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How is Zerona different from Liposuction and CoolSculpting?

Updated: Jul 27, 2023

Let’s look at the differences.


Zerona uses cold laser technology, or low-level laser technology in which a group of six lasers is aimed at the target area of the body to shrink fat cells. The lasers disrupt the membranes of the fat cells to emulsify fatty tissue and make the cells smaller. In this treatment, the fat cells lose tissue and shrink, but they do not die. The cells can keep contributing to healthy bodily functions. Clients are not able to feel the lasers penetrating the fat cells, they can simply lay there and relax.


In the CoolSculpting procedure, a device is used on the target area of the body to apply both suction and freezing cold temperatures. The device freezes and crystallizes fat cells, killing them in the process. Either radio waves or massage are then used on the area to break up the crystallized cells so that the body can flush out the dead cells naturally. Clients can expect to feel sensations of pulling, tugging, mild pinching, intense cold, tingling, stinging, aching, and cramping at the treatment site.


Liposuction is a surgical procedure which WILL include downtime to heal and will also cause scars and bruising along with pain. Liposuction is generally only recommended for people with firm, elastic skin. Good candidates should also be within 30 percent of their ideal body weight.

Liposuction is especially not recommended for people who suffer from poor blood circulation, diabetes, and weak immune systems. These conditions increase the chances of experiencing complications during the surgery. Some potential risks from the surgery will include numbness (sometimes permanent)… infections….internal puncture from tube that removes the fat.

Want to try Zerona Today?

If you are interested in a safe, effective, and non – invasive fat reduction procedure, then Zerona might be right for you!

Feel free to contact us through our website or call for more information.


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