ARM LIFT

 

ONE OF THE MAIN REASONS TO AVOID WEARING SLEEVELESS TOPS AND DRESSES IS DUE TO DREADED BINGO WINGS. THE UPPER ARMS ARE A FRUSTRATING - SOMETIMES EMBARRASSING - AREA OF CONCERN FOR MANY WOMEN, ESPECIALLY IF YOU ARE FIT AND WITH LOW BODY FAT.

 

Workouts for biceps and triceps are unlikely to firm arm fat. Surgery is an option but leaves a visible scar. Instead, there are several non-surgical arm lift treatments that are highly effective against unwanted arm fat and crepey, sagging skin on the inside of the upper arms.

 

CoolSculpting® can significantly reduce unwanted arm fat.

 

 

 

ARM LIFT

 

ARM FAT UNDER THE ARMS IS USUALLY CAUSED BY A BUILD-UP OF FAT, WHICH MANY POEPLE FIND DIFFICULT TO GET RID OF SIMPLY BY GOING TO THE GYM. AS WE AGE, OUR BODY STORES FAT IN VARIOUS AREAS, SUCH AS ARMS, WHICH BECOMES MORE EVIDENT THAN OUR LEAN MUSCLES. OUR RATE OF METABOLISM ALSO DECREASES, MEANING FEWER CALORIES GET BURNED. 

Although tricep dips may not get rid of bingo wings with long term results, CoolSculpting® is a non-invasive treatment that can effectively reduce these areas.

CoolSculpting is the ONLY Medical Grade, FDA-cleared, non-surgical fat reduction treatment which delivers proven results without surgery, anaesthesia or downtime. 1 This non-invasive, fat freezing (cryolipolysis) treatment is a body contouring method that reduces fat cells in flabby arms with results that are long lasting and noticeable. And with the introduction of the new CoolAdvantage Petite, specifically designed to treat the unique shape of the upper arms, getting rid of these stubborn areas of fat are even easier.

Your practitioner will use the CoolSculpting applicator to target areas of arm fat specifically.

 

BINGO WINGS - 2 CYCLE £1,600

 

CONSULTATION FEE £30 (NON REFUNDABLE / INCLUDED IN THE PRICE OF THE TREATMENT)

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DEPOSIT £370

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PAYMENT PLAN - £100 FOR 12 MONTHS

 

 

 

*DISCLAIMER Patient experience and results may vary. These are dependent on a number of factors such as lifestyle, age and medical history.

 

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