Body Sculpting


  1. Cancer

  2. Cardiovascular disease

  3. Disease of the Lymphatic system

  4. Kidney or Liver disease

  5. Accutane within 6 months of treatments

  6. Pregnant or Breast Feeding

  7. Auto immune disease

  8. Poor wound healing

  9. Uncontrolled diabetes

  10. Pacemaker when using RF


  1. Body sculpting treatments are not for weight loss. It is important to give your client realistic and honest expectations from the very beginning. 

  2. Bulges, muffin tops, skin laxity, and cellulite are all targeted areas.

  3. A healthy diet and water intake are ideal when receiving these treatments. 

  4. The client can expect better results when they walk or exercise. 

  5. Visceral fat (fat behind the muscle) will not respond.

Pre - Treatment Instructions

• Avoid eating 2 hours before treatment if you are treating your stomach/abdomen area.
• Drink (1 gallon) of water per day and follow a low-fat diet to maximize your results.
• Avoid aspirin or anticoagulants if possible as they may cause bruising with a suction device.
• Unprotected sun exposure to the treatment area 2 weeks before treatment can result in complications such as skin burns. SPF 30 is required in the treatment area if it is exposed to the sun.
• Exfoliate the treatment area the day of your treatment.
• Closely shave any hair in the treatment area. If the area to be treated has long hair they will be pulled by the device.
• Avoid creams, moisturizers, self-tanners, or any other topical products on the area to be treated.
• Discontinue the use of Accutane for six (6) months before treatment. • If you are pregnant, we will need to postpone your treatment. You can resume your treatment 3 months after delivery with a release from your doctor.
• You must wait 3 months after liposuction to begin treatments; a release from your doctor is required.
• Avoid the use of Retin-A or any acids that may be irritating to the treatment area 3 days before treatment.
• Please note that you may be more sensitive to the procedure if you are premenstrual or menstruating.
• If you are on antibiotics, you must have had your last dose 10 days before treatment.
• The use of certain medications causing sensitivity to sunlight, (photosensitive) should be avoided, please contact us if you are not sure if your medication is photosensitive. Photosensitive medications may cause skin burns.

Post Treatment Instructions

• Drink (1 gallon) of water throughout the day and follow a low-fat diet to maximize your results.
• Walking for 30 minutes will benefit your body’s response to this treatment.
• The treatment are should not be exposed to the sun. SPF 30 or higher should be applied whenever exposed to the sun.
• Immediately following treatment, the area may show slight erythema (redness) and/or edema (swelling). Itching is possible as well all of which are completely normal.
• Bruising, “Hickeys” or crusting of the skin may also occur, this is possible however contact the office with any concerns you may have.
• Avid exfoliating the treatment area 24 hours post-treatment, avoid exfoliating irritated skin.
• Avoid Retin-A or irritating acids or products for 24 hours following treatment.
• If the skin in the treated area crusts do not rub, pick, or use any kind of exfoliation until the treated area heals. Do not shave the area if crusting is present. Contact the office for care instructions.
• If swelling occurs, apply ice packs. Discomfort or stinging may be alleviated with Tylenol or other pain relievers.