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UltraShape-VDF: Lose fat permanently in just one visit

No programs required. No weeks of endless treatments


MANILA, Philippines — Experience for yourself why over 90% of clients have seen noticeable improvements in their problem areas right after just one session of UltraShape-VDF.

UltraShape-VDF is the clinically proven non-invasive way to remove unwanted fat for good. Its advanced ultrasonic technology targets and destroys fat cells better than any other system. It’s body shaping via fat cell reduction. It’s lipo without the suction!

Why is UltraShape-VDF so good?

  • It’s non-invasive. No surgery required.

  • It’s painless. No need for anesthesia.

  • It’s quick and easy. Lose unwanted fat in less than an hour while lying down.

  • It doesn’t leave unsightly scars, lumps and ripples. Just a smooth and slimmer you.

  • There is no downtime. You can get your treatment during your lunch break and go back to work immediately afterwards.

  • Doesn’t require weeks of endless treatments. You will see and feel the difference after one session.

UltraShape-VDF is the perfect solution for your trouble spots—bulging tummy, muffin top, thick thighs, love handles, or saddle bags.

At Marie France, all treatments are supervised by in-house doctors and its teams of qualified nutritionists are on hand to offer personal one-on-one advice on lifestyle choices for your slimmer, healthier future.

Call Marie France today at 894-2639 to book your appointment.  advt


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