These electron microscopic video shows the formation of a transitory pore forming in the bi-lipid membrane of an adipose cell when exposed to the Zerona laser. This pore is the direct result of safe, low-level laser stimulation and the reason why the triglycerides and fatty acids are able to move into the interstitial space. The tiny pore causes no damage to the cell. It simply allows the fatty content to safely evacuate the cell.
This scanning electrom microscopy shows collapse of the fat cells, releasing the fats into the interstitial space for removal via the lymphatic system.