SLIM SCULPT

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Who may use the Slim Sculpt?

The Slim Sculpt system can be used on all skin types and colors. Pregnant mothers are not recommended to use the system.  

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Can all areas of the body be treated?

No, you cannot place pads over the eyes. However, all other areas of the body can be treated. There are specialty size pads for treating specific areas of the body.  

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Is the system successful on obese patients?

YES, however you will require a longer series or multiple series to see results. You can benefit from the sessions and with proper diet and exercise, there will be great results.  

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Is Slim Sculpt Safe?

The system is non-invasive and painless to surgery and other invasive procedures. The client can use the pads before working out or exercising for best results.   

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What does a Slim Sculpt treatment feel like?

Between the treatment pads and the vibrational massage, they feel amazing. Simply wrap or place the pads over the areas to be treated. A slight warming process will take place and a relaxing vibrational massage will start. You can rest or even take a quick nap during your session.  

What type of results can you expect?

Slim Sculpt Light recommends a 20-minute session treatment protocol. These can be given every 2-3 days and should be on a regular basis until complete. The client should be trained in a proper diet and exercise program for the best results. 


In a clinical study, practitioners have reported as much as a 6 inch loss in the patient's waistline upon a completed series of TWELVE 20 minute sessions.    

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How long will your results last?

As long as your  life includes a healthy diet and regular exercise, your results may be long term.  You must know that with a poor diet and no exercise your results may not last long.   

Where do the Free Fatty Acid Go?

  • Once the Free Fatty Acid leaves the cell, it enters the interstitial space.  
  • It is then absorbed by the lymphatic system, bound to the albumin, transported via afferent lymph vessels to the sentinel node, broken down via lipase, and dumped into the circulatory system where the debris can then be processed by the liver (Fatty Acid Oxidations). 
  • Some of the Free Fatty Acids are converted to triglycerides in the liver and returned to the plasma.  
  • The rate of turnover and metabolic disappearance of Fatty Acids from the plasma is known to be extremely rapid as their half-life in the plasma is about 1  1/2 to 2  1/2 minutes.  
  • Free Fatty Acids combine with Oxygen to produce energy. The Free Fatty Acids released from adipose tissue can be utilized anywhere there is energy needed within the body.  
  • The ultimate destination of the released Fatty Acid is the mitochondria of the subject’s cells that require energy. 
  • The Mitochondria is the powerhouse of every cell.  

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