The kit contains a three day one area supply of liquid lipo, it comes with full instructions on how to use.
What is Liquid Lipo?
Liquid Lipo is a revolutionary UK produced approved for worldwide distribution) fat dissolve gel, it is the only one of its kind in the world. It is a topical agent that works in a similar manner to fat dissolve injections, but unlike its more invasive counter part Liquid Lipo has less potential for harmful side effects and works over a larger area, it is more cost effective and has less recovery time.
How does it work?
Liquid Lipo is applied to the skin either on its own using a wrap, or prior to treatments such as cavitation. Much in a similar way to how transdermal patches allow medication to cross the skin Liquid Lipo is infused with high grade essential oils that carry the fat dissolve formula into the tissues; It then travels to and targets fat cells, reducing their size and allowing the fat within to be naturally broken down by the body into water and Carbon Dioxide. These byproducts are then safely excreted via the breathing, the bowel and urine, also via the skin during perspiration. It is important to drink 2 litres of water following treatment to flush out the fat.
Is it safe?
Yes side effects are unlikely and minimal, it should be avoided in areas of broken skin or if you are pregnant or breast feeding. We have sold over 7000 bottles in the last several months and no significant side effects have been reported, it is approved for home use by trading standards.
Does it work?
Yes Liquid Lipo was produced by the top biochemical experts in their field, it follows 3 years of research and clinical trials invloving over 3000 participants. In all cases Liquid lipo was shown to remove fat and not water. Our studies showed that in other topical fat removal products only water and not fat was removed. Liquid Lipo is a proven and effective treatment in the removal of fat.
How long does it take?
Treatment generally takes 1 hour in clinic if using in a wrap, we advise 2 hours if carrying out at home in a wrap, this is because it accounts for user error for example the wrap not being tight enough when applying to themselves.