How it works
Incorporating Trilipo with DMA technology for inch loss, body contouring, cellulite reduction, face and body tightening.
TRIPLE ACTION TRILIPO™ TECHNOLOGY
The triple action of TriLipo™ technology consists of RF deep volumetric heating combined with internal muscle contraction and external mechanical force which together yield maximum fat removal and lymphatic drainage as well as skin tightening. The TriLipo™ triple action effect is visible from the first treatment. Long term body shaping is achieved in a minimal number of treatments. The RF energy generates heat through tissue resistance in both the dermal and subcutaneous layers. Selective and focused electro-heating of the skin stimulates and increases fat metabolism in the subcutaneous fat layer and collagen remodeling in the dermal layer. In the subcutaneous fat layer, the thermal effect accelerates the natural fat metabolism process and the release of liquid fat from the fat cells into the extra-cellular matrix. (figure 1)
DYNAMIC MUSCLE ACTIVATION TECHNOLOGY
Drainage of the released liquid fat is accelerated by simultaneously applying internal and external pressure on the fat layer. Internally, TriLipo™ Dynamic Muscle Activation (DMA) pulses stimulate the muscle layer causing the muscle to contract. This contraction elevates the muscle and pushes the fat cells up towards the surface.
Simultaneously, the mechanical pressure of the applicator presses the skin from above. The combined internal and external pressure increases the removal of the liquid fat via accelerated lymphatic drainage. (Figure 2) The simultaneous effect of the RF and the forced drainage results in the homogenous heating and in accelerated blood and lymph circulation that optimizes tissue oxygenation and detoxification. In the dermal layer, focused RF energy heats the collagen fibers causing them to contract, resulting in immediate skin tightening and smoothening. In addition, fibroblasts’ metabolism is accelerated leading to collagen regeneration and long term skin tightening and firming. (Figure 3)