The search for a shapelier silhouette continues to drive patients to seek aesthetic therapies, but not everyone is willing to go under the knife to lose inches.  So if you're looking for a non-surgical fat reduction method, try Exilis.

Exilis is FDA-approved device, designed to remove unwanted body fat. Exilis delivers radio frequency waves that, according to the manufacturer, melt fat which is then carried through the lymphatic system and urinated out of the body.

What makes this form of radiowave energy so powerful?  There are several machines on the market that use radiowaves alone, or combined with other forms of energy that can tighten the skin, or treat cellulite, but none can promise actual circumferential reduction until now.  Here's why:   Fat cells are actually stored in the body in lobules that are clustere.  These clusters are wrapped in a fibrous tissue layer like a hairnet that holds them together.   This fibrous tissue layer makes it virtually impossible to reach the fatty clusters without a liposuction cannula—until now.

The Exilis uses radiofrequency energy to volumetrically heat the deeper tissues and to ramp up the metabolic activity of the fat cells, causing them to shrink.  The patient satisfaction rate is high, with circumferential reductions ranging from 4 cm to 15 cm of volume loss after 4 treatment sessions spaced at 2 week intervals.  All of this occurs in a safe, painless, and quick 20 minute office procedure with no downtime or limitations on your activities. 

Exilis is producing better and faster results with fewer and shorter treatments than any procedure / technologies currently on the market. The new non-invasive treatment for the removal of fat tissues from problematic body areas is an effective option for skin-tightening, rejuvenation and body sculpting.