What is LipoLaser?

Yolo curve LipoLaser offers a safe and effective spot fat reduction solution.

How Does It Work?

The laser energy safely penetrates the skin targeting the fat cells (Subcutaneous layer).

The Science

The science behind the YOLO Curve LipoLaser lies in its ability to stimulate the release of triglycerides from the targeted fat cells.

What Can I Expect?

Most patients will see measurable results after their first treatment.

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Average loss of 3-12 inches or more with a treatment series. Some patients have lost much more. Patient results may vary depending on age, health, exercise level, diet, and other factors. Typical treatment time is 3 times per week for 2 to 3 weeks. Not all patients are candidates for this treatment or accepted for this treatment. Diet and exercise need to be part of factors. Diet and exercise need to be part of any program to reduce fat for long term results. The YOLO Curve is a trademark of Yolo Medical. Health Canada Indication Use: The YOLO Curve LipoLaser is a non-invasive low-level laser therapy device indicated for use in body contouring and temporary reduction in appearance of cellulite. The device utilizes cold red laser for deep tissue warming to enhance microcirculation for the reduction in the appearance of cellulite. FDA Indication Use: The YOLO Curve LipoLaser is intended to emit energy in the visible and infrared spectrum to provide topical heating for the purpose of elevating tissue temperature for the temporary relief of minor muscle and joint pain and stiffness, minor arthritis pain, or muscle spasm; the temporary increase in local blood circulation; and/or the temporary relaxation of muscle. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease. It is important to know, 100% certainty of success cannot be assured as with any medical procedure. It is also important to note that in the vast majority of cases, supported by numerous clinical studies, patients achieve satisfactory results. Results may vary and therefore not meet expectations of all patients completing a full series of treatments.