Kuwait firm offers non-surgical obesity solution
Kuwait, December 26, 2013
Kuwait-based Flex Resorts & Real Estate has launched an obesity fighting non-surgical technique, which targets problem areas such as cellulite in order to achieve a toned, contoured and well sculpted body comfortably and safely.
The new technology La Beauté is a fat burning machine imported from Italy and exclusively available at Flex, a statement said.
A total loss of 12 kilos monthly is possible once taking the full 12 fat burning sessions, following a healthy diet provided by Flex Gourmet and performing the recommended exercises at Flex Gym, the statement added.
Flex will be present at the Avenues Mall from December 26 to 28 on a promotion to illustrate the mechanism of this technique for those who are interested in this non surgical option and those who are eager to stay in shape.
“Since its inception, Flex with all its various divisions has been a one stop shop for those aspiring to maintain eternal youth, fitness and keep up a good body shape,” said Basma Al-Naqi, assistant managing director at Flex Resorts & Real Estate.
“Whether through the gym or the gourmet or the spa, Flex has been keen to equip its subsidiaries with the newest technology and beauty solutions to provide a healthy lifestyle to all of our customers. Now, adding this non surgical option for fat burning will be an added value for our customers who would like to lose the extra weight in less time.
“What we are looking to achieve through La Beauté is to spare our valuable customers the painful recovery period they would go through after surgeries and to achieve fantastic results with less pain and less time,” Al-Naqi added. – TradeArabia News Service
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