Who? – Find out more about this innovative treatment.

SlimLine is a revolutionary technology that provides successful weight loss & body contouring without the pain, needles and downtime.

What? - Insight into what goes on before and during the procedure.

Up to four treatment pads containing the laser diodes are placed over the treatment area, secured in place using comfortable, elastic straps. Two other laser pads are positioned onto the region of the lymphatic nodes closest to treatment zone.

Low levels of laser energy emitted by SlimLine stimulate the fat cell membranes, changing their permeability. The cells begin to lose their round shape and intracellular fat is released. Then the fatty triglycerides flow out of the disrupted cell membranes and into the interstitial space, where they are expelled naturally with no harmful physiological effects.

Visible results can be seen after the first treatment.

Where? - What problem areas and afflictions does it treat?

SlimeLine can be used on areas including but not limited to the chin, arms, stomach, buttocks, hips, thighs and lower legs.

FYI - For Your Information

Having a well balanced and healthy diet is always essential and should be used in conjunction with SlimLime treatments to achieve optimal long term results.

No pain is felt during or after SlimLine treatments. Side effects are rare but may include temporary skin discolouration or bruising at treatment site.

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Thanks to your trust in our services and your referrals, IMD Laser is proud to announce that we donate several times during each year to the following charities and organizations to support those that cannot help themselves. This is possible only through your trust in IMD Laser Clinic where you can look good and feel good.

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