An Up Close Look: Trusculpt iD

Posted March 19, 2019 by TallGirlJ - 9 comments

If you follow us on Facebook you may have caught the LIVE Facebook video where I (TallGirlJ) was able to try out Trusculpt iD . You can watch the video by following this link or simply scroll down a bit!

Trusculpt iD is a body sculpting heat treatment that is supposed to melt fat and tone loose skin.

I had major concerns going into this. As regular readers know, I am a hardcore researcher before I do anything new. As I was researching I read about other similar treatments that can actually do the opposite and make the fat cells expand, this was the LAST thing I wanted!

After visiting with the awesome doctors and staff at Stirling Skin Care and asking them all the questions I had, they reassured me that Trusculpt iD was different. Apparently, fat cells expanding CAN be an issue that has occured with the machines that “freeze” fat not the ones that use heat. Because Trusculpt iD uses heat instead of cold to “melt” the fat and there was no chance of fat expansion…Phew.

I agreed I would take the plunge and give Truscupt iD a try!

I went in the morning of my appt so they could take measurements and pictures. I definitely wasn’t looking forward to this part at all, but to my relief, I never felt uncomfortable. The staff explained that the pictures and measurements were so we could have a true before and after comparison.

The process itself was pretty smooth.

They mark out what areas they plan to treat. I went for my stomach, as this is by far the area where I feel I have the most problems. They applied five stamps. The stamps are are the heat paddles used for the “fat melting” process. You can do up to six stamps depending on the area you want them to treat.

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Once the stamps were placed correctly, off we went!

The process was pretty simple and painless. The heat is definitely there, and strong, but it moves around between the stamps enough that it’s totally easy to handle. I WILL say I was super warm by the end. I wasn’t disappointed that it was cold outside when I left! 😉

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After the procedure was over, they applied a nice soothing oil to the treated area and gave me more to apply at home. They explained I should hit the water hard because when the fat is melting it dissolves into your lymphatic system and is then pushed out of your body through your urine. The more water you drink, the more fat you will flush out!

If you plan to treat different areas of your body you can do the treatment every 6 weeks. If you plan to re-treat an area you have to wait 12 weeks. There is also no downtime or restrictions, bonus!!

So… What were my results!?

As time passed, just looking in the mirror, I didn’t personally notice much difference. The one thing I did notice, is the fat on my belly seemed looser and not as firm.

I am not sure that this was what I was hoping for.

I decided that maybe it was a sign that something happened and even though I didn’t love it, it was proof that maybe the Trusculpt iD worked.

I waited for my entire 12 weeks of healing to pass and headed back in to get measurements and pictures.

After we completed measurements I can report I DID lose a total of 3 inches.


I didn’t see any victory on the scale which bummed me out. I HAVE been regularly weight lifting, so I am hoping it’s caused by muscle gain.

They compared my before and after pictures and while Paola was certain she could see a difference, I couldn’t. I am sure some of it is I was super uncomfortable seeing myself in a picture like that. I admittedly couldn’t get past the amount of frustration I get when I see myself…Hello self-love where are you?  🙈

In the end, would I do it again?


I think someone of my size cannot go in expecting a miracle. If you have a large amount of fat in the area you’d like to treat, you should plan to do more than 1 treatment.

If you just have a small amount of fat and need help with some skin toning I think one treatment would be 100% successful and totally worth it!

All in all, I am happy to have had the chance to experience Trusculpt iD, and I with another treatment in my future, I can’t wait to share with you the new results.

It’s pretty awesome to have modern technology like Trusculpt iD that can help reduce fat and tighten skin without forcing patients to have weeks of recovery and downtime that comes with plastic surgery.

If you live locally and would like to learn more about Trusculpt iD contact the lovely ladies at Stirling Skin Care Clinic.

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9 thoughts on "An Up Close Look: Trusculpt iD"

  1. Bennie says:

    Thanks for these type of reviews. I would still hesitate to try this as I’m stil skeptical of daddy devices, etc. maybe over time I’ll change my mind. So those cold sculpting techniques don’t work as well as first thought? I don’t read up on these things.

  2. Steph_W. says:

    Hi, thanks so much for your honest review of Trusculpt! I had my first Trusculpt iD treatment about two weeks ago. I too am noticing looser belly fat which I am not happy about. Does this go away with time?

    1. Prairie Wife says:

      TallGirlJ went for the second session to help with that issue and will be posting a blog about it soon!

    2. TallGirlJ says:

      I totally understand the frustration. Its exciting to see results but when results aren’t what you want it’s a double edge sword
      I talked to the amazing ladies at Stirling and shared my concerns. They all agreed I should go for another treatment. I am so happy to report after the 2nd treatment it has helped so much with the loose feeling i was having. I dont know the science but in my mind.. the first round broke up the fat, and the 2nd helped to tighten the skin?
      I definitely think you should give yourself the full heal time, see where you are then, and talk to your provider about what they think would help.
      Hang in there. I really do believe it’s worth it!

  3. Chris D says:

    I guess I am having trouble seeing the benefit. You stated that you didn’t actually see a difference, so how is that a benefit? You also stated that you lost 3 inches. 3 inches and you couldn’t tell the difference?!?! Hmmm. Something smells fishy here. Sounds to me like they just remeasured a little tighter the 2nd time, which is easy to do and hardly noticeable by the person being measured. 3 inches is a lot for one treatment, and the results should be clearly visible.

    1. Prairie Wife says:

      Hi Chris! I’ll let TallGirlJ know to pop by and answer your questions but until then just wanted to let you know that here we take pride in authentic reviews and working with businesses we trust, you can learn more here

      TallGirlJ underwent a second TruScultID treatment to try and reduce the looser skin that was a result of the fat loss and her post and honest review will be up soon!

      1. TallGirlJ says:

        Hey Chris.
        I do understand what you are saying.
        I also know that sometimes it’s hard to notice a difference when your staring at it wveryday expecting a miracle
        I can say other people noticed a difference.
        The 3″ was total. Not in one spot. It was a 1/2″ here and there so that was also maybe the issue.
        I really wanted to just share my true journey and I am excited to share my thoughts after my second treatment

        1. Chris says:

          About 20 years ago, there was a fad going around using wraps to decrease your size. What they would do is guarantee that you would lose inches or it was free. They would measure you head to toe in several spots, then again post treatment in those same spots, but the 2nd time, they would measure just a bit tighter, which was completely unnoticeable by the person being measured. This was easy to do because they knew the number from the 1st measurement that had to be beat. While I have no proof that is what is occurring, I have my suspicions- primarily because no weight was lost. How can you lose 3 inches, but not lose even 1/2 pound?!?! I’m telling you, something’s not right.

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