From a sepia tint to classic grayscale, there is no shortage of editing options to help us look our best on social media. But now a new set of treatments specifically designed to help women look good for social media – without the filters is the desire. Photo-sharing apps like Snapchat and Instagram are thought to be behind a huge rise in young men and women seeking fat reduction treatments.
The treatment – a new combination of Lipofirm body contouring, TriLipo Radiofrequency and Dynamic Muscle Activation (DMA) skin tightening technology – is billed as ‘a simple solution to looking good on social media.
Having been inundated with clients seeking body reshaping and skin rejuvenation to feel more confident both in real life and on social media, the experts believe this is due to celebrity culture.
And while it’s normally middle-aged women seeking out age-defying beautifying treatments, these 30 minute ‘fat-zapping’ procedures are proving most popular with clients under the age of 35.
The procedure costs around £150 per session, with experts recommending between two and six treatments for best results.
Experts say: “Popular treatments include skin tightening, bum lifts and non invasive fat reduction. Natural looking results and quick treatment times make this a popular cosmetic choice”
Lipofirm Pro is a non-surgical treatment loved by celebrities including Kerry Katona and Katie Price, and offers quick, safe and simple skin firming and body contouring designed to offer subtle reshaping results.
TriLipo uses a triple action mechanism to release fat using radiofrequency energy which heats the fat cells and causes them to secrete liquid fat. It then removes the released fat using a lymphatic drainage mechanism DMA (Dynamic Muscle Activation) which also contracts the muscle, before reshaping the skin.
Lisa Harris from Lisa Harris Skin Science said: “The solid science behind this technology is what sets it apart. Younger looking skin for the face and body definitely improves their overall wellbeing and how clients see themselves generally.”