It is completely unfair that a complaint that is so untrue can be posted on this site. It is quite obvious it is from a competitor trying to bash it's competition. I can only hope that consumers are smart enough to see through such nonsense and educate themselves on the truths of non-invasive fat loss and the technologies available in the market place.
First: I would suggest all interested parties looking into non-invasive fat loss go to: www.lipolaserreview.com - an unbiased resource for the industry and read the article: Comparing the 3 major players in lipo, laser technology. From there it is quite apparant what technology one would choose.
Saying that, here is some info on the YOLO Curve:
How does Yolo Curve work?
LipoLaser technology works with a cold laser conductor that is placed on the skin over areas to be treated for 30 minutes. Originally designed to speed up healing, doctors noticed that the cold laser technology would also liquefy fat cells painlessly. In contrast to Liposuction, the non-invasive LipoLaser does not remove the fat cell, it drains it. The fat can be metabolized normally by a healthy person, reshaping body contour by a few inches each week.
Is the Yolo Curve safe?
Yes, it is cleared by the FDA as safe. To read the 510k, see below. The device focus is on the subcutaneous fat only, not the visceral fat around organs. The laser light penetrates up to 11mm deep only.
Where can I find out about the FDA 510k clearance for the device?
Please see: http://www.accessdata.fda.gov/cdrh_docs/pdf3/K034009.pdf
and see, August, 2011 Yolo Curve approval: http://www.accessdata.fda.gov/cdrh_docs/pdf11/K110342.pdf