Start Non-Invasive SculpSure™ Treatment Now and Be Swimsuit Ready for Summer

Nothing fills women (and some men, as well) with more dread than trying on bathing suits. Most people feel relieved this time of year, knowing they don’t have to wear a revealing one or two piece for many months. So, they put the idea of what they look like in a swimsuit out of their mind while focusing on winter fashion and keeping warm.

But now is precisely the time you should be thinking of what you’re going to look like while strolling around the pool or beach. Now is the time to start working on slimming and shaping your figure. You can cover yourself up in bulky sweaters and coats now, but summer is just a few months away.

For those who’ve tried and failed to slim down with traditional methods such as diet and exercise, SculpSure is a non-surgical fat removal treatment that may be your best bet to look better in a bathing suit.

What is SculpSure?

SculpSure is an FDA-approved laser treatment that targets unwanted fat cells on your abdomen, flanks (sides of the torso), back, and inner and outer thighs. It basically helps shrink all the areas that would be revealed in a bathing suit.

SculpSure uses appropriate wavelengths to heat fat cells beneath your skin’s surface to melt them away without damaging surrounding skin. As these targeted fat cells slowly die off and leave your body naturally, you notice a slimmer, improved body shape.

The treatment takes about 25 minutes and is fairly comfortable. No anesthesia is necessary, side effects are minimal, and no downtime is needed. Most people return to their daily activities immediately after the procedure.

SculpSure isn’t a weight loss procedure or a substitute for healthy eating and exercise. But it can help you improve your figure, look better in a bathing suit, and boost your confidence without the expense, risk, or downtime of surgery.

Why start SculpSure now?

One of the best things about SculpSure is that results happen gradually and appear natural. No one will question if you had the procedure. They’ll only notice your great figure or physique.

But, because the tightening of your problem areas happens slowly and naturally, full results can take about three months to show. Most people, however, start to see their bellies shrink or thighs thin out within six weeks.

If you schedule a SculpSure treatment now, or soon, your full results likely will appear just in time for bathing suit shopping and bathing suit wearing. Plus, some people need more than one treatment — depending on their desired results — so you want to leave enough time for your figure to look its best by summer.

SculpSure permanently eliminates your unwanted fat cells. However, new fat cells can form, so it’s important to eat well and exercise to maintain your new and improved figure.


Ready to start SculpSure treatments now so that you look your best in a bathing suit by summer? Call Dr. Laura Riehm at Skin Deep Laser MD in Fort Worth, Texas, to find out if you’re a good candidate for this procedure, or make an appointment online.

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