Trade for prosperity

No surgery. No endoscopy* No anaesthesia - Just result


Sometimes, dieting isn’t enough. The Elipse Balloon is a revolutionary gastric balloon that creates a feeling of fullness by taking up space in your stomach. It gives you the chance to take a ‘honeymoon from hunger’.

Easy to place

The Elipse Balloon is placed during a simple 20-minute consultation with your healthcare professional.2 It does not require surgery, endoscopy*, or anaesthesia.

The support to succeed
A fully supported programme with healthcare professionals on hand to help you change your lifestyle habits. Open the door to a new you!

Meaningful results

Lose an average of 10 to 15kg (1.57 to 2.36 stone) during your 16-week placement with support from a nutritionist and our connected app and scale**.

Elipse is more than “just a gastric balloon”. Elipse combines a high-tech balloon solution with a full package of support to help you develop good lifestyle habits that can remain with you long after your balloon has gone. One clinical study with 509 patients showed that 95% of average weight loss with Elipse can be sustained at 12 month follow up

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*In rare cases, the Elipse Balloon may require endoscopic or surgical intervention for removal. In rare cases, the empty balloon may be vomited instead of passing through the GI tract. **Jamal et al. Obes Surg. 2019 Apr;29(4):1236-1241.



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