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WORTH IT RATING based on 106 reviews

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43%
WORTH IT RATING based on 106 reviews
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This FDA-approved, non-invasive treatment uses low-level ("cold") laser exposure to disrupt fat cell membranes, causing them to leak and the fat cells to then collapse. The manufacturer recommends six 40-minute sessions over a two-week period. Anesthetic is not required and there is no downtime.

Average Price: $1,775

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BIGGEST MISTAKE EVER! Dont believe what everyone says about zerona.. cause i did.. and wasted $2450 . I lost 3 inches.. but i was an 1/2 inch in each place... i look the same and didnt lose a pant size like they said i would.. im soo mad. It seems like alot when they say 3 to 5 inches.. but it... READ MORE

Since it is guaranteed, I asked Med Clinic to ask Zerona Rep if I could re-do. They agreed since I bordered on the "minimum 3 inches". I am 124 lbs, 5 ft tall. The total "accumulative inches" were in my right knee (could it be the measuring tape?), my elbo area (the... READ MORE

I lost a total of 12 inches from my stomach, hips and thighs after Zerona. It is the best thing I have ever done. Pain free, my clothes fit better. I exercise and eat right, but have never been able to accomplish so much, so quickly on my own. It all came back, I tried Zerona again... READ MORE

Don't bother if you want results. Of course I'll decrease the size of my fat cells with exercise and a healthy diet during the next 6 months. I've already tried that, and now I've wasted $2500 that I could have just put toward one of the laser-assisted lipolysis procedures. I sure won't be... READ MORE

Zerona laser does not work or at least not for men. I was already on a very controlled diet for 11 months prior to starting Zerona. I was very active and began a (documented) workout program with a personal trainer during the treatments. For years I have drunk a minimum of 1/2 - 1 full... READ MORE

This treatment is a scam. It does not work and I am very upset that I have given away $3000. First off, you should never agree to a treatment when the first thing they have you do is sign a waiver stating they don't guarantee any results. If it worked they would never have to have you... READ MORE

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