I hate my arms. There, I’ve said it, and the shame I feel is not new to me.
In one way or another, I’ve been unhappy with my arms; whether I should or shouldn’t seems irrelevant to me. It is what it is.
You’ll never see me in a sleeveless outfit; it will never happen. It’s my thing. You may have a part of your body that makes you feel vulnerable or less than confident, and the struggle for a positive body image feels very real.
Should I feel this way? Probably not. And you might be asking, well, if you’re so disturbed by your arms, how about daily arm workouts?
Well, yes, an excellent idea, except with the onset of menopause, muscle tends to diminish, and no amount of exercise will bring those arms back to the glory days of my youth.
Did I just make an excuse for not exercising? Um, yes, I did.
Celebrating what nature has provided.
Despite my complicated relationship with my upper arms, I know a positive body image is worth fighting for. Regardless of what nature has endowed you with, your feminine curves will captivate those lucky enough to see you as you are.
And, even though I’m not one to advocate the augmented curve of a surgical butt lift, our natural curves in all their god-given glory should be celebrated.
But even so, while we’re celebrating all that it is to be a woman, there can be times when pockets of fat can show up in places where we wish they didn’t, and our confidence and positive body image can falter.
Perhaps it’s the fat pocket on the abdomen after childbirth, or it seems no matter how much you exercise, your thighs tend to hang on to unwanted fat deposits or, like me, your upper arms bother you?
While we should never dismiss our best intentions and a healthy balanced diet, a non-surgical nudge can be just the thing to dissipate the fat pocket in question when it seems, despite all our efforts, it refuses to budge!
Regardless of what nature has endowed you with, your feminine curves will capitvate those lucky enough to see you as you are.
Non-invasive fat reduction ReBorn.
For areas of stubborn fat that regular exercise and a healthy eating plan won’t shift, the new medical-grade body contouring device ReBorn offers a solution by reaching the fat pockets with Power LED Light.
What is ReBorn?
ReBorn employs innovative Power LED technology – a new light source many times more powerful than standard LEDs and differs from other professional LED light therapy machines.
Power LED uses a 940nm infrared wavelength, achieving optimal heat absorption in targeted fat cells, resulting in fat cell destruction that leads to localised fat reduction.
ReBorn provides uniform and consistent energy distribution, resulting in safe, comfortable treatments resulting in impressive localised, non-surgical fat reduction outcomes.
It’s worth noting that the ReBorn Power LED light is fully absorbed in fat tissue without damaging the skin.
Studies have shown that, on average, ReBorn can achieve a temperature that is 2.4 degrees higher than other fat-reduction devices due to this new light source.
Optimised energy allows for consistent heat over the entire treatment area, targeting and eliminating fat cells at depths of 5mm to 14mm beneath the skin without affecting the epidermis.
How does Reborn eliminate fat cells?
Our bodies have a finite number of fat cells that grow and expand to accommodate additional fat. ReBorn heats these cells and damages them, and then the body flushes them out over several weeks, and the eliminated fat cells do not grow back.
With the system comprising four lightweight, ergonomic applicators, ReBorn can reduce unwanted and hard-to-shift pockets of fat on most parts of the body, including the stomach, abdomen, back, hips, flanks, upper thighs, lower legs, and arms.
Treatments with ReBorn are clinically proven to remove stubborn and unwanted fat cells for long term fat reduction results, thanks to ReBorn’s cutting edge and unique design.
ReBorn is several times more effective than other solutions, covering a larger treatment area more uniformly and completely and ideal for fat reduction treatments, which require continuous evenly-distributed energy over longer periods.
How many ReBorn treatments will you need?
ReBorn results can be seen about 6-8 weeks after the first treatment, with optimal results visible after approximately 12 weeks.
Two to three treatments are recommended for each body area to maximise results. Your treatment provider will tailor a safe program to meet your specific goals.
Which body parts can ReBorn treat?
ReBorn is currently intended for reducing visible excess fat in the thighs, abdomen, flanks, back, upper arm, and underneath the buttocks.
Is the treatment painful?
According to the makers of ReBorn, it is not painful. ReBorn heats your fat tissue over 25 minutes, simultaneously using their patented cooling mechanism to keep your skin safe and comfortable. You may feel some warmth, tingling, or pinching and can resume normal activities immediately after treatment.
Is ReBorn right for you?
ReBorn is for people with noticeable, unwanted bulges of stubborn excess fat in certain areas as a non-invasive fat reduction option. Therefore, the makers of ReBorn believe it’s a viable alternative to more invasive, painful and costly options such as liposuction.
However, it’s important to note that ReBorn is not a weight-loss solution for people with significant excess fat (BMI>30). Reborn is for spot fat reduction.
To find out more about ReBorn Medical Grade Non-Surgical Body Contouring or find a treatment provider in your local area, you can contact the Australian distributor, The Global Beauty Group.
And now you.
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This article is sponsored by The Global Beauty Group.
Results will vary from person to person and you should always check with your health care professional before any cosmetic treatment. Any intervention with a medical device for fat reduction should also be coupled with a healthy diet and lifestyle. Please see my disclaimer here.