London, United Kingdom (February 19, 2010) – botonics, London-based cosmetic surgery specialists who employ some of the most experienced medical professionals in the field, are specialists in Vaser Lipo Liposelection technology and comment on recent statistics underlining its success. Based in botonics’ Harley Street clinic, botonics Vaser Lipo Liposelection techniques can target only the fat patients want removing from their body through ultrasound technology, leaving the surrounding tissues virtually undamaged. Vaser Lipo is the perfect solution for targeting those areas that seem immune to regular exercise and healthy diet, such as the outer thighs or the back of the arms. A recent survey has also released statistics about the clients who typically use Vaser Lipo Liposelection.75% of those who use Vasper Lipo are women with an average age of 40 – typically ranging from 26-year-olds to 65-year-olds. Most people have two areas treated in one session, with love handles receiving particular attention (80% of those surveyed). 80% also stated that they experienced no pain during the procedure and 25% did not require any form of post-op pain relief. All of those that didn’t need post-op pain relief opted for over the counter medicines such as paracetamol or Ibuprofen, and there have been zero reports of infections, burns or seromas. “Vaser Lipo Liposelection is a much friendlier way of losing fat through surgery. We’d recommend it to people worried about the processes involved in Liposuction every time,” says Bill Green of botonics. “Vaser Lipo is going to become increasingly more widespread within the cosmetics industry as time goes on, and it’s not surprising to see why. Results look more natural and the treatment is relatively pain-free. We offer a free consultation to interested clients who wish to discuss the treatment with our Plastic Surgeon Vaser specialist.” To find out more about botonics and the cosmetic surgery solutions they provide, visit their website at http://www.botonics.co.uk/ or telephone 0845 680 1964.