How Does the Zerona Laser Work?
The cold laser technology behind the Zerona procedure was shown to exclusively release the cellular contents of fat cells while leaving the capillaries and other cells within the interstitial space intact. The release of the fat cell contents are the result of the disruption of the cell’s membrane. This membrane disruption, called a transitory pore, is the result of low-level laser stimulation.
Through multiple double blind, randomized, multi-site and placebo-controlled studies, the Zerona procedure is proven to be an effective non-invasive fat reduction procedure. Research has shown that patients lost on average 3.72 inches* from the circumference of their waist, hip and thighs, whereas the placebo group only lost an average of a half of an inch. Other studies have shown an average reduction of 5.4 inches.
The Zerona cold lasers provide clients with a safer alternative to surgical procedures, which can result in bruising, swelling and damage to other tissues. There is no need to wear bandages with Zerona and since there is no pain, there is no need for anesthesia. Unlike other non-invasive approaches, Zerona low-level lasers do not rely on heating or freezing tissue, which can cause discomfort. There is no downtime, so clients can resume their normal activities immediately.
*Individual Results may vary