Treatment to try: Get lipo in your lunch hour with LoveLite UK’s Lipoglaze

When LoveLite UK announced the launch of its new cosmetic beauty treatment Lipoglaze back in July we couldn’t wait to test it out.

The non-invasive fat-reduction system targets stubborn pockets of fat on the legs, hips and stomach that won’t shift through exercise. Liposuction is an option, but it’s riddled with risks and can knock you off your feet for months.

Lipoglaze promises to reduce fat by 26% after just one hour long treatment. Celebs like Binky Felstead and Gemma Collins are all undergoing the treatment to target their lumpy bits because it’s safe, quick and far cheaper than surgical options

To find out more about our experience with the powerful suction pump and cryogenic freezing system click here!

It’s been six weeks since our treatment and our first review, so it’s time to give you an update! Immediately after the treatment we felt a bit dizzy and felt a sore tingling sensation in our stomach (the target area we chose to treat).

After 24 hours we noticed slight bruising and a small amount of discomfort, but it was nothing in comparison to bikini waxing and period pains. Within ten days all of the tenderness had vanished but we did experience some stomach cramps that lasted about a week.

Now for the results! The treatment only promised to reduce fat by up to 26%, so it’s was never going to create an eye-popping change. However, we have noticed a slight smoothing-out of that stubborn roll of fat just below the belly-button.

The treatment itself was quick and with very limited (and painless) side-effects, but it’s hard to ignore the staggering £600 cost. Our advice is, if you’ve got the money go for it. If you haven’t, invest in a pair of great hold-me-in knickers and save your pennies for more important things.

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