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Shaping your body and face without resorting to surgery

By Monday, 02 February 2015 10:41 0
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IF someone said there was a machine out there that could melt fat, contour bodies, tighten loose skin, lift faces and diminish wrinkles, how would you respond? You’d probably be scanning the sky for those flying pigs, right?

But amazingly this machine does actually exist and it’s the answer to so many beauty problems that it’s almost easier to tell you what it doesn’t do and is available now at Medcare clinics in Benijofar and L’Alfaz del Pi.

The Exilis Elite is a radio-frequency device that is taking the medical aesthetics world by storm. It works with controlled energy, delivered to varying depths to perform different functions.

For inch loss and body contouring, it simply can’t be beaten. This non-invasive, no-downtime treatment can shrink fat cells in just about any part of the body, including thighs, underarms, belly and backsides. It is also popular for dealing with bra fat, man boobs and even works on knees. Great for areas dieting and exercise won’t shift.

Medcare’s Dr Najma Hussain, who recently brought the Exilis Elite to her Costa Blanca clinics explained: “You cannot spot reduce with dieting, you will lose weight globally but are likely to be left with stubborn hard to shift fat in certain areas. The Exilis can shrink and shape these areas, and also tightens the skin. There really is no other device that can do all this. About half of patients will lose one to two inches after the first treatment, and with a course of four it is possible to lose up to four inches.”

The treatment itself couldn’t be simpler. During the process a temperature-monitoring hand piece is passed over the skin for 10 to 15 minutes. The patient feels nothing more than a warm sensation.

So, that’s the fat loss, contouring and body skin tightening, which alone would be impressive, but there’s more. A change of setting and Exilis does amazing things to the face and neck. It tightens and improves the look of the skin, lifts the face and reduces lines and wrinkles; quickly making Exilis the go-to machine for non-surgical face lifting.

Dr Hussain said: “Exilis is a popular treatment for tightening the jaw, neck and around the mouth. It even tightens skin around the eyes and eyelids, making eyes look less droopy and more open.”

Top aesthetics doctors and dermatologists are raving about this machine and it has won acclaimed industry awards. Find out for yourself what it can do with a free, no obligation consultation with one of Medcare’s aesthetics experts.

Medcare aesthetics offers a range of skin rejuvenation and medical aesthetics treatments and skincare products, plus cosmetic surgery. For full details visit www.medcarespain.com or call to book a free consultation.


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