Other than being giant fashion accessories to complement an evil super-villain’s quest for world domination, lasers are also helpful for flash-frying fish fingers, pointing out important set décor on the screen in a movie theatre and reducing dimples on legs with no mouths. Shave off excess fatty tissue with today’s Groupon: a non-invasive laser lipolysis session at Silhouette Body Contouring for R150.
Dimples are only cute on a five-year old. And when non-five-year-old-kid-dimples start to turn into containers for fatty tissue much like the cheek pockets of a hamster, it’s probably a good idea to start emptying them out. Breaking down fat cells in your desired areas, the i-lipo laser lipolysis treatment melts fat deposits which are then simply absorbed and expelled through your body’s natural metabolic process. Treating areas like stomach and waistline, hips and thighs, double chin, and a number of other problematic areas, you’ll be geared up for summer with no unnecessary weights wearing you down. With no recovery time needed and no invasive needles poking and prodding like they’re searching for a ripe avocado pear, you’ll be fit to return home immediately after the procedure, with inches lost and model-worthy clothing lined up.
Instead of taking an industrial strength vacuum cleaner to those areas resistant to dieting and physical exercise, shave off the unnecessary baggage with this Groupon. With a guaranteed three to six centimetre loss in the first treatment, the laser technology will painlessly get you on your way to a smooth, sculptured and tightened result. Unlike lypo-suction, no bumps or lumps are left after the treatment, but rather skin is rejuvenated and ready to produce collagen for a healthy elastic appearance. However, to achieve optimum results, eight sessions are advised over a four week period.
Stepping into the cool, calm and non-threatening consultation rooms, the only thing worth worrying about will be that pair of designer shoes you just purchased and the possibility of prune juice being spilled on it by your two year old nephew. Though, with the session giving a tightened end result, all you should be thinking about afterward is the abandoning of that extra luggage and that expedition into long lost jeans that can finally be taken.
Fast Fact: The film Charn’s house, set in Caledon, was rumoured to have had the longest expense list ever recorded in South African documentary history. Apart from tyre replacement, a large portion of the expenses was due to the ridiculous weight-loss diet of the cast which included foods like oatmeal from the volcanoes of Vanuatu and banana bread baked in tagines in the Moroccan dessert.