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If you’ve tried diet and exercise but still have fat and inches you just can’t lose . . .

It’s time for Zerona.

Treatment with the Zerona laser is easy, painless, and carefree. . It is the only FDA approved laser treatment that removes stubborn body fat without the hassle of surgery. Zerona works by painlessly creating a small pore in fat cells. The cell remains healthy and alive but the fat empties through the open pore. Your body then naturally eliminates the fat through the lymphatic system and you begin to lose weight through your waist, hips and thighs.

Each session takes less than an hour; the low-level laser is used for a total of 40 minutes. The laser is applied to the targeted area, which is generally a combination of the waist, hips, and thighs, for 20 minutes. The client then turns over and the very same treatment is applied to the opposite side. The suggested treatment period is once a week for six weeks for maximum results. You will consult with Dr. Kylie to maximize results for your body type, weight, and target loss.

It’s easier than you think to

Look better, feel better and be better

  • Zero pain, zero surgery, zero risk, zero downtime
  • Reduce stubborn fat from your waist, hips, thighs and arms
  • Clinically meaningful results in as little as 2 weeks

Call for a FREE CONSULTATION about the maximum results for your body type, weight, and target loss.

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Zerona Laser FAQ

How does the Zerona laser work?

The Zerona laser produces a low-level, or cold, output that has no thermal effect on the body's tissue (you can’t even feel it). FDA-approved for both efficacy and safety, the non-invasive Zerona laser helps the body absorb and process fat by stimulating biological function. 

Because the laser is a coherent light source, the photons move in a uniform-parallel manner and are not scattered like light from other light sources; therefore depth penetration past the skin is far greater with the laser than from any other light source. 

Is the laser FDA approved?

Yes. Erchonia submitted the results of its successful clinical trial and the laser was granted market clearance by the FDA in August 2010 for the non-invasive circumferential reduction of the waist, hips and thighs.

What does the Zerona laser do to fat?

As fat congregates in interstitial spaces of cells for a certain amount of time, the Zerona laser stimulates the photo-receptors in each cell. The photo-receptors absorb photons at 635nm, and by exciting these photoreceptors, the Zerona is able to stimulate the excess fat to leave the cell, producing a beneficial clinical effect. It does not destroy the cell or the fat.

When the fat storing cells are exposed to the red laser light, the biological response observed is the formation of a “pore” or an opening in the protective membrane of the cell. By altering the integrity of the cell’s membrane, the fatty material is quickly removed from the cell, causing the once plump cell to collapse, but is not destroyed, so it can still secrete beneficial hormones.

In summary, Zerona laser therapy stimulates a photo-acceptor that then alters the unique dynamics of the cell, causing an opening in the membrane to form forcing the fatty material to seep through that opening leaving the cell. Because the cell no longer retains its stored content, it collapses, the material is absorbed by the lymphatic system, and the end result is the reduction of a subcutaneous fat pocket. 

Where does the fat go?

Once the fatty material leaves the cell, it is quickly absorbed by the lymphatic system, where it is transported to the liver for processing. The excess fat is then removed naturally by the body without the negative side effects and downtime associated with more invasive procedures such as liposuction.

Are there any side effects?

There are no side effects; no pain, discomfort or recovery time of any kind. The Zerona laser is completely non-invasive.

How was Zerona tested?

Zerona was tested in a double blind, randomized, multi-site and placebo-controlled study which revealed that in two weeks of trials with the Zerona laser—without surgery, diet restrictions, supplements or any other adjuncts—clients lost an average of 3.72 inches from their waists, hips and thighs.

At the end of two weeks, 63 percent of the clients treated with the Zerona laser had a reduced body circumference of at least three inches with some clients losing as much as nine and a half inches. With a difference of almost 60 percent between the laser-treated and placebo-treated groups, the Zerona laser just may prove to be the future of body contouring without surgery.

What is the standard Zerona treatment?

The Zerona treatment consists of six treatments (one, forty-minute treatment every other day for two weeks). The laser is directed towards the hips, stomach and thighs for twenty minutes on the front side, then the client flips over, and the laser targets the back for twenty minutes. The client will feel no heat or any sensation from the laser.

What maximizes results?

Although not required, results may be maximized with lymphatic supplements such as niacin, proper hydration, light exercise, and minimizing alcohol and caffeine.

How soon could I see results?

Results vary from client to client but could appear after the first treatment. Best results typically occur a week after the final (sixth) treatment.

Where can I see before and after images?

For before and after images or more information, please visit

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