Have you been feeling set back on your weight loss goals?
Facial Art Institute is now offering Skinny Shots also known as lipotropic injections help you get a leg up on looking and feeling your absolute best. Skinny shots are used to help patients with weight loss by boosting energy and metabolism while increasing the removal of fat. If you are constantly feeling run-down, exhausted or in need of a metabolic boost, you’re not the only one! Did you know it’s estimated that about 90% of the population are deficient in at least on essential nutrient.
Skinny Shots are given intramuscular (translated as in the butt) that consist of ingredients to help support your weight loss efforts with fat blasting compounds. Skinny Shots are a mixture of B vitamins, amino acids, and lipotropic agents. The Skinny Shot is a special formula of liver supporting nutrients that can help with energy, fat metabolism, and hormone balance, which are all key liver functions.
How does it help you lose weight?
Often time people feel increased energy immediately after the shot; sometimes they just feel better over time. It acts as a stress fighter, supporting key functions of liver that sometimes require large amounts of nutrients that can be severely depleted after years of stress and diet imbalance.
Our Injection is a compounded preparation of essential vitamins
Vitamin B5 – also called pantothenic acid is just one of eight B vitamins and is one of the most important vitamins in human life. It’s necessary for making blood cells, and it helps you convert the food you eat into energy. All B vitamin’s help you convert the protein, carbohydrates, and fats you eat into energy. B vitamins are also needed for: healthy skin, hair, and eyes. Helps with proper functioning of the nervous system and liver. It’s used by the body to help breakdown fats, protein and carbs. It’s a key nutrient in helping support the adrenal glands (your stress gland) and we know the adrenal glands hold our fats hostage during times of stress. Last but not least this vitamin helps make red blood cells, which carry oxygen throughout the body.
L-Carnitine – is a naturally occurring amino acid which plays a vital role in the metabolism of fat. It functions as a transporter of fatty acids into the mitochondria, the metabolic furnace of the cell.
MIC – is a combination of three vital components.
Methionine – is one of the sulfur-containing amino acids. It acts as a lipotropic agent to prevent excess fat buildup in the liver and the body.
Inositol – is a vitamin-like natural sugar related to the B vitamin family. Inositol helps metabolize fat and may improve insulin function in the body.
Choline – supports the health of the liver in its processing and excretion of chemical waste products within the body. It is required for the metabolism and transport of fats and cholesterol within the body, which is important for the healthy support of the endocrine, cardiovascular and hepatic system.
Are you ready to jumpstart your diet and exercise and get the energy and body you’ve been working for? Call today and schedule to get your Skinny Shot!
Pain-Free Procedures with PRO-NOX™
PRO-NOX™ is an inhaled analgesic system that gently yet instantly alleviates anxiety, pain, and discomfort during in-office procedures.
The system uses a safe, non-habit-forming mixture of oxygen and nitrous oxide that is self-administered, giving you control over the level of relief you receive. Effects are felt instantly but only last for about 5 minutes (with no trace remaining in the body after 10 minutes) with zero side effects!
PRO-NOX™ can be added to in-office procedures (such as suture removals and steroid injections) for $50 per office visit(not covered by insurance). Call us to purchase yours today!
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Meet the Doctor
After graduating from Loma Linda School of Medicine Dr. Unsell spent more than a decade serving at Loma Linda in several positions including the Assistant Professor of Orthopedics as well as the Assistant director of the Hand Fellowship Program. He has been involved with the training of 35 hand fellows, 15 of which now hold academic teaching positions.