Save up to 70% on up to five laser lipo sessions at Cognitive Hypnotherapy
- Save up to 70% on up to five laser lipo sessions
- Non-invasive and painless procedure
- Suitable for both men and women
- Ideal as a gift
- Valid for 3 months
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Much like lions and saturated-fats, lasers have gained a somewhat bad reputation – mostly because of their use on the Death Star and in boring college lectures. As such, they’re often relegated to such mind-numbing tasks as scanning millions of barcodes, or driving the cat insane. Give laser light a well-deserved break and career change when you save up to 70% on up to five laser lipo sessions at Cognitive Hypnotherapy.
- Pay R225 for one session, valued at R570
- Pay R400 for two sessions, valued at R1140
- Pay R850 for five sessions, valued at R2850
With advanced fat-burning technology and a passion for waistline-avenging, the skilled techs at Cognitive Hypnotherapy sculpt silhouettes and pride themselves on being able to offer a svelte physique and erase undesirable inches with their non-invasive laser lipo treatments.
While you do nothing more than kick back in the chic Karaglen Medical Suite, unwanted inches are shaved away with a few well-placed laser heads. Using red laser beams that penetrate the skin just deep enough to reach the layers of fat, the laser light eradicates fat cells by forcing water, glycerol and fatty acids out of your body’s landscape. A totally safe and non-invasive procedure, the treatment doesn’t affect any other tissues and stimulates the lymphatic system to remove the fat. Perfect for any area that has a bit of extra jiggle, whether it’s post-season love handles and hips, or a double chin, the treatment is relatively quick, painless and more effective than three hours at the gym.Slimming Fact: Before the advent of laser lipo, women would cover themselves in orange-juice concentrate and wrap themselves in duct-tape as a means of weight-loss. It was thought that the anti-oxidants in the orange juice would draw fat to the surface, and removing the duct-tape would then take the fat with it.