When the laser paddles are placed on the skin, the cold red laser
beams penetrate the skin just deep enough to reach the layers of fat.
When the light hits the fat cells, a rapid chain of events takes place.
Firstly, pores form on the cells causing them to spill out. The water,
Glycerol and fatty acids move into the interstitial space beneath the
fatty layer in the skin. Then further water, fatty acids and Glycerol
spill out. The adipocyte cells are therefore reduced in size. The
treated area will be measured to assess inch loss achieved and depending
on the client, results are expected to be between 0.5 and 3 inches
Prices for The Strawberry Laser Lipo are
£995 for 8 sessions.
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These effects do not affect the neighbouring structures such as the
skin, blood vessels or nerves.
The lymphatic system then removes the fat through the venous system,
where they are processed in the same way as fatty foods that are
For clients with darker skin (Fitzpatrick scale 3 - 6) we recommend 8 to
10 laser bars. This will remove the possibility of hypo pigmentation as
the laser exposure time is only 10 minutes.
Contra-indications that can’t be carry out within the service
- Currently pregnant
- If you have a pacemaker
- Previous history of cancer
- Diabetes (insulin dependant)
- If you have any kidney or liver problems
- If you suffer from Keloid scarring
- If you are under the age of 18 years
After Care advice encourages clients to follow a sensible health and
exercise routine. The Strawberry Laser procedure does not harm the body
in any way and will still maintain its ability to store fat in the areas
where the work has been carried out. This is an important health factor
as it prevents the fat being stored in different parts such as around
the heart or other vital organs. If clients eat sensibly and regularly,
combined with exercise, the body shape will retain the effects of the
The Lifestyle Laser emits low levels laser energy, the fat cell
membranes are disrupted releasing intra-cellular fat. This causes the
cell to lose its round shape by changing the permeability of the cell
membrane. This does not affect the neighbouring structures such as skin,
blood vessels, and peripheral nerves.
Triglycerides spill out from the broken cell membranes and are
released into the interstitial space, where they are slowly transported
through the body’s natural metabolic functions, with no adverse
physiological effects and are used by the body as an energy source. This
mechanism of action is not “liquefaction of fat” rather; it is the
instant emptying out of the cells rather than the destruction of them.
(Referred to as lypolysis)