SculpSure is an FDA-approved treatment that uses light-based technology to reduce fat cells in the body.
- No downtime – a get up and go treatment
- Non-invasive, no surgery or incisions
- Deals with stubborn fat when exercise and diet can’t
- 25 minute treatment
- Results in 6-8 weeks
- Few side effects
See SculpSure in action
Studies have shown that SculpSure can reduce up to 2cm of fat over a six-month period.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is SculpSure right for me?
SculpSure is designed for patients in the normal to overweight category on the Body Mass Index (BMI), so people with a BMI of under 30. If you do not fall within this category it may be appropriate for you to undertake other cosmetic treatments before you have SculpSure.
The ideal candidate is someone with stubborn fat around the tummy and/or love handle area.
Does it hurt?
You may experience some discomfort during SculpSure. Most patients describe the sensation as mildly uncomfortable or including short bursts of unpleasant sensations.
“The procedure was a little uncomfortable but was bearable” – Olivia84, Realself
“The procedure was very easy and fast, not nearly as bad as I had anticipated. I maybe had a few short instances of uncomfortable heat, but other than that, I experienced no pain at all” – Madison1116, Realself
What does it feel like?
SculpSure can feel a little tingly, and what you will experience is fluctuations in temperature on the treatment areas. The temperature goes from cold to a sensation of deep warmth intermittently.
What results can I expect?
Results can be seen by six to 12 weeks. Studies have shown that SculpSure can reduce up to 2cm of fat. Results will vary from individual to individual.
How long will results last?
Fat cells are permanently destroyed so if you maintain your current lifestyle there is no reason why the effects cannot last for the long-term.
How long does the treatment take?
The treatment takes 25 minutes and multiple areas can be treated at once. This means you can treat both sides of your abdomen at the same time rather than having to come back for separate sessions.
How many sessions will I need?
This varies from patient to patient, but it is usually complete within 1 to 2 sessions. Your practitioner will have a consultation with you before treatment to plan out what you need.