Vanquish vs. Liposuction: What You Need to Know
When it comes to getting rid of fat, sometimes diet and exercise just doesn’t cut it. To eliminate excess mid-section fat quickly, many people think liposuction is their only option.
However, Allure Med-Spa is offering you another solution: Vanquish. Vanquish is a non-contact, FDA-approved Radiofrequency (RF) device that targets fat cells underneath the skin. The machine surrounds the skin like a belt, but without touching the patient.
As the device sends radio waves into the mid-section, the skin is heated to 101 degrees, and the fat cells underneath to 120 degrees. The fat cells melt away and are flushed out by your lymphatic system. The procedure is 100% non-invasive and can eliminate up to 59% of excess mid-section fat.
Liposuction, on the other hand, is a highly invasive surgical procedure involving several incisions, a surgical vacuum (hence liposuction), and pain and swelling that can last for many weeks. Vanquish is the safer, easier, more advanced alternative to liposuction. 21st century people need 21st century procedures.
With Vanquish, you can target fat all the way from your upper back to the outer thighs all at one time. The optimal treatment cycle is once a week for 4-6 weeks, during which there will only be minor swelling or redness, which should go away a few hours after treatment.
As an FDA-approved procedure, Vanquish is a truly revolutionary method for helping you get rid of unwanted fat. No anesthesia and no recovery time make liposuction seem like a surgery of the past by comparison.
The choice is yours: do you want the downtime, pain and invasiveness of liposuction surgery? Or do you want to let the Vanquish device do its work, and get back to your daily routine as soon as it’s finished?
The facts are indisputable: Vanquish is the safest, easiest and quickest way to target unwanted fat on your body. If you still have questions or want to consult about your own Vanquish treatment, just give us a call at (417) 720-1672 or schedule a consultation today!