Lipotherme vs. Lipovite: Which Treatment Is Right for Me?
If there’s one thing we know about losing weight, it is that no two patients are the same. An individualized treatment approach is the best way to drop those pounds and to keep them off. One of the best ways to find the right weight loss approach is to come see us and learn more about your options so you can find the treatments that work with your lifestyle. Today, let’s learn more about Lipotherme and Lipovite so you can determine which of these powerful treatments might benefit you in your weight loss journey. You don’t have to choose one or the other — both procedures can be used to help you achieve the body of your dreams!
What Is Lipovite?
A cutting-edge tool to aid in your weight loss, Lipovite consists of a series of injections of enzymes, amino acids and vitamins to boost metabolic function, reduce appetite and improve liver function. With just one weekly injection, many patients can lose 2-3 pounds weekly. As an added bonus, some patients find that the injections increase energy, potentially making it easier to take other weight loss steps (like exercise) on your own.
Receiving Lipovite injections only takes a few minutes, with no downtime after the procedure. The injections consist of substances already found in your body.
Lipovite might be right for you if:
- You need a little help jump starting your weight loss.
- You’re making changes in your lifestyle to lose weight, but want to help your body function more optimally.
- You want a non-invasive treatment option with no downtime.
What Is Lipotherme?
Lipotherme is a minimally invasive, laser-assisted liposuction treatment. During the liposuction process, we use laser energy to liquefy fat cells. This makes removal easier and recovery times shorter (many patients can return to most regular activities the very next day). The laser energy has the added benefit of skin tightening, especially important for patients with reduced skin elasticity.
Many patients use Lipotherme to target fat in problem areas (abdomen, thighs, etc.) and to tighten skin after weight loss. It is a valuable tool for reshaping the body. The incisions used are very small and placed in inconspicuous areas. Remember, liposuction isn’t used for weight loss, but body contouring.
Lipotherme might be right for you if:
- You’ve lost weight, but still have localized pockets of fat.
- You want to target fat in specific areas.
- You want to reshape and refine your body.
Losing weight isn’t easy, but you don’t have to do it alone. Come see us at Total Body for personalized advice and treatment to help you lose weight and keep it off.