Does Cellulaze treat cellulite and what should you know about the procedure?
Funny or not, surveys show that if women would have to choose between world peace and getting rid of cellulite, more thank half of them would choose the latter. Ok ok, that poll wasn't supposed to be taken seriously, but studies show that cellulite can deeply harm a woman's self confidence. And giving that more than 85% of women suffer from the orange peel skin look, I'd say that it will definitely make a difference if an efficient cellulite cure or cellulite treatment would make its appearance.
What is cellulite?
Fat deposits get trapped and squeezed between the stiffened fibrous bands that connect the skin's tissues, leading to the dreaded puckered effect on upper and outer thighs and buttocks, and also the stomach and arms. Even supermodels get cellulite, so it's not necessarily related to weight. The phenomenon is largely unrelated to weight, as even slim supermodel Kate Moss has it.
Anti cellulite creams, lotions, serums, brushes, heating and freezing treatments, tights laced with caffeine and a pair of vacuum pump trousers (promoted by some perfectly looking celebrities) have all been suggested as potential remedies and, let's face it, we've all tried them at one point or another in our lives.
Cellulite surgery would be a choice but does cellulite surgery actually work?
I'm all about polls today it seems, so another poll taken on 1000 women showed that more than a third of them would undergo surgery if it were a definite cure for removing cellulite for good. There actually is a sort of surgery for cellulite, that slices the pieces of skin affected by cellulite with a V-shaped cutting tool. Unfortunately, the results on cellulite seem to be negligible and you're also left with some nasty scars after the surgeon cuts you up.
Yes, it does look like a lot of producers and marketers are taking total advantage of our suffering and put out a lot of anti cellulite products and anti cellulite treatments and remedies that are just bogus.
Laser treatments for cellulite that actually gets rid of cellulite!
Not so long ago, surgeons at the British Association of Aesthetic and Plastic Surgeons conference unveiled a revolutionary procedure that, Unlike existing treatments, directly attacks the internal tissues that cause cellulite. This treatment is called Cellulaze and if we are to believe reports this cellulite treatment actually does miracles on reducing cellulite.
How does Cellulaze work for cellulite removal?
The Cellulaze procedure involves a disinfection with iodine solution, a local anaesthesia, tiny incisions and little scarring so it's not exactly and easy anti cellulite procedure but it really does show results on removing cellulite. After that, a laser attached to the end of a fine metal tube, known as a cannula, is then inserted into the fatty areas below the skin through those tiny incisions and emit heat to dissolve the fat and remove the bulges, after which the surgeon directs it sideways to divide the fibrous bands so that the skin plumps out again.
But that's not all.
The same laser heats up the skin in order to stimulate collagen formation, collagen being the most important protein for the tightness and thickness of your skin. The best anti cellulite results will be seen in over 6 to 12 months.
The anti cellulite treatment is very safe and it doesn't imply sucking any fat or such, it just involves applying pressure with swabs to absorb the fluid and fractured fat that seeps out.
Can anyone undergo the Cellulaze anti cellulite treatment?
Unfortunately, if you've suffered from psoriasis or eczema you won’t be able to have Cellulaze until it has been treated, as introducing heat underneath the skin will exacerbate any of those problems. Another things that you should know about what to expect from this laser cellulite treatment is that results also depend on the grade of cellulite that you have. Grade one means there is no obvious cellulite when a woman is standing, but if she pinches the skin on the thighs there will be an orange-peel appearance.