Destroy Your Love Handles, Naturally

Flanks also known as muffin top is commonly known to be the enemy of the people.

Those pockets of excess fat over the lower sides of your torso are often cause by fat retention. It is difficult to shed even for active gym-goers who eats well and exercise frequently. Fat can accumulate anywhere in the body and they are usually retain in the hip, lower back and abdominal areas. Other factors contributing to the love handles may also include;

  • Hormones
  • Age
  • Lack of physical activity
  • Sleep deprivation
  • High in fats, sugars and claorie diet

Fortunately for today’s advanced technology, we can opt for non invasive fat reduction treatment to either freeze of burn away stubborn fat cells. You can now wear your favourite dress or tight fit shirt without any worry.

The Process


Dr. Kenneth Thean will start by understanding your area of concern and fat reduction goals. After a detailed body assessment completed by our Body Specialist, he will evaluate and assess the suitable treatment plan for you and review what results you can expect from this procedure.

Before Treatment

A detailed body assessment will be conducted by our Body Specialist.

  • 360° 3D Imaging
  • 2D 6-position baseline
  • InBody weight
  • Body fat analysis
  • Tape circumferential measurements
  • Calliper readings

The procedure’s framework will be assessed and marked on the targeted area(s).

During Treatment

The appropriate applicator will be placed onto the area within the planned framework. As the technology only focuses on fat cells, the other tissues will not be affected. Relax and enjoy your treatment in our adjustable bed while streaming your favourite Netflix shows.

After Treatment

A non-invasive shockwave therapy that uses low energy acoustic wave pulsations is applied onto the treated areas to break up the fat cells. This process also helps to enhance circulation and stimulates lymphatic drainage, which increases the elimination of destroyed fat cells.

Up to 25%* fat reduction can be seen 3 months after the treatment procedure