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WHY My Face Looks So FAT? Sounds Familiar? RADIOLYSIS FACIAL FAT SLIMMING PROGRAM

by Belle Ong Consultant

WHY My Face Looks So FAT? Sounds Familiar?

 

Why the person in the mirror looks so bloated? Should I Photoshop my face to look slimmer? Do you find these questions familiar?  Fret Not! You are not the only person with that problem. Even though a bloated face is an aesthetic problem, it could also be some signs of medical condition. According to the Chinese theory, the face is a screen that will show which part of your body is sick and what are the possible ways to treat it. Higher chance is that, if something goes wrong in your body system, your face will probably be the first that you will notice.

 

RADIOLYSIS FACIAL FAT SLIMMING PROGRAM

 

This treatment uses radiofrequency to get rid of the fat so to achieve a better contour of your face. Micro-insulated needle is in touch with the skin underneath where fat cells are hidden. Radiofrequency energy will then be delivered to further break down the fatty tissue in your body that will be drained out from the circulatory system.

3 sessions will be required to allow the doctor to assess, review and sculpt your face to the way you want it. What this program trying to achieve is a slimmer facial contour that can allow you to shine confidently.    

 

Any downtime?

Some mild swelling and redness is unavoidable. But with proper care, you should be able to return to your normal activities in 3 days. Do seek for your doctor’s advice if you have any doubt.

 

Benefits

·         Fats will be reduced at the specific areas without impacting other surrounding areas

·         Common areas like cheeks, double chin can be treated

·         It is able to break down fatty tissue safely and tighten your skin

·         Convenient procedure with minimal downtime

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