CONTRIBUTED CONTENT — Are you struggling to get rid of extra body fat? Tired of not feeling confident in your own skin? We’ve all been there, and Belle Medical is here for you.

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More than just a med spa, Belle Medical empowers people to love their bodies and live happier, healthier lives through cutting-edge solutions like BelleSculpt body sculpting procedures and semaglutide injections. They’ll help end your weight-loss woes when nothing else has worked, without the need for fad diets, extreme workouts and risky surgeries. 

“Over time, all bodies will develop areas of hormonal fat storage that won’t go away with diet and exercise alone,” Belle Medical president Wendy Edmunds said. “That’s where we come in.”

Belle Medical’s BelleSculpt treatment uses ultrasound technology to liquefy fat followed by a gentle suction process to remove it. Unlike many procedures on the market that promise fat loss, it actually breaks down and permanently eliminates fat cells.

With the trusted and proven technology of BelleSculpt, anyone can shed inches and eliminate stubborn pockets of hormonal fat once and for all. In fact, Belle Medical guarantees a minimum fat loss of 2-5 inches following the procedure; many clients lose even more. 

BelleSculpt treatments are nonsurgical and minimally invasive. Clients remain awake while comfortably sedated throughout the entire process, and most return to their normal routine within 24-48 hours.

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Belle Medical specializes in natural-looking results for both men and women. Recognizing that everyone’s ideal body shape is different, your treatment provider will create a plan based on the look the you want to achieve and exactly how you hope it will be sculpted. 

“Whether you’re needing to get some hormonal weight off for health reasons or you’re into fitness and want to improve yourself aesthetically, we guarantee results that change your body permanently,” Edmunds said.

At Belle Medical, you can combine BelleSculpt with semaglutide, an exciting new advancement in weight loss, to create the best version of yourself. Semaglutide, administered via weekly self-injection, is approved by the FDA for weight loss and proven to be extremely effective.

In clinical trials, patients lost an average of 15% of their body weight after 12 months of taking semaglutide. Belle Medical has partnered with compounding pharmacies to create a unique blend of semaglutide plus vitamin B12 to increase the drug’s efficacy while reducing common side effects.

With semaglutide, the body and brain feel fuller faster, helping prevent overeating. It does this by targeting an area of the brain called the GLP-1 receptors to regulate appetite and reduce food cravings. 

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Semaglutide further accelerates weight loss by increasing insulin resistance, which helps control blood sugar spikes and lower blood sugar. Higher insulin sensitivity allows for fat to be used as fuel rather than stored as unwanted weight gain, making it much easier to stick to a healthy diet and lifestyle.

Belle Medical partners with people to achieve wellness inside and out and takes pride in rolling out the red carpet for every client. When you come in for your free, no-obligation consultation, you’ll meet with a treatment coordinator in a warm and comfortable environment to discuss the areas you’re seeking to improve.

“Weight loss is so important. It impacts the way you look, it impacts the way you feel, it impacts your health,” Edmunds said. “We’re passionate about making sure that when clients come to us, the solutions we offer them actually work.”

Are you ready to start your journey toward the new, improved you? Visit or call 435-922-1986 to schedule your consultation today.

Written by ALEXA MORGAN for St. George News.

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