An Up Close Look: TruSculpt iD (2nd Treatment)
Posted July 30, 2019 by TallGirlJ -
Hellooo PrairieWifeInHeels.com readers!
It has been a while since I’ve stopped by to spend some time with you.
I’m back today to share my experience with round two of TruSculpt iD.
Before you read on, make sure you read about my first round of TruSculpt iD so you can understand a bit more about the process.
In case you need an explanation for my absence, I had my first treatment months ago, and waiting three months is required before you can have another treatment in the same area.
When I went back for my second treatment I had the same area (my stomach) treated.
Knowing what to expect made this treatment seem to go SO much faster, and it wasn’t as overwhelmingly hot as I had thought it would be from what I remembered.
After the treatment was the worst part (in my opinion)…the waiting to see what happens.
In the first two weeks, I didn’t see much change.
Then I started noticing my jeans were a bit looser.
I ended up losing another inch total in the three areas where I was measured.
Is it super noticeable?
While I have inches I’ve lost with this process, I still have loose looking skin in my stomach area.
But, if I think about it, it makes sense.
My skin is not elastic like it used to be, and it WAS stretched three times during my pregnancies.
It’s not a pretty sight 😆
Would I do it again?
But, probably not on my stomach.
Based on my results I think this procedure would work best on smaller problem areas.
Areas where there is definitely fat to lose, but not the loose skin like I have on my stomach.
If you have a small little pooch in your stomach area, I have no doubt that this treatment is the answer you’ve been looking for.
The best part is that the TruSculpt iD procedure is quick, easy, and there is no downtime!
A huge thank you to Stirling Skin Care Clinic for giving me a chance to experience this.
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Tags: , fat reducing treatments, help with body fat, medical skin care, skincare, stirling skin care clinic, trusculpt iD
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