Treat cellulite during winter to be ready for summer
Experts in cosmetic treatments have created a minimally invasive, FDA-cleared treatment for cellulite reduction, Cellulaze. This innovative laser technology targets the cause of cellulite, treating it in just one session.
"Winter is the ideal time to treat cellulite," says Dr. Larry Lickstein, board certified plastic surgeon at CSCMD. "While Cellulaze delivers very impressive results, the most dramatic improvement is seen a few months after treatment. So it's advisable to schedule the procedure during wintertime for anyone who wants to prepare for swimsuit season."
Women are far more prone to suffer from cellulite than men, although they too can get it just not as often or as severely. Contrary to what some might still believe, cellulite does not necessarily form because of excess body fat; many slender women are bothered by cellulite. It is actually a structural problem, created when the connective tissues under the skin stiffen and force fat into pockets—forming the dreaded dimples of cellulite.
How does Cellulaze work?
Cellulaze implies using a tiny cannula that is inserted into the skin, and the laser within it targets the bands of tissue that trap fat. Cellulaze treats cellulite in the following ways:
- It instantly releases the fibrous bands of tissue that trap the skin
- At the same time it melts fat deposits that push against the skin
- After that it stimulates collagen production to create smoother, firmer skin
How long does it take to see anti cellulite results with Cellulaze?
The best part of Cellulaze is that after only one Cellulaze treatment you'll be able to see an immediate improvement. The results mature over a few months, as collagen stimulation from the treatment makes the skin firmer and more elastic; the effects generally peak from 3 to 6 months following a Cellulaze session. The results can last as long as a year.
The recovery time from the anti cellulite treatment Cellulaze treatment is minimal, with exercise allowed after just a week or two. Thin compression shorts are required for a few short weeks after treatment.
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