The developers of LipoZap, MedAesthetica Medical Group, Inc., consider themselves part of the “medical aesthetic field”. LipoZap recently gained attention after being featured on “Good Morning America” and in USA Today and People Magazine. The procedure is touted as a non-surgical alternative to liposuction; however, response is mixed. The official product website is under construction and currently vague about the procedure and its cost. A phone number for more information and a free consultation is provided.
LipoZap – Product Description
LipoZap is a non-surgical procedure using an FDA-approved device for “circumferential reduction” (an undefined term). Another description of the procedure explains that LipoZap uses a laser to reduce fat cells. This is not a do-it-yourself method and must be performed by a doctor. MedAesthetica offers two locations in California. Although LipoZap is a non-surgical process, local anesthesia is required. A small tube (one to two millimeters in diameter) is inserted into the skin, allowing a laser to be directed at fat cells. The fat cells then rupture and can be drained. After LipoZap, the customer must wear a compression garment (a piece of clothing that provides support) for a few days to a few weeks. Recovery time can be considerable. Results will be noticeable in a week and may continue over the course of months. The procedure sounds harmless enough, but many customers report considerable pain during the recovery process. In fact, the number of negative reviews available on the internet is astounding. Not only do customers complain about the pain (calling it everything from “severe” to “horrible”), many also claim that the procedure does not work. LipoZap has a long list of people who are not eligible for the procedure including (but not limited to) anyone under the age of eighteen, women who are pregnant or breast-feeding, and people with chronic illness.
- The device used in LipoZap is approved by the Food and Drug administration.
- The facilities offer free consultations.
- The official product website offers positive customer testimonials with before-and-after photographs.
- The results are fast.
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- MedAesthetica only operates in California.
- The official product website is vague.
- Many independent customer testimonials are negative.
- Some people are ineligible for LipoZap.
- Recovery may be extremely painful.
- The procedure is expensive. (No prices are offered on the website).
- The results may be unreliable.
LipoZap – The Bottom Line
There is something shady about LipoZap, from their uninformative website to their negative customer reviews. One explanation of the procedure offered on the official product website is that it uses an “FDA-approved device for circumferential reduction.” But what is exactly is circumferential reduction? The device used is FDA-approved, but other claims are questionable. The jury is still out on the effectiveness of this very expensive procedure. (No exact price is given, but former customers quote thousands of dollars.) LipoZap’s recovery process can also include severe pain. Perhaps that would be tolerable to some customers if results were guaranteed, but they are not. Seek other weight loss options until more is known about LipoZap.
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