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The Award-Winning Body-Contouring Solution*

The award winning V'Pro System trims your most troubled areas – tummy, thighs and waist. Combining 4 advanced technologies into 1 ultimate treatment, it lowers stubborn fats and shapes your bodyline, resulting in a great figure that you've always wanted. No surgery, downtime or harmful side effects!*

Who?

Perfect for women of all ages with fat problems in areas such as the tummy, waist, hips and thighs and stubborn cellulite. It's specifically designed to result in reduced cellulite or ‘dimpled' skin appearance, circumferential difference and overall body shaping.

How?*

Our V'Pro System utilises 4 advanced technologies that work together to create the end results.
1)
Infrared light treatment induces a deep heating of underlying fats and tissues up to 2mm depth, delivering a kick-start effect to body's natural ability to burn off excess fat and increase blood circulation.
2)
Bi-polar radio frequency reach depths of up to 20mm, treating subcutaneous fat tissues that increases metabolism by releasing body's stored energy in fat cells.
3)
Vacuum therapy improves blood and lymphatic circulation, stimulating fibroblast and collagen production for complete body toning benefits.
4)
Rollers massage encourages lymphatic drainage and rids the body of excess fluids, thus smoothing out ‘dimpled' appearance of cellulite

It's Proven To:*

  • Burn off excess fats effectively
  • Improve body's metabolism rate
  • Heighten blood and lymphatic circulation
  • Stimulate collagen production that firms up the body
  • Fade cellulite appearance as skin smoothens
A true testament to our highly effective body-contouring programmes, V'Pro System is SimplyHer's 2013 Best Body Contouring Solution.

The SimplyHer editorial team saw these results:*

Total weight loss: 4kg*
Total inch loss: 12 inches*
Marie France Bodyline – V'Pro treatment
*As causes for being overweight vary from person to person, weight loss results will also vary from person to person, dependant on various genetic or environmental factors such as food intake, individual rate of metabolism, level of exercise, etc. No individual result should be seen as typical.