Reduce Stubborn Cellulite with Cellulaze™ Laser Treatments

Cellulite Removal

Does it seem like you’ve tried everything to get rid of stubborn cellulite? Diets, exercise, and expensive skin care products claim to reduce the appearance of cellulite but can only deliver minor improvements at best. Cellulaze laser cellulite reduction treatments are more effective than other treatments because they target the structure of cellulite. By removing underlying fat, relaxing connective tissues, and stimulating new collagen production, skin becomes smoother and cellulite will be less visible.

How Laser Cellulite Treatment Works

Cellulaze laser treatments are effective because they use a powerful laser to target the major causes of cellulite. Laser cellulite reduction not only removes stubborn fat*, but also relaxes the pull of fibrous connective tissues on the skin’s surface. In addition, the laser energy stimulates new collagen production to improve the skin’s appearance. By removing excess fat and improving the skin’s texture and thickness, Cellulaze treatments help reduce the appearance of cellulite* better than any other treatment.

What to Expect During Cellulaze Treatments

In some cases, only one session is needed to reduce the appearance of dimpled skin. The procedure is performed while patients are under local anesthesia to alleviate discomfort. The side effects are minor and may include some slight bruising and swelling at the treatment site. Because laser cellulite reduction is minimally invasive, patients can return home to recover after the treatment. Within a matter of days, patients will be able to resume their normal activities. In the next three to six months, the best results will appear. By following a healthy diet and maintaining a regular exercise routine, patients can enjoy longer-lasting results.

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*Results and patient experience may vary.