Radios are not just used by sporting fans to catch up on the latest scores, little children to replace paper cups connected by string and by everyone else to keep from hurting themselves on the steering-wheel when they pass out from sheer boredom. The greatest invention since the sticky note and more versatile than the ziplock bag, radios are good for more than just dancing in your car. Find out what else the radio is good for and save up to 55% on radio-frequency body sculpting sessions at Laser Lounge.
Whenever people start discussing excess weight, they compare balloons. Balloons fed with lasagne and cookies daily turn into the type that could float a deck chair with diet and exercise turn them into the sad, deflated type you see on the wall two-weeks after a birthday party. If fat cells really were balloons, radio-frequency body sculpting would be like that little kid with a mean-streak and a sewing pin, popping all of them. Though, with more benefits than a holiday in the Bahamas, radio-frequency body sculpting is far preferable to letting a toddler treat you like a pin-cushion.
By treating your fat cell like plates at a Greek wedding, the low-frequency ultrasound treatment does more than just help you shed unwanted kilograms. Using top of the range technology like something out of a Bond movie and highly professional therapists, you can contour your body without spending three hours a day in the gym. Almost instantaneously, the quick treatment gives cellulite the metaphorical boot, tones the body and can even get rid of wrinkles. While one treatment will have long-lasting body contouring results, whoever said less is more has obviously never seen the results of three body sculpting sessions, which can take inches from whichever area of the body you choose.
The non-invasive treatment doesn’t involve anything surgical like little doctors with sharp objects or anaesthetic that leaves you woozy for days, so the minute you walk out of the trendy clinic you’ll be able to enjoy the feeling of being inches smaller.
FM Fact: A radio station in the Cayman Islands is claiming that their solid gold radio-towers can actually improve metabolism and help listeners lose weight, but only if they tune in at 3am.