Reduce the appearance of cellulite and dimpling with cosmetic laser treatment.
Now you have nothing to hide.
You are not alone. In fact, 80% of adult women are affected by cellulite.
Yet today, it's easier than ever to do something about cellulite and dimpling. That's because a non-invasive cosmetic laser treatment can now greatly improve the appearance of afflicted skin. Plus, with regular maintenance treatments, it will continue to look firmer, smoother and healthier than it has in years.
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What causes cellulite?
Cellulite is fat trapped by a network of connective fibers. As fat deposits accumulate within the structure of this tissue, a dimpling effect is seen.
How does laser treatment work?
Laser diodes penetrate skin tissue and together with the massaging action it smooths out the cellulite affected area and improves microcirculation. This in turn increases skin elasticity and promotes a tighter appearance.
What parts of the body can be treated?
This sort of laser treatment can be performed on cellulite-prone areas like the thighs, buttocks, "love handles" and stomach. It can also refresh tissue and uncover softer, more radiant skin around the face, neck and upper arms.
Is it painful?
To the contrary, this is a pleasant, non-surgical procedure which feels similar to a therapeutic massage.
How many treatments are required?
Typically, 16 treatments are recommended — twice per week for 8 weeks. Maintenance treatments are also recommended to enhance the outcome. Factors such as age, treatment area and overall fitness level should also be taken into account.
Does it complement liposuction?
Yes. Because liposuction is a surgical procedure, normal results include fluid retention and slackening of the skin. Laser treatment is recommended after surgery to accelerate the tightening of the area. Treatment prior to surgery may also have added benefits. Your doctor or practitioner can help you determine your specific needs.