Newsletter May 2015

TARGETED FAT REDUCTION WITH EPOREX MESOTHERAPY

 

Targeted fat reduction allows fat loss from specific areas of the body where it is difficult to lose weight through dieting.

 

When we diet, we lose weight six time more readily from the upper body than from the lower body and so problem areas of fat around the stomach, buttocks and thighs can seem almost impossible to shift. With the Eporex Fat Reduction Treatment it is now possible to target and lose specific fat stores. The Eporex delivers a combination of ingredients into the problem fat, the key one being L-Carnitine. L-Carnitine exists naturally in the body and is responsible for metabolising fat. Stored fat from the targeted areas is mobilised, releasing the fatty acid into the blood stream. L-Carnitine attaches itself to the fatty acid and carries it into the area of the cell that converts fat to energy, the mitochondrion. Other ingredients derived from herb and vegetable extracts improve metabolism, tighten and tone the skin, reduce fluid retention and the chance of constipation.

You are recommended to adopt an eating plan and increase your activity levels throughout the course to achieve dramatic results. The treatment is not a miracle cure, it can release the stored fat and make it burn more easily, but if carbohydrate intake is not reduced, the fat will not be burnt and will settle again in those problem areas.

 

Aims of treatment

  • Target and remove specific problem areas of fat
  • Increase metabolism and reduce the risk of constipation
  • Improve circulation
  • Reduce fluid retention
  • Tighten and tone the skin

 

This treatment is suitable for men and women of any age and skin colour wishing to lose weight and reduce specific areas of body fat.

 

Contra Indications

 

Eporex Mesotherapy treatments should not be carried out if the client is fitted with pacemaker, has recently had a serious medical condition, is pregnant or breast-feeding or suffers from severe asthma or epilepsy. A full consultation is given prior to your first treatment.