You’ve tried enough lotions, creams, exercise classes and fad diets to get rid of your cellulite, but you have not found an effective method of cellulite removal. Here’s the problem—cellulite is actually not a fat issue; it’s a skin issue. Cellulite is actually caused by factors going on under the skin’s surface and has more to do with your skin’s structure than how much ice cream you ear. The reason topical lotions and potions do not work in the treatment of cellulite is because they only address the outer layer of the skin and not the structure below. It’s time to stop blaming yourself for your cellulite and to start seeking help. Thanks to a new laser cellulite removal procedure called Cellulaze, you can finally stop dreading bathing suit season.
What is cellulite?
We all know cellulite by its dimpled, orange peel-like texture, often found on the thighs and buttocks. What are the causes of cellulite? Researchers think that hormones, slow metabolism, lack of exercise and genetics are some of the big factors in deciding who gets cellulite and who doesn’t. But as many of us know, even the thinnest women get cellulite. Cellulite is actually a structural problem that occurs when the connective tissue underneath the skin’s surface becomes rigid, then the pockets of fat that are constricted between these rigid connective tissue bands pushes into the skin, creating the unsightly look of cottage cheese on the skin. Women who have thin skin will see more cellulite on the surface of their skin than women with thicker skin. Unfortunately exercise and diet do not always help with cellulite removal. Luckily, we have an effective laser cellulite removal treatment that will help rid of those lumps and bumps on your skin without the risks and costs associated with traditional liposuction.
Cellulaze laser treatment for cellulite removal
Cellulaze laser treatment that has shown amazing improvement in the appearance of cellulite. Cellulaze targets the structural issues under the skin, where cellulite is formed. It’s performed under only local anesthesia (patients are awake for the procedure). The Cellulaze procedure is minimally invasive and can be performed in just about an hour with little downtime after the Cellulaze treatment; unlike other cosmetic surgery procedures, patients do not need to take significant time off work or social engagements
The procedure takes about one hour to one hour and a half. A few tiny incisions are made in the area to be treated and the Cellulaze laser is inserted through a tiny cannula at the site of the incision. The Cellulaze laser smoothes out pockets of fat and breaks up fibrous bands that pull down skin down around the fat pockets and stimulate collagen in order to make the skin thicker and healthier. Cellulaze has completed studies to prove efficacy and safety. Clinical studies showed that a single Cellulaze treatment gave improvement in the appearance of cellulite lasting for one year.