If you’ve been thinking about how to get a leaner, more fit look and results that don’t just last but keep improving over time, you’re likely familiar with HD Body Sculpting—but did you know there’s even more you could do to capitalize on those results? Allow us to introduce you to the body sculpt combo. When our customers want to take their look to the next level, they’ll often opt to sculpt two or more areas at a time instead of just one. Multi-procedure body sculpting is a great way to enhance the results of each individual area you get sculpted, and it can save you time and money, too. Let’s explore some popular HD Body Sculpting combo areas, as well as some pros, some cons, and some what-to-expects regarding the body sculpt combo.

The Case for Multi-Procedure Body Sculpting

First, let’s talk about why you should consider getting one or more multi-procedure body sculpting treatments. We’ve written a lot about the benefits of HD Body Sculpting (you can browse some of our other articles for more information), but we’ll summarize them again here. For one, it’s a minimally invasive, fast-recovery procedure, meaning you won’t have to deal with significant downtime or post-ops and the risk is incredibly low. The simplicity of HD Body Sculpting is bested only by its results. The treated areas will continue to slim down long after a procedure, commonly showing continuous improvement even after six months.

We’ve mentioned before that the results of these treatments can be amplified by a healthy diet and exercise, but treating multiple areas at once is another way to get even better results. Targeting not just one area but the surrounding areas helps you lose more inches overall. It also gives our providers the opportunity to take a more holistic approach to sculpting the body. Imagine a sculptor carving a statue’s entire upper body out of stone at once instead of piece by piece—the completed artwork will look more cohesive and aesthetically pleasing overall.

Performing multi-procedure body sculpting treatments can also have a positive impact on your overall cost. Targeting a few areas at once instead of getting them all done separately over time  provides efficiency on both the patient side and the clinic side, and we’ll gladly pass those savings along to you.

Of course, more treatments does mean a bit more soreness, and your overall cost will go up, despite any discounts. If you have questions, one of our providers will be more than happy to help you weigh the costs against the benefits.

Our Most Popular HD Body Sculpting Combo Areas

Which areas should you target if you want a multi-procedure body sculpting treatment? Take a look at a few of the most common combinations:

  1. Upper abdomen, lower abdomen, and flanks. Shed inches throughout your whole abdominal area at once. You may also decide to enhance your chest with a natural Fat Transfer.
  2. Upper arms and back. Slimming down your entire back, shoulder, and arm area will help your tops and jackets fit better and give you a thinner appearance overall.
  3. Thighs and knees. If you tend to carry weight in your inner or outer thighs, you’ll likely see that weight in your knees too. Targeting both areas at once can give your legs a slimmer, more youthful look.

If you’re looking to slim down in a particular area, a body sculpt combo might be right for you. Get in touch with us today to learn more about your options and the wonderful results you can expect.

Wendy Townsend
Author: Wendy Townsend

Wendy has always had a passion for wellness and making a difference in people’s lives. Her lifelong interest in diet, exercise, and overall wellness led her to join Belle Medical in 2017, where she’s been able to combine her knowledge and experience with cutting-edge technology to help patients spot reduce stubborn areas of their bodies and bring their inner beauty outside too. Wendy strongly believes that if people feel good about themselves, they will go out and make a difference in the lives of others as well.

Wendy is a wife and the mother of six children. She also has two grandchildren. She attended school at BYU-Idaho and UVU. In addition to her medical experience, she has a natural talent for writing and public speaking. She authored a children’s book about the loss of a parent after experiencing the loss of her first husband to cancer. Before joining Belle Medical, she and her husband operated a successful home-based wellness company for three years, which involved mentoring, coaching, and personal development.