Adding Body Sculpting to your Aesthetic Practice

Adding Body Sculpting to your Aesthetic Practice

When it comes to aesthetic medicine, there have been new techniques that have been developed that can significantly improve the individual’s physical appearance. One such procedure is called body sculpting. Body sculpting primarily refers to the removal of excess fat from the body using different cosmetic techniques. By doing so, it can help individuals reshape their bodies to one that they are comfortable with. With the proper Body Sculpting Training, you can offer these services to your patients.

The current generation is extremely aware of how they look in public and this can be mostly put down to the celebrity culture that we currently live in. A great amount of negative press is applied to cellulite and fat deposition in different parts of the body. For this very reason, more and more people are now seeking aesthetic procedures such as liposuction to help remove this fat.

If you are currently running an aesthetic practice and have not included body sculpting as a part of it, then you are definitely missing out on not just a huge patient base but also a significant income. Body sculpting procedures such as liposuction require multiple sittings and treatments over a period of 4 to 8 weeks. Procedures are often conducted until the patient is satisfied with the lump that they have achieved. Patients also require constant follow-up to ensure the results that they have obtained following the procedures have remained the same and is not back to its old state.

Performing the procedures will, of course, require some degree of Body Sculpting Training, but this is easily achievable. Furthermore, any expense spent on training can easily be made up from the extensive clientele you will have once you are qualified. New techniques such as CoolSculpting® are becoming popular, particularly because they are FDA approved. Practices that have taken up this procedure as a part of their service have seen a rise of over 60% in their patient base. Over 40% of them come back for repeat procedures, thus becoming long term clients.  

Another technique Vanquish is a non-invasive body contouring treatment and the first that incorporates “focused-field radio frequency” to kill fat cells.  

Exilis is another new technology that uses radiofrequency (RF) energy for body contouring and skin tightening. It is a non-surgical procedure that can reduce fat and firm skin in the face and body. 

StarBody Body Health Program is a leading new technology that is taking the industry by storm! Thanks to the patented StarBody treatment heads EVO3D and EVOSPHERE, the Stretching Cellulaire® generates unique and unequalled stretching movements of the muscle cells, epidermis, dermis and hypodermis but also of the connective tissue surrounding them (blood capillaries, lymphatic capillaries, collagen and elastin fibres). Cells stimulated this way will result in the activation of natural physiological processes. Neither the hand nor any other technique can reproduce the action of the double skin fold. The Cellular Stretching® method is 100% natural, painless, respecting the physiology of the body and allowing to treat all skin types including the most fragile ones. Of course, there are other procedures that can be offered as well, so the benefits are even more!

Adding body sculpting to your practice is not difficult either. Once you have received the required Body Sculpting Training to perform the different procedures (or the sole procedure you wish to offer at your practice), a little investment is required in equipment. Advertising the service through your website or word of mouth will start to bring in customers within a short span of time.



If you are looking to expand your practice and bring in an additional sizeable income in the future, then adding body sculpting to your armor is definitely the way forward. The benefits are immense and there is no doubt it will increase your patient base significantly.

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