WHAT IS EXILIS BODY CONTOURING?

Exilis body contouring is an FDA-approved ultrasonic treatment to reduce fat deposits and cellulite and promote collagen production on the:

  • Face
  • Neck
  • Arms
  • Abdomen
  • Upper back around the bra line
  • Sides (love handles)
  • Inner and outer thighs
  • Front of the leg above the knees

DOES EXILIS WORK?

Exilis involves the use of sophisticated ultrasonic technology and controlled, adjustable heat that precisely targets and breaks up deeper layers of fat and shrinks fat cells. During the heating process, the surface temperature of the skin is carefully regulated to protect its delicate structures. An outstanding benefit of Exilis is that it promotes the growth of new collagen, which helps tighten and firm the skin.
Exilis is noninvasive, virtually painless, and it requires no anesthesia and no down time. Safe and comfortable, Exilis treatments take 20 to 40 minutes depending on your needs and body contouring goals.

WHO CAN HAVE EXILIS BODY CONTOURING?

Exilis is ideal for men and women with mild-to-moderate fat deposits that do not respond to diet and exercise. It is safe for all ages and all skin types.
If you are pregnant or nursing, have a pacemaker or other implanted devices, or if you have a skin disease at the treatment site, you should not have cosmetic Exilis treatments.

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Exilis Body Contouring FAQs
Will I lose weight with this procedure?

Exilis is not meant for weight loss and is not a replacement for healthy diet and exercise. This treatment is ideal for those who have a small stubborn area of fat that they have not been able to shed.

How many treatments will I need?

Exilis is done in a series of 4 treatments that are spaced 1-2 weeks apart.

How soon will I see results?

Some clients start to see results just a few weeks into their treatments, but your full results cannot be fully appreciated until 3 months after your last treatment.

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