Cellfina - the novelty in cellulite treatments
Studies show that at least 85% of women suffer from cellulite, but I don't think it's of any comfort for anybody to know this. We still hate that cottage cheese look of the skin and hope that we're going to find a cellulite treatment that will rid us forever of it. If you're like me, you've probably tried every cellulite cream and cellulite remedy out there and still are looking for something miraculous.
I know the feeling of not being able to see fast results when it comes to physical appearance. I'm not saying that you can't beat cellulite with some remedies or anti cellulite products, but I'm pretty sure that we're all looking for that one treatment that's going to make a difference in a matter of weeks or maybe even days. So is there a quick anti cellulite treatment, a breackthrough product or something that's going to help us remove cellulite forever?
Cellfina - anti cellulite device that removes cellulite on the long run
The answer seems to be "yes", the minimally invasive cellulite treatment Cellfina promises long-term smoothing of the skin and removing cellulite.
Cellfina is an anti cellulite device approved by the FDA after two safety studies and a clinical trial on 55 patients. The anti cellulite device promises a long-term improvement of cellulite with the results lasting for at least a year. One of the designers of the device gives his unbiased opinion (he does not get paid to promote the product, so he has no financial interest in making the cellulite cure look good) on this cellulite device and tells us that some patients have had their cellulite removed for at least three years.
How does the anti cellulite device Cellfine work?
Cellfina is based on a simple idea, that the dimpling can be flattened out by snipping the clusters of tissue called septae in the fat under the skin that connect skin to muscles (you could compare this to the look of a sofa). Until now, the attachments could be cut two ways: by going under the skin with a laser or with a surgical maneuver called subcision, in which the surgeon slides a scalpel under the skin and, using a fanning motion, cuts the attachments. But subcision is a pretty dangerous and crafty procedure. When performed improperly, it causes bleeding, bruising, pain, and scarring that may result in firmness that lasts for months.
The best anti cellulite device
Cellfina takes the whole anti cellulite procedures to another level and makes the easier and more credible, even an invasive treatment like subcision is minimized. The device is the size of an iPhone and works mechanically—no laser, no heat, no sound or radio waves. Most patients have a total of 15 to 25 dimples on their thighs and buttocks, says Kaminer.
Cellfina - steps of the anti cellulite device
First, each dimple is marked with a circle the size of a silver dollar. Next, the circular patch of skin is numbed with an automatic injection of lidocaine. Then the device grabs the skin with the aid of suction and slides a miniature blade about six millimeters below the skin to cut the attachment.
The blade is so tiny that there’s no bleeding and minimal bruising, and it takes the doctor only about an hour to treat 25 dimples of cellulite. In a clinical study, the only postoperative pain medication required was Tylenol, and patients resumed activities the same day or the next. One treatment costs $2,500 to $5,000 depending on the number of dimples and the physician’s geographical region.
So, if you have the money for the anti cellulite procedure, maybe you'll give Cellfina a shot and find that it's a breakthrough cellulite cure and just an inane creation. Try out the cellulite exercises with the foam roller that are just as interesting.