A new breakthrough light-based laser treatment which eliminates fat cells, has just arrived in Adelaide, available exclusively through the Burnside Cosmetics Skin Cancer Centre (BCSCC), located at Burnside Village. This scientifically proven, cutting edge technology, is a simple 25 minute, non-invasive treatment which will reduce unwanted fat by up to 24% leaving permanent results.
The SculpSure laser selectively targets adipose tissue (fat) below the dermis. Over time, the body naturally eliminates the fat cells with positive results seen in as little as 6 weeks with optimal results usually seen at 12 weeks.
Dr Chris Koulos, Founder and lead Doctor at BCSCC, is excited to be the first clinic in Adelaide to offer SculpSure to their patients, “Having listened to our patients, friends and family voice the same concerns regarding areas of their body which make them feel self-conscious we really wanted to find a way of reducing those stubborn pockets of fat without any of the risks or downtime associated with invasive methods such as liposuction.”
“The results I’ve seen with SculpSure gave me the assurance that this treatment will give my patients the confidence they deserve. For me, the best part is that the results are permanent,” continued Dr Chris Koulos. Also offered at BCSCC using the same breakthrough laser technology is PicoSure, the world’s first picosecond aesthetic laser cleared by the FDA. This groundbreaking picosecond technology stimulates the production of elastin and collagen, eliminating unwanted skin pigmentation. This treatment also has a fast recover time and achieves magical results, with minimal downtime.
This PicoSure treatment is also a breakthrough for tattoo removal. Old laser technology related to tattoo removal could often be hugely painful causing blistering and requiring many unpleasant treatments. PicoSure can clear tattoos with less treatment with more effective results, and much less painful.
Dr Chris Koulos is available for interviews to discuss this groundbreaking, cutting edge technology which has already disrupted the market in several parts of globe, including the eastern states of Australia