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Aesthetic Institute of the Philippines introduces on Monday, technology known for fat removal: the Vanguish and the Exilis Elite.

It was presented via an exclusive event wherein people from the press and media were the first to witness. Present during the launch was Denden Urbano, Operations Manager of AIP, she says Vanguish can be used by anyone 18 years and over wanting to achieve a desired shape.

AIP patients have been proven results after two sessions of treatment.

Vanguish is a body contouring device that uses focused radio frequency (RF) waves to heat and breakdown fat cells without damaging adjacent muscles and skin.

Designed to work on problematic midsection areas (abdomen and love handles) for people who are in good overall health. Php 15,000 per session and AIP offers a package now of 4+1 While Exilis Elite represents the world´s most advanced non-invasive technology efficiently addressing multiple aesthetic concerns.

The Exilis device is FDA cleared in the United States for the primary treatment of dermatology and general surgical procedures for non-invasive treatment of wrinkles and rhytids.

Exilis is often used by medical practices for fat reduction treatments. The two heads on the machine melts your fat and tightens skin at the same time.

The good thing about these two machines is it does not require patients to undergo medical surgery to achieve desired results.

Vanguish and Exilis Elite are safe to use without the worry of pain and risk of surgical operations. AIP advises that undergoing any cosmetic treatments should be administered by qualified and licensed individuals to assure results and safety of clients.

20 years ago, The Food and Nutrition Research Institute of the Department of Science and Technology (FNRI-DOST) conducted a nationwide nutrition survey where their investigation showed that 14% of Filipinos above 20 years old are overweight, while 2.6% are suffering from obesity.

Explained in actual figures, there are 5.7 million Filipino adults who were perhaps overweight or obese in 1993, an increase of 63 percent or 2.2 million in contrast to 3.5 million in 1987, the FNRI survey additionally observed.

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