September 12

Does Body Sculpting Hurt

Does Body Sculpting Hurt?

Cutera’s truSculpt iD offers a unique and personalized approach to body contouring.


Unlike other body sculpting devices, the truSculpt iD uses innovative RF technology to deliver a comfortable, easy treatment. With the help of a gel applicator, the iD is able to keep the skin much colder than the layer of fat underneath. 


Each treatment only takes about 15 minutes and they are very well tolerated. 


Most patients describe the feeling similar to a “hot stone massage,” as there are multiple applicators that gradually heat up over the course of the 15 minute treatment. 


During the treatment, the nurse will constantly be monitoring you and the device, as she 

The great thing about truSculpt iD is how comfortable, customizable, and fast it is.


It only takes 15 minutes and feels like a hot stone massage. You feel a gently rising warmth.


The technology is designed to evenly distribute energy delivered to the fat pocket while keeping the skin at a comfortable temperature. We are with you during the treatment so you can provide feedback and we can quickly adjust the temperature if anything.


Does truSculpt iD Hurt?

Not really, it feels like a hot stone massage.


truSculpt iD procedures are typically described as feeling like a hot stone massage. During treatment, the temperature of your skin will rise but remain comfortable. It’s effective, safe, and the results are even and consistent.


truSculpt iD procedures are typically described as feeling like a hot stone massage. During treatment, the skin temperature will rise but remain comfortable. Body Sculpting is effective, safe, and the results are even and consistent. 


Book your Free Body Sculpting Consultation today!


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