April 26, 2017
LipoZap uses VelaSmooth, and yes they are right. It has been FDA approved, and it is used by multiple companies. It uses radio waves and heat to dissolve fat cells along with an injection of phosphatidylcholine to further dissolve fat. It has a shorter recovery period, but it will not provide the results comparable to liposuction that you might expect when paying $1200-$4500, depending on how many body parts you are having done.
Lipozap is not safe to take if:
- You are under 18 years of age
- You are allergic to soy products
- You are allergic to benzyl alcohol
- If you are pregnant, have recently given birth, or are breastfeeding
- If you are HIV positive or have any severe chronic illness
- If you suffer from an autoimmune disease
- If you suffer from severe cardiac disease
- If you are currently undergoing or have recently had chemotherapy
- If you have active eczema of psoriasis, bleeding disorders, or vascular insufficiency
- If you suffer from severe renal disease, open sores, or skin lesions or infections in the treatment area.
Possible Side Effects
- Severe pain lasting for several days
Overall Impression of Lipozap:
Lipozap is an extremely expensive weight loss solution with quite a few disqualifying conditions. It lacks scientific backing in reality, and while a $10-$30 gamble is acceptable for some, $1200-$4500 is not.