BTL Vanquish ME RF Laser
** Body Shaping * Abdomen * Sculpting * Contouring **
** Radio Frequency Technology **
** Fat Reduction **
What is VANQUISH ME
VANQUISH ME is the second generation of contactless technology for non-invasive fat cell disruption. With the largest treatment area in the industry, it treats flank to flank in one session, all with unrivaled patient comfort and safety.
The BTL Vanquish METM procedure disrupts fat cells through the selective heating of adipose tissue. The process leads to fatty cell shrinkage and elimination. The patented selectivity of the treatment ensures that only fat is affected, while surrounding tissues remain protected. The entire procedure is contactless.
BTL Vanquish ME represents the only operator independent selective RF technology that allows to treat largest treatment area in a single session.
FDA Cleared technology which selectively delivers heat into adipose tissue and disrupts adipose cells, features the following benefits:
The industry’s largest spot size
Operator independent procedure
Profitable with no consumables; affordable for the patient.
No pain management required, no downtime.
BTL Vanquish ME system utilizes realtime impedance tuning circuitry. The embedded technology matches the characteristics of the RF generator with adipose layer. The ground breaking design of energy delivery helps to target the thermal effect into the adipose tissue while protecting surrounding layers.
Parts of the Body That Can Be Treated
Vanquish ME can reduce fat from various parts of the body. The harness system targets fat in the following areas:
Bra strap area
IS Vanquish better than CoolSculpting? Although CoolSculpting and Vanquish have both been approved by the FDA, FDA studies show that Vanquish destroys a higher percentage of fat cells as compared to CoolSculpting. In fact, Vanquish has been shown to destroy between 25 percent and 30 percent of the fat cells in a treated area
|Client type||End User|
|On Kitmondo since||2021|
|Number of listings||3|
|Employees||1 - 10|
|Last activity||July 4, 2021|