Exilis Overall Review: 4.65

Meets Doctor Expectations: 4.65
Meets Patient Expectations: 4.48
Complications/Adverse Responses: 4.82
(1 is worse than expected 5 is less than expected)
Downtime: 4.78
(1 is worse than expected 5 is less than expected)
Pain: 4.53
(1 is worse than expected 5 is less than expected)
Review by: American Health and Beauty Editors
Why Physicians Recommend Exilis
  • Minimal downtime, low risk
  • Can break up fat in addition to tightening skin
  • Technology evenly distributes heat, minimizing the risk of burns
  • Majority of patient reviews claim satisfaction with their results
  • Doctors say "device design helps more effective amount of energy to be applied in less time"
Complaints About Exilis
  • Not intended for weight loss
  • Initial results may vary widely from patient to patient
  • Some redness after treatment, should subside shortly after
  • Multiple treatments may be required, some doctors say up to 8 or more


Exilis is a treatment used to provide skin tightening and, in some cases, fat reduction/body contouring . Patient comfort during the treatment, as well overall satisfaction with results, is largely operator dependent. A doctor's familiarity with the device and aesthetic sensibility impact final results.

Most patient reviews seem to reflect favorable experiences of patients who are pleased with the results of the treatment. Reviews that are negative cite either error from the person delivering the treatment (a novice nurse for example) or dissatisfaction with how long the results last compared to how much was spent for the treatment. Be sure to voice any concerns during consultation with your provider so that you are clear about short term and long term expectations.

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