YOLO Curve Lipo Laser Science & Technology
ENHANCING A NATURALLY OCCURING METABOLIC PROCESS
Adipose or fatty tissue is the body’s means of storing metabolic energy over extended periods of time. Depending on current physiological conditions, adipocytes store fat derived from the diet and liver metabolism or degrades stored fat to supply fatty acids and glycerol to the circulation. Hormones play an important role to physiological predisposition of energy needs and as such several cascades affect fat metabolism. The typical tendency is to accumulate fat predominantly in the abdominal area.
Low level laser therapy (LLLT) is an advancing paradigm for providers in wellness & lifestyle clinics. It is one of the few technologies that has been extensively studied over the past 20 years and peer-reviewed research comprehensively supports the understanding of the mechanism of laser applications. Cellular membranes are highly liquid, dynamic structures with selective permeability acting as a barrier to preserve intracellular and extracellular composition. Typically, laser energy at a wavelength of 658 nm emitted from the CURVE safely penetrates patient’s skin targeting the adipose (fat) cells. These cells once permeated cause a transient augment in reactive oxygen species (ROS). This highly-reactive free radical has been shown to react with membrane-bound cholesterol creating transitory pores or openings within the cell membrane and the process is referred as lipid peroxidation. The creation of the transitory pore causes release of free flowing fatty acids (FFA’s), water and glycerol which are the essential components of the adipocyte. Together these compounds are sometimes referred to as triglycerides. Transmission electron microscopic descriptions have revealed the formation of a transitory pore or aperture in the adipocyte cell membranes leading up to the collapse of the adipocytes subsequent to laser irradiation.
Patented 4-Paddle Technology
DIRECT-TO-SKIN LIPO LASER TECHNOLOGIES ARE NOT ALL THE SAME
With YOLO Medical Inc.’s new 4 paddle system on the YOLO Curve, patients are able to receive a standard waist line treatment in as little as 20 – 30 minutes. In addition, the unique laser diode placement provides the optimal energy overlay to maximize treatment efficacy, while further boasting increased electronic safeguards and temperature and power control circuitry that enables a much more consistent and stable beam to reach maximum operating efficiency.
Unlike other competing technologies, YOLO Curve's laser diode technology, lens configuration, and energy overlay, minimize laser light dispersion allowing maximized energy delivery to the adipose cell for optimal results. In independant 3rd party testing, the YOLO Curve Lipo Laser was additionally found to provide more efficient energy delivery over mulitple treatments ultimately leading to unparalleled treatment results.
The Technology Test
BE CONFIDENT IN YOUR INCH LOSS TECHNOLOGY
At YOLO we feel that your lipo laser investment is something you should feel extremely confident about. With different options at your disposal, and the proliferation of contrary information at times, there remains one true metric evaluation: RESULTS!
As a result, YOLO Medical proudly offers its TECHNOLOGY TEST PPROGRAM. At no obligation, we invite any and all parties to take a test drive on the YOLO Curve. Whether you are currently exploring different Lipo Laser Technologies or currently own a different technology and want to see how it really stacks up, YOLO will confidently provide a treatment demonstration so that you can see first-hand how years of research and development truly performs.
Call 1-877-738-8119 today to schedule your no cost, no obligation demonstration today.
1. Adipocytes at rest.
2. The YOLO Curve’s laser energy starts to irradiate the adipocytes.
3. Irradiation causes photobiomodulatory effect and releases the contents by formation of transitory pores.
4. Water, Glycerol and Free Fatty Acids are released from the adipocytes.
5. Continued release until complete deflation of adipocytes.
6. As the treatment continues, water, glycerol and free fatty acids enter the interstitial space.
7. These components are carried away by the Lymphatic system.
8. Collapse of the adipocyte.