Get Liposuction During Your Lunch Break

The art of body sculpting

We all lead busy lives these days. What with school runs, meetings, conference calls, presentations, and trying to fit in exercise and downtime, it can be hard to get rid of stubborn fat. If you’re struggling to lose fat in a particular area and just don’t have the time to commit to exercise that you would like, why not schedule a lunchtime liposuction session?

One Visit, One Hour

Many liposuction centers don’t require you to book an initial consultation if you are undergoing a basic procedure. In fact, they will simply make a pre-procedure phone call and send you a few forms to fill in. Take the forms along to your appointment and make your payment when you schedule the session. You won’t need anyone to go with you, you will be able to drive back to work yourself.

The Benefits of a Lunch Break Lipo Session

There are several advantages to having lipo during your lunch break, including:

  • 30 – 45-minute procedure
  • No sedation or general anaesthesia
  • Walk in and walk out, no extra driver required
  • Return to your daily grind immediately

Different Liposuction Technologies

Most liposuction centers offer several different methods:

Typically, the lunch break liposuction procedure uses the latest lipo methods to melt away those unsightly pockets of fat and have you back at the office in no time at all. These techniques and technologies are much safer and far more precise than the crude fat extraction techniques of yesteryear. Particularly, the Vaser Lipo system maximizes fat extraction without compromising a patient’s safety or comfort levels. The technique focuses on ultrasound energy to get rid of those fat cells without effecting the surrounding tissue, veins, and nerves. The result is less downtime and faster healing. The procedure also works to tighten your skin. So you can return to the office feeling like a brand new person!

Vaser Liposuction Perth

Which Part of the Body Should You Have Liposuction On?

Doctors and surgeons have gone to great lengths to perfect liposuction techniques and can comfortably work on nearly any part of the body with minimal to no sedation. The most common areas people choose to have lunchtime lipo on include the neck, hips, upper arms, lower back, and inner thighs. Each area takes around 45 minutes to complete. The area being worked on is given a local anaesthesia and patients can walk in and out within the hour.

Lunchtime lipo is usually limited to one area at a time. If you feel you need liposuction in more areas, such as larger body parts or the stomach, you will need oral sedation and a longer time away from the office.

A same-day liposuction procedure is the perfect solution for busy workaholics who just don’t get the time to eat right and exercise. However, you will need to start doing so to keep the areas toned and trim. Be sure to consider packing healthy lunch alternatives and at the very least, taking the stairs!

Do’s and Don’ts of Removing a Tattoo

Tattoo That is regretable

Did your tattoo turn out completely different from what you had in mind? Did you realize that Chinese character on your arm is actually a rude word? It’s probably not your proudest moment, but don’t despair, nowadays there are secure, professional ways of removing a tattoo.

However, here are some important do’s and don’ts you may want to bear in mind before and during your sessions, to prevent any unwanted complications.

DO’s

  1. Share information about medical conditions and medicine you’re taking.

It is important to tell your tech about any medical conditions you may suffer from, particularly skin disorders and immune system diseases, as well as all the medication you are currently taking, as they may lead to complications during and after your tattoo removal sessions. Don’t hesitate to let them know if any changes occur on the health and medication front.Progression of tattoo removal

  1. Wear sunscreen.

Although it is always recommended that you use sunscreen, for health reasons, it is even more critical that you do so when undergoing tattoo removal treatment. Laser tattoo removal works by targeting dark pigment, which means that getting a tan puts you at risk of complications.

  1. Report allergic reactions.

Some types of tattoo ink, blue and red ink in particular, contain toxic minerals (like cobalt and mercury), which can cause allergic reactions. If you developed such reactions when you first got the tattoo, they tend to recur when trying to get it removed, sometimes taking severe forms, so you should definitely report allergic reactions before starting your sessions.

DON’Ts

 

  1. Don’t try laser tattoo removal if you are or may be pregnant.

The toxic components of some inks are a high risk factor for pregnant women, so if you are or suspect you may be pregnant, you may want to reschedule that tattoo removal job.

  1. Don’t get a tan (spray tans included).

For reasons already mentioned above, you should avoid at all costs getting a tan before going in for your tattoo removal sessions. This goes for a spray tan as well. In case you already got a spray tan, be sure to clear the skin portion which will be subjected to tattoo removal treatment.

before and After tattoo removal from neck

  1. Don’t take antibiotics.

A side effect of antibiotics is increasing your skin’s sensitivity to light, which is not something desirable when undergoing any kind of laser procedure. For health and safety reasons, avoid antibiotics while undergoing tattoo removal treatment. If you have been on antibiotics, you should wait at least 3 to 10 days for them to be out of your system before going in for a laser tattoo removal job.

  1. Don’t have unrealistic expectations.

Removing a tattoo takes time. Most people will need an average 10 sessions to get a tattoo completely removed, but this may vary depending on several factors, from its location and ink color to environmental factor and one’s immune system. It is important to be patient and follow your tech’s recommendations to get the best results.