When it comes to the stubborn fat that settles in and around the sides and front of your belly, the word “love” does not come to mind! This area can often be the first place to show weight gain and the last to lose it – no matter how much you diet and exercise. Help is here! Timeless can eliminate this unwanted fat. And when it’s gone, it’s gone for good.
Get the results you’ve been waiting for without invasive treatments or significant downtime! Seeing is believing; take a look at the results we’ve achieved for a few of our patients.
We have a host of options to treat and combat your areas of concern. Explore our service menu below to learn about some of the most effective treatments Timeless can use to help you.
A proven and effective treatment to reduce unwanted fat. It works by targeting and destroying the fat cells that reside directly under your skin. Even better, once fat cells are destroyed the body does not produce more, so once the fat is gone, it's gone for good.
Our medical staff is highly trained in the art of non-surgical skin rejuvenation and we’re here to help. Before we recommend a treatment, we sit down with you to understand your condition, evaluate your skin, and decide on only the most proven treatments to manage or treat your specific condition. Our science-backed approach is why our patients love us!
We can treat love handles caused by:
As we age, metabolic rate declines. For women, once menopause begins, production of the hormones estrogen and progesterone shift, causing a shift in fat storage from the hips and thighs to visceral fat in the abdomen.
Genetics can play an important role in where our bodies store fat and how we process calories. Some people, no matter how much they diet or exercise, have a hard time losing weight in problem areas because their bodies convert calories directly into fat rather than burning them or turning them into muscle.
Insulin is a hormone that allows sugar to enter your cells to create energy. If we have elevated insulin levels, our body may not receive signals that we have enough stored energy, resulting in a feeling of hunger.
Cortisol, another hormone, increases when we are exposed to chronic stress or due to a lack of sleep. When cortisol levels increase, it can cause the body to store fat in the midsection.
Sugary and processed foods or consuming alcohol increase glucose levels in the body. When your body has more fuel than it needs, the excess sugar is processed and stored in the body as fat, typically in the stomach, hips, butt and chest.