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The Real Reason You Can't Shift That Stubborn Fat & How Sculpsure Can Help

The Real Reason You Can't Shift That Stubborn Fat & How Sculpsure Can Help

We are led to believe that fat loss is simply a question of enough exercise and the right diet. Yet so many of us stick to a good exercise regime and a healthy eating plan and still can’t get rid of stubborn fat around the tummy, thighs and hips. Why?

Infographic: All You Need to Know About Liposuction

Here is an infographic kindly supplied to The Consulting Room by Dr. Alia Nasser from The Verve Cosmetic Clinic & Medispa in Syndney, Australia looking at all you need to know about Liposuction, including how it works, the anaesthetics used, the best candidates, the benefits and complications.

A guide to choosing the right procedure and clinic to suit your needs

Antonia Maraconda a.k.a The Cosmedic Coach discusses her experience of deciding to undergo Liposuction. How do you decide what Clinic / Treatment is right for you? What should you ask your surgeon?

Does Liposuction reduce the risk of heart disease and high cholesterol?

does Liposuction to remove excess fat going to prevent heart disease? Many people think this is true - if weights is a factor of heart disease that surely removing the fat from excercise of liposuction is the same right? This is not true.

My favourite non-surgical treatment - Fractional C02 Laser

New technologies are being launched all the time and the challenge for practitioners is to look beyond the marketing and separate the good science from the bad. We aquire aesthetic equipment only after careful research and so far have been very pleased.

France reverses the decision to Ban all Non-Surgical Lipolysis

Recently, we reported that the French High Authority on Health (HAS) had prohibited the use of all non-surgical Lipolysis cosmetic procedures. However, The French Supreme court issued an injunction against the decree citing inconsistencies in the broad range of excluded practices

Treatment options for excessive underarm sweating

Excessive underarm sweating is a very common condition but often not recognized or treated. Medical definitions have looked at quantifying the amount of sweat produced but for all practical purposes any sweating that interferes with normal living is considered as hyperhidrosis.

Non-Surgical Lipolysis Banned in France

According to an article in French magazine Anti-Age, the French High Authority of Health (HAS) has recently prohibited the use of a variety of different lipolysis (fat killing) cosmetic procedures.

Body Mass Index (BMI) versus waist-to-hip ratio

The most common method of assessing body weight in clinical practice is the body mass index (BMI), however many studies now show that BMI is a poor discriminator of cardiovascular risk at an individual level and should not be used as the sole measure of obesity.