be hereditary. The bags under your eyes make you look older and create a perpetually tired look. With laser, non invasive cosmetic treatments, however, your face can look younger and more alert.

The treatment of eye bags involves the use of two different laser heads. The first laser acts a similar way as Laser Lipo and inch-loss. This reduces the levels of fat in the area and tightens the skin. The fat cells are not damaged but simply emptied of the water, glycerol and fatty acids.

The second laser is used to penetrate deeper into the skin and is used to address the hypo-pigmentations (Melasmas, Cholasmas and dark circles). The laser stimulates the body’s natural defence system, which in turn triggers mast cells to visit the area. These will also induce collagen remodelling and some elastin fibre remodelling, which can help the skin look more normal.