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Love handles or neck and chin?
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My arms and back fat areas are my major concerns. When I met with the PS, he suggested that I do my neck and chin at the same time. I've already paid in full for my lipo, which is a combination of vaser, lipo-therm and smart lipo. Since the PS will already be working on my arms and back, would it make more sense to have him do my love handles at the same time instead of my neck and chin? Is it appropriate to do all of tese areas at the same time? I believe that my love handles need lipo more than my neck and chin. I have no curves and I'd love to have some curves and definition on my upper body instead of looking like Sponge Bob. My procedure is scheduled for a Thursday and I have to return to work on the following Monday. I need advice so I spend my money wisely and get the best results.

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Miami, FL
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June 13, 2014 3:32 AM

Guess I missed responding in time . Sorry.. (more)
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