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What is Exilis Body Contouring and How Does it Work?

Updated: Nov 28, 2023

What is Exilis body contouring? What's the idea behind this treatment, and how does it work?

Exilis | A photo of a woman in a bikini posing to show her body shape

Well in this article you'll learn what Exilis is, and the actual science behind how and why it works. You can treat both face and body with this treatment, but they are slightly different. In these articles, we'll focus on the body-shaping side of Exilis.

By the end of this article, you'll know what this treatment is, and how you'll get body contouring results from Exilis.

What is Exilis Body Contouring?

Exilis body contouring does exactly what the name says. You can contour your body in specific areas to achieve your dream shape.

Exilis | A photo portrait of a man running outdoors

You'll get more into how it works later, but that means you can:

  • Get rid of stubborn fat. This is the kind of fat that just doesn't seem to budge, even after months of strict diets and exercise. These areas of stubborn fat are actually more resistant to fat burning through these methods.

  • Reduce loose skin, such as after weight loss.

  • Reduce cellulite and any excess skin and fat in target areas.

But these Exilis benefits aren't just related to transforming your body. You'll also benefit from reduced health risks with lower body fat. There's a strong correlation between excess fat tissue and health problems, such as heart disease and type 2 diabetes. Reducing your body fat can significantly reduce your risk of heart disease, even if you reduce it through aesthetic procedures.

What's more is that your Exilis body contouring has no downtime, and is non-surgical. This means that you won't have to worry about:

  • Scarring, which is a common outcome after surgical procedures. The scars from liposuction procedures often appear as small dots which can be darker in colour than your skin tone. These scars may fade after 6-12 months.

  • Long recovery times. You can continue going about your day immediately after your Exilis treatment. Surgical procedures and invasive non-surgical procedures often come with downtime, such as no physical activity for up to 6 weeks.

  • Inherent risks during and after your procedure.

How Does Exilis Body Contouring Work?

In order to reduce fat and tighten the skin at the same time, you need two actions. Where usually you'd need two separate treatments, your Exilis body contouring procedure does both at the same time:

  • Radiofrequency waves destroy fat cells during your Exilis treatment. This means that you'll notice a targeted fat reduction in the treated area.

  • Ultrasound waves are a type of sound wave commonly used to create ultrasound images during pregnancy. Ultrasound waves stimulate your cells to produce more collagen during and after your Exilis treatment. Your skin will begin to transform to being tighter and lifted as a result.

The combination of these 2 methods of treatment into one makes Exilis body contouring great for:

Exilis | A portrait photo of a happy woman posing in a bikini
  • Helping in losing weight without ending up with loose skin. You may end up with loose skin after losing a significant amount of weight, especially if you lose it quickly. Losing fat slowly can help to mitigate this, as well as having Exilis treatment during your weight loss journey. Constantly working to keep your skin tight as you gradually lose weight is the best way to avoid excess skin!

  • Lifting, contouring, and toning target areas of your body. This is great as a supplement to your exercise routine!

  • Reducing cellulite in specific areas of your body. We used to believe that it wasn't possible to treat cellulite. That's not the case anymore, however. Reducing or even getting rid of cellulite is now possible, with treatments such as Exilis.

So there you have it. Now you know how you can achieve your dream body shape with Exilis body sculpting treatment.

You should be a lot more confident in your knowledge of Exilis body contouring now, and whether it's right for you. But, we understand you may still want to speak to a professional. Click the button below and fill out the form to book your free consultation with Dr Hala now.

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