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Zap Away Cellulite With Cellulaze

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Finally Get Rid of Cellulite with Cellulaze

Cellulite is probably one of the most unwanted skin issues there are, but now thanks to a new minimally invasive procedure called Cellulaze, there is finally something you can do about it. Cellulite, which looks an awful lot like the texture of an orange peel or lumpy cottage cheese, prevents those who have it from feeling good about wearing bathing suits or letting their body show in shorts or skirts. Cellulite shows up mostly on the thighs, buttocks, legs and abdomen, areas that make it difficult to bare your skin during the summer season. Many people spend hundreds and thousands of dollars on lotions and creams that supposedly tackle cellulite, but end up being disappointed. The Cellulaze laser works because it treats and breaks up the fibrous bands that cause cellulite.

How Cellulaze Works

For those who have cellulite, but don’t want to undergo traditional liposuction surgery, Cellulaze is a terrific alternative. With the use of the SideLaze3D laser, Cellulaze is able to break down the fibrous bands below the skin’s surface that pull the skin down and create that lumpy cottage cheese look. Cellulaze also thickens the skin and stimulates collagen while adding elasticity, all of which will reduce the appearance of cellulite.

Why Diet and Exercise Won’t Help Cellulite

Many people think that cellulite goes hand in hand with being overweight or a lack of exercise. But that is actually not true. Genetics, age and hormones are the main factors that will determine who gets cellulite or not. While a healthy diet and regular exercise will help keep you in shape, you can still develop cellulite regardless of how thin you are. Even supermodels and famous movie stars, who are as thin as can be, have to battle with cellulite. Cellulite forms when the connective tissue bands beneath the skin become stiff, causing the surrounding fat cells to enlarge and push directly up to the skin’s surface, which creates that yucky orange peel look.

What to Expect During Cellulaze

When you arrive at your physician’s office, he or she will use a marker to highlight the areas with cellulite that will be treated. You will be treated with a local anesthesia or numbing cream, you will remain awake and alert throughout the procedure. The doctor will make a few tiny incisions where the Cellulaze laser fiber will enter through a small tube, called a cannula. After the procedure, your doctor will gently press the liquefied fat out of the incision holes. Your Cellulaze procedure will take approximately one to one and a half hours.

After Your Cellulaze Treatment

Typically patients will have mild discomfort and some bruising after their Cellulaze treatment. It usually takes one to two days for patients to resume normal activities and obligations. After one to two weeks, it’s safe to return to your regular fitness schedule. In fact, diet and exercise will help you maintain the amazing results you will see after Cellulaze. The great thing about Cellulaze is that you only need one treatment to see results that will last up to one year. Patient satisfaction is extremely high after Cellulaze, it’s been reported that 93% of patients were very satisfied after their treatment. Click here to learn more about Cellulaze!
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