mellejane

Location: Perth, Australia
Member since 12/8/2011

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  • 12 total posts
  • 2 reviews
  • 10 comments

Reviews by mellejane

Zeltiq - Perth, Australia

I had my lower abdominal treated. I had the option of the smaller instrument, but they told me the larger is more effective, sometimes creating a noticeable 'ledge' on the upper that may also need to be treated later. If it works that well, I will have no issues with getting another... READ MORE

6 Months Post Op - Perth, Australia

I had my surgery the last day of June 2011. The surgery itself was fine, and pain in recovery moderate. After a month or so I became concerned that my nose was too upturned, and the nostrils more visible (ala miss piggy), but I read lots of reviews and tried to believe my surgeons remarks... READ MORE

Recent comments from mellejane

Wow Debbie those patches sound good, I agree you cant put a price on your comfort. I am jut sorry you are still in pain, and hope my review in no way underestimated the discomfort levels. I am terrified of the thought of pain, but I... READ COMMENT

Well thats very interesting re the stock, thankyou very much for sharing. My itching and numbness lasted for a while, even now there is a very slight sensation when I scratch my tummy. I can only remark that this may be a very good sign... READ COMMENT

Yes I also got the distinct impression that every time they turn the machine on they are accountable to Zeltiq. I would also think that Zeltiq wouldnt allow these providers to overcharge too much either, but of course I have no idea of... READ COMMENT

Yes dont forget this is Perth, Australia. We can pay more for many cosmetic procedures, even in comparison to the Eastern States of Australia. The smaller attachment was $900 but I opted for the large which is usually $1800 but they had... READ COMMENT

Thanks everyone, its really exciting actually. Good Luck Debbie, and I hope you are not feeling too much discomfort, just remember it will be worth it. I guess the only thing I can add to readers from a totally non medical viewpoint... READ COMMENT