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DuJour Magazine Profiles AirSculpt

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AIRSCULPT What it is: A liposuction-less technique that effectively removes fat without the invasiveness of other procedures. “We have made body sculpting a luxurious, spa-like experience,” says celebrity liposuction doctor Aaron Rollins, founder of Elite Body Sculpture, which created the patented AirSculpt technique. “The technology removes fat cell by cell out of a freckle-sized hole and tightens the skin at the same time, giving much faster results and nearly no downtime. It’s more like getting your teeth whitened than a surgical procedure.” Who’s the best candidate: Someone with a healthy body image and unwanted fat. “If you’re feeling confident in who you are but just want to make a few small body changes, then you’ve come to the right place,” says Rollins. What to expect: Most people are up and ready to go back to work the next day. There can be slight bruising and swelling depending on the patient. Compression garments are worn for the first two weeks to reduce any swelling. Price: Varies depending on where the fat is removed, how many areas are AirSculpted and the amount of fat removed.

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