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Zerona Shrinks Fat Cells Instead of Killing Them Making it Safer & More Effective

Updated: May 22, 2023



What if we told you that fat cells were essential to the health of your body’s day to day functioning? Yes, fat cells. Those burdensome cells that you struggle to lose with hours at the gym and days of sugar-free, low-carb diets. They’re actually important pieces of your body’s overall health and functioning. Sometimes, we just have enlarged fat cells, a problem that Zerona Z6 can solve without harming them.


Erchonia’s Zerona Z6 is a full body fat loss treatment that allows clients to target areas of stubborn fat, and is the first laser specifically designed for body contouring. The Zerona Z6 is FDA Market-Cleared, non-invasive and clinically tested. Applied externally, the laser targets excess fat by emulsifying fatty tissue through the use of cold laser technology developed by Erchonia. It provides an alternative fat loss treatment without the adverse side effects associated with surgical and other weight loss procedures like liposuction, cryolipolysis and body wraps.


Most of us think of our fat cells as the enemy, simply accumulating “volume” to form saddlebags, love handles, and muffin-tops, basically robbing us of our youthfulness and self-confidence. Because of this, many turn to elective procedures that focus on the elimination of fat calls – procedures like liposuction or fat-freezing techniques. However, as intuitive as this might seem, recent medical research into how fat cells actually work now tells us that this approach, in the long run, is not only ineffective, it could actually be counterproductive. Statistics show that killing fat cells can at best provide temporary improvement in your appearance, and within the first year, the fat cells will regenerate or grow larger in new areas of your body to compensate for what was taken (perhaps our organs attempt at healing itself). This can result in those killed fat cells regenerating up to 300 billion new cells within 4-5 years.

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