Are you frustrated with stubborn bulges of excess fat that refuse to budge despite your best diet and exercise efforts? Have you noticed the beginnings of sagging, loose skin that could use a bit of a boost? Are you looking for a way to address these issues, but aren’t ready for invasive surgery? If these questions sound like something you’ve thought about, the answer to all three may be as simple as Exilis.

Exilis is a virtually painless and non-invasive procedure that uses a revolutionary combination of ultrasound and radio frequency energies to eliminate excess fat cells nearly anywhere on your body. The energy generated by the combined technologies can deeply penetrate your skin, reaching the fat cells below the surface and heating them to a temperature high enough to damage the cell membrane. The damaged fat cells die off and are flushed out naturally by your body’s lymphatic system, leaving you looking slimmer and more contoured.

At the same time, Exilis is working to tighten the skin around the targeted treatment area. The thermal energy generated by Exilis stimulates the production of collagen in your body, a process that gradually slows as we age. Collagen is a vital protein that is instrumental in helping to maintain the supple tone of our skin. As we age, our existing collagen breaks down and is no longer replenished as quickly, causing our once elastic skin to sag. The heat from Exilis works to boost the collagen production process, to help your skin look tighter, smoother and more youthful.

Exilis is FDA-cleared to treat almost any “trouble spot” on your body, from around your eyes all the way down to your ankles. Equipped with five versatile tips, Exilis can be used safely and comfortably on over 20 areas of the body. Though the energy behind Exilis is thermal, the device features a cooling technology designed to keep the tissues surrounding the treatment areas safe from heat damage while still accomplishing its primary purpose – destroying pesky fat cells and activating the production of new, healthy collagen.