Does Ultrashape work on skinny people?
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UltraShape Removes Fat Pockets in “Skinny” People
Even very lean and athletic people can sometimes have small, resistant pockets of fat, such as those that trouble you on your abdomen and thighs. As long as there is about 2cm of fat in an area that bothers you, UltraShape's ultrasound waves can be used to destroy up to 25% of fat cells in the area, which will then be gradually eliminated from the body over the next few months. Because it is gradual, the fat elimination process with UltraShape tends to look like natural weight loss. As for how the procedure itself is performed and what the settings are, as long as you are confident in your dermatologist's experience with UltraShape, you should not have to worry about that at all. Please see a board-certified dermatologist to find out if you are a good candidate for UltraShape.
Ultrashape in lean patients
We use Ultrashape with high success in patients that have at least 2 cm of fat. UltraShape can be safely used on lean, fit patients with low BMI like you that have isolated areas of fat that is resistant to diet and exercise.
Ultrashape for Skinny People
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UltraShape on skinny people
A great option for superficial fat
How to know if your fat is superficial? You should tighten the muscles over the area that you are considering getting treated and pinch the fat. If you are able to pinch at least one inch of subcutaneous fat, you are a good candidate. If the fat is visceral fat around your organs you will not be able to pinch it. My recommendation is to schedule a consultation with an UltraShape provider in your area. All questions will be addressed at your consultation. The doctor should measure you and take before photographs.
UltraShape is Great for Fat that Resistant to Diet and Exercise
Ultrashape for skinny people
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