CoolSculpting Lexington Kentucky

January 2016 Monthly Specials

Lexington Special Offers

CoolSculpting

Buy 4 CoolSculpting Cycles and get 2 cycles at 75% off. A savings of $1181!

Buy 6 CoolSculpting Cycles and get 3 cycles at 75% off. A savings of $1772!

BOTOX®

Buy 40 units of BOTOX® and get 10 additional units free. A savings of $140!

Vitamin Injections

Buy 20 Vitamin Injections and get an additional 20 Vitamin Injections at 50% off. A savings of $175!

Louisville Special Offers

CoolSculpting

Buy 4 CoolSculpting Cycles and get 2 cycles at 75% off. A savings of $1181!

Buy 6 CoolSculpting Cycles and get 3 cycles at 75% off. A savings of $1772!

BOTOX®

Buy 40 units of BOTOX® and get 10 additional units free. A savings of $140!

Vitamin Injections

Buy 20 Vitamin Injections and get an additional 20 Vitamin Injections at 50% off. A savings of $175!

Ageless Center Louisville would like to introduce…

Kybella

The first and only FDA approved injectable that contours and improves the Appearance of Submental Fullness (also called “Double Chin”) in adults.

Cool Lyft

This new revolutionary patented system delivers immediate visible results in 5 minutes! The proprietary Hyaluronic Serum and CO2 leaves the skin looking tighter and firmer, increases skin hydration, and improves the appearance of fine lines! Take 10 years off in 5 minutes!

Call Marla for consult and special introductory price for Kybella and Cool Lyft!

MedSpa Membership!

Always specials on all medspa services! A free facial treatment every month!

Ageless MedSpa Open House!

January 14th – 5pm – 7pm

Food, Drinks, MedSpa Specials And Demos

Call office at (502) 896-0060 to register!

Specials are valid thru January 31, 2015. Some restrictions apply, contact an Ageless representative for details.

How Changing Your Thinking Can Change Your Body

With more than 2 in 3 adults considered to be overweight or obese in the U.S., weight loss is a great concern for many men and women across the country. Luckily for them, there are a number of resources available on the subject: books, the internet, and weight loss centers that provide a number of nutritional and medical weight loss solutions. But while the resources for weight loss are seemingly abundant, it is by no means a simple process. Even if one has the tools to be successful, without the right mindset, it is extremely difficult to achieve the results you desire. While weight loss can occur after tracking a calorie deficit of around 500 calories per day and exercising regularly, we can sabotage our own weight loss with negative, toxic thoughts. Why else would the typical dieter make around four weight loss attempts per year? But what if your temporary diet attempt could be a permanent lifestyle change? It is entirely possible -- but in order to change our lifestyles, we must change our minds first. Here are 3 toxic thoughts that are preventing you from making the lifestyle changes you want and furthermore preventing you from getting the results you want: Healthy food is boring, bland, and a chore to consume. Not only is this statement untrue, but approaching each meal with a negative attitude sets up a troubling association between healthy food and dissatisfaction, and junk food and enjoyment. Eating healthy can be and is continually exciting. Figuring out new recipes with healthy, clean foods can be an amazing personal journey to a more delicious, healthy, and happy lifestyle. Approach each meal with excitement and curiosity, rather than resignation. But junk food is comfort food. While it feels like comfort, that feeling of emotional satisfaction experienced from sugary, starchy, and fatty foods is entirely transient. Soon after, your endorphin and blood sugar levels will spike, leaving your hungry, lethargic, and in need of more comfort. While it might take an initial period of adjustment, change the ways you seek comfort. Instead, take a walk. Write in your journal. Watch an uplifting movie or Youtube video. Make healthy interpretations of your favorite 'comfort foods'. With time, your habits will change and your mood will improve. I don't have time to be healthy. This is a convenient excuse. However, as long as you keep making it, your life will not be any different. Think about it: there are 24 hours in the day. Taking even 1/48 of that day (30 minutes) to move your body or an hour to prepare a healthy meal will be a small amount of time that will incite a great deal of change. In conclusion. Stop making excuses. Start today. If you need help, consult a professional for medically supervised weight loss. It will provide the outline and accountability needed to set you up for success.With more than 2 in 3 adults considered to be overweight or obese in the U.S., weight loss is a great concern for many men and women across the country. Luckily for them, there are a number of resources available on the subject: books, the internet, and weight loss centers that provide a number of nutritional and medical weight loss solutions.

But while the resources for weight loss are seemingly abundant, it is by no means a simple process. Even if one has the tools to be successful, without the right mindset, it is extremely difficult to achieve the results you desire. While weight loss can occur after tracking a calorie deficit of around 500 calories per day and exercising regularly, we can sabotage our own weight loss with negative, toxic thoughts. Why else would the typical dieter make around four weight loss attempts per year?

But what if your temporary diet attempt could be a permanent lifestyle change? It is entirely possible — but in order to change our lifestyles, we must change our minds first.

Here are 3 toxic thoughts that are preventing you from making the lifestyle changes you want and furthermore preventing you from getting the results you want:

Healthy food is boring, bland, and a chore to consume.
Not only is this statement untrue, but approaching each meal with a negative attitude sets up a troubling association between healthy food and dissatisfaction, and junk food and enjoyment.

Eating healthy can be and is continually exciting. Figuring out new recipes with healthy, clean foods can be an amazing personal journey to a more delicious, healthy, and happy lifestyle. Approach each meal with excitement and curiosity, rather than resignation.

But junk food is comfort food.
While it feels like comfort, that feeling of emotional satisfaction experienced from sugary, starchy, and fatty foods is entirely transient. Soon after, your endorphin and blood sugar levels will spike, leaving your hungry, lethargic, and in need of more comfort. While it might take an initial period of adjustment, change the ways you seek comfort. Instead, take a walk. Write in your journal. Watch an uplifting movie or Youtube video. Make healthy interpretations of your favorite ‘comfort foods’. With time, your habits will change and your mood will improve.

I don’t have time to be healthy.
This is a convenient excuse. However, as long as you keep making it, your life will not be any different. Think about it: there are 24 hours in the day. Taking even 1/48 of that day (30 minutes) to move your body or an hour to prepare a healthy meal will be a small amount of time that will incite a great deal of change.

In conclusion. Stop making excuses. Start today. If you need help, consult a professional for medically supervised weight loss. It will provide the outline and accountability needed to set you up for success.

Taking Your Weight Loss Journey One Pound at a Time

weight lossWeight loss doesn’t have to be complicated. While many have lofty goals of losing anywhere from 20 to 100 pounds, why not start with losing just one pound? While it may seem small, taking your weight loss one pound at a time is a healthy but manageable means of tackling your weight loss at your own.

Besides, losing even one pound can offer a plethora of benefits for an individual. For example, losing one pound can reduce the risk of developing gallstones and can help to reduce pressure on the knees. And losing one pound per week can lead to the kind of weight loss that is easier to maintain and keep off down the road.

So, how does one lose one pound, anyway? The answer lies in the calorie deficit. According to nutritional science, one must burn 3,500 calories to lose one pound. This can be achieved in three ways: cut 500 calories per day through healthy eating or omitting certain foods, burning 500 calories a day through physical activity, or a combination of healthy eating and exercise.

Losing one pound is just the beginning of a larger weight loss journey. To start your journey today, check out these tips to cut 500 calories a day from your lifestyle:

  1. Skip the Mindless Munching
    When you eat a snack or a meal, eat it intentionally. Don’t read or watch TV while eating, as it can lead to mindless munching and as many as 288 extra calories. Instead, eat at the table and trade an hour of television time with an hour of walking.
  2. Portion Your Food
    Eating chips every now and again is fine — just don’t eat the whole bag. Before reaching for that cracker box or chip bag, check the serving size and take the recommended amount. You might be surprised how small a serving of chips actually is. And if you’re looking to eat more for less calories, try swapping those fat laden crisps for veggie sticks and hummus, instead.
  3. Always Choose Water
    Soda can tack on hundreds of calories to your diet per day. If you are a regular soda drinker, reducing or eliminating your soda intake can drastically improve your health and shake off hundreds of calories from your weekly caloric intake.

Combined with the extra help of medically supervised weight loss programs, regular exercise, and the assistance of a weight loss center, your journey to a happier, and healthier step is only one pound away, one pound at a time.

4 Tips For Staying Healthy During the Holidays

weight lossWith the holiday season just around the corner, and treats abound, it can seem impossible to continue your diet or weight loss plan. And while there’s nothing wrong with indulging during the holidays, health should be a concern all 12 months of the year. According to current statistics, more than two in three adults in the United States are considered overweight or obese. Obesity is a condition that means that a person is 20% higher than the normal weight for someone their gender and height.

An unnecessarily high body weight can have massive health repercussions. In fact, a recent study conducted at Harvard showed that obesity increased the risk of diabetes by 20 and drastically increased the risk of high blood pressure, stroke, and heart disease. Of course, there’s no way to really eat yourself to obesity during the holiday season, but the habits you form during this time can be crucial.

Because of this, it’s always important to keep your health in mind, regardless of what time of year it is.

Here are 4 ways to stay healthy during the holiday season:

  1. Get Support From Weight Loss Programs
    Sometimes, all you need is a little accountability. Weight loss centers give you the kind of support you need to get through the holiday season at a healthy weight.
  2. Move Your Body
    Get at least 30 minutes of exercise, five days a week. No matter what. Whether that means walking around the mall with a friend, taking a Zumba class, or lifting weight, it doesn’t matter. Just move your body. We promise you’ll feel great.
  3. Eat Your Fruits and Veggies
    No matter the meal, get your fill of plant-based foods. At holiday mealtime, make sure at least half your plate is filled with fruit and veg. This will keep you full, the healthy way.
  4. Do it the Natural Way
    The reasons why you shouldn’t use appetite suppressant drugs are numerous, and we’re only learning more and more about how this isn’t a longterm solution. If you are seeking appetite control and weight loss in a medical sense, seek medical weight loss instead, as it is conducted safely, with the help of a professional.

Above all, remember to enjoy the holidays and those around you. After all, the best part of this season is the people you share it with!

December Weight Loss Specials

December 2015 Monthly Specials

Lose it Before the New Year Combo

8 Week Food Plan and 28 Energy Injections!

Lifetime Members

Sale Price $949

$1179.15 Lifetime Member Value

(Save over $230!)

 

Non-Lifetime Members

Sale Price $1089

$1319.43 Non-Lifetime Member Value

(Save over $230!)


Weight Loss Specials

Purchase a package of 16 Energy Injections and get 5 FREE!

Lifetime Member $280

Non-Lifetime Members $308

(Save over $100)

 

12 Week Food Package for $850!

(Save over $130!)

 

Buy 2 Supplements or Vitamins and get one FREE!

Free item must be of equal or lesser value.


MedSpa Specials

Purchase a large or medium area laser package of 6 treatments and receive a small area for FREE!

Includes Laser Hair Removal, IPL, and Fractional

 

Buy 40 units of Botox get 10 units FREE!

 

Buy 2 Juvederm Ultra or Ultra Plus and get the 3rd 75% OFF!

 

Buy 1 Voluma and get the 2nd 25% OFF!

Specials are valid thru December 31, 2015. Some restrictions apply, contact an Ageless representative for details.