Even though the sweet days of summer are quickly winding down, it's never too late to get fit and toned for a shapely summer body that's uniquely right for you. That's why I trusted the Beverly Hills Rejuvenation Center to help me on journey to my best body ever, which means it's healthy, strong, fit, toned, and lean, all without having to have any invasive surgery.
When I got to the BHRC, I was greeted by the lovely Alessandra, and was quickly made to feel at home which made me feel comfortable and confident for my upcoming Exilis treatment, Exilis combines radio frequency and ultrasound in order to tighten skin, reduce fat, and tone your body in a safe and non-invasive way.
I was lucky enough to have Brita perform the treatment and she talked me through each step. First we had a mini-consultation about my body goals and areas that I wanted to upgrade. I normally eat healthy and I lead a very active lifestyle of running, hiking, and working out, but there's a still a few areas that no amount of crunches or squats could fix, so we decided to focus on my tummy and inner thighs.
The Exilis treatment uses specific heating and cooling methods to penetrate deep in your tissue with minimal pain. The treatment never hurt but it does get pretty hot! Brita guided me throughout the entire process and really checked in to make that I was doing ok during the session. She educated me on how the process worked, how the skin temperatures are measured, and what was happening to my body during the treatment.
AFTER ONE TREATMENT: ALREADY SEEING RESULTS!
What I love most about Exilis is that there's no downtime or recovery time needed since the treatment is super safe, non-surgical, and non-invasive. It also wasn't too time consuming as each targeted body area takes around 15 to 30 minutes to treat.
I can't wait to see how my results progress over time as it's recommended to receive 3 – 7 treatments every 7 to 14 days for maximum and long-lasting results. So be sure to follow me on Exilis Journey with the Beverly Hills Rejuvenation Center!