FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
It is a combination of slimming herbal supplements and non surgical body contouring.
2. HOW EXACTLY DOES IT WORK?
Ultrasound Liposuction is a non-surgical fat removal procedure. This revolutionary procedure was designed in Europe. Because there is no surgery and no anesthesia, there is no hospital stay, no time off from work and no recovery time. Clients see immediate results and will continue to see results in the reduction of fat up to a week following the treatment. The treatment uses ultrasound technology which allows for non-surgical attack of inflexible fat deposits that no matter how much you diet and exercise, never seems to disappear. Unlike a traditional tummy tuck or liposuction, there are no knives, no anesthesia and no surgery. The most common problem areas are the buttocks, abdomen, love handles, saddle bags (thighs), upper arms, inner knees. Diva body contouring offers a way to get your body back that requires no recovery time, leaves no scars and needs no anesthesia. Ultrasound liposuction is the perfect treatment for people who want to contour their body and regain their confidence. While this is a non-surgical way to sculpt and contour your body, this is not a replacement to a healthy eating and exercise. Diva will help you get back your confidence and improve your body.
3. IS IT SAFE?
Procedure is absolutely painless and safe. Procedure can not be done if:
- The client is pregnant or breast feeds.
- The client is on the period.
- Cancer or post cancer clients.
- Skin disorder.
*Clients with hormonal or insulin dis balance might experience slower results.
4. HOW MANY SESSIONS WOULD I NEED?
For a good result we advise to take at least 5 sessions. We cannot, unfortunately, assess the client on the phone or via e-mail.
5. I WOULD LIKE TO BOOK A LASER SESSION?
We use ultrasound technologies, NOT LASER!
6. CAN YOU TREAT CELLULITE?
Yes, we do fat reduction, second chin reduction, cellulite treatment and skin tightening.
7. DO YOU DO NAILS, PERMANENT MAKE UP OR TEETH?CAN YOU REDUCE MY BREASTS?EXTEND MY HIPS? BLEACH MY SKIN OR BUM?
No. We ONLY specialise in the services mentioned here on our website.
8. DOES IT WORK ON BLACK PEOPLE?
Race or skin colour make no difference at all.
9. WHY ARE YOUR PRICES SO EXPENSIVE?
Quality and real results don't come cheap. We use the best technologies we can find and are highly skilled at what we do.
Every-day Questions and Answer
1. How often and at what intervals are the treatments conducted?
Treatment is done once a week.
2. What needs to be done additionally?
This depends on how many kgs you want to lose, we can add slimming capsules to the program ( herbal, no chemicals).
3. Are the results sustainable? in the sense of once the goal is reached how is it maintained? any specific methods?
Yes they are, just eat healthy and exercise if you can.
4. How long does a session last?
Sessions are from 45 - 90 mins depending on the amount of the areas which have to be treated
5. Do you do bum lifts?
6. Do you do vaginal tightening?
7. Do you d breast reductions?
To Eat or not To Eat
We can’t begin to tell you how surprised our clients are to hear us say they're not eating enough to lose weight.
We know you've heard the phrase “energy in, energy out," but what does that actually mean? Take a car, for example: if you over-fill the gas tank, it'll overflow and the gas will leak out. Think of your body like a car and the gas as the food you put into it: eat too much and it will show up as extra fat on your belly.
But in the same respect, a car can't run on fumes alone!
When you eat less energy than your body needs, the body adapts by becoming amazingly good at making the most of whatever food it does receive. It holds onto fat stores and begins using the muscle to provide the energy you're depriving it of by not eating.
This loss of muscle mass slows down your metabolism. That's because the more muscle you have, the more fat you burn at rest(i.e., binge watching your new favorite show). To make matters worse, research has found that restricting your food can make you irritable and uncomfortable, aka hangry. This stress can cause a rise in cortisol, which increases the storage of visceral fat cells in areas like your stomach. This response is the complete opposite of what we try to achieve from dieting!
So, in case you've been curious about this trend of intermittent fasting, we have three words for you: Don’t do it.
Fasting isn't a long-term lifestyle change. Besides the fact that you'll miss out on nutrients, you’ll be a cranky, hangry person. Losing weight should be about progress, not suffering. It should be about realizing that you're ready to start living a healthier life, and you should feel happy and radiant while doing it.
If you’re looking to lose weight (and keep it off permanently), eat more, not less. Here are some tips to get you started:
1. Start your day with a big breakfast and snack about three hours later.
Maybe nosh on a piece of fruit or some whole wheat crackers with peanut butter.
2. Have lunch at a reasonable time and snack about three hours after that.
Perhaps some carrot sticks and hummus? That way you can snack and eat your veggies!
3. Your dinner should probably be the smallest of your meals.
Aim to fill half your plate with vegetables and about a cup of rice or pasta.
4. Hungry before bed? Having a light snack won't wreck your waistline.
Reach for whole grains and lean protein instead of potato chips and cookies.
5. Listen to your body! If you’re hungry … EAT!
Don’t get to the point of absolute ravenous hunger or (chances are) you’ll overdo it. If you’re hungry at an unusual hour, drink a glass of water and wait 10 minutes. Sometimes the body registers dehydration as hunger. If the hunger goes away, you were dehydrated. If it doesn’t, ask yourself, Am I really hungry or am I just bored?” If it’s just boredom, keep yourself distracted. If you arehungry, go ahead and eat something … your body will love you for it!
*We are a slimming and skin centre and do not provide services related to nails, teeth, hair or any other services not listed here on our website.