Cellulite Treatment – Minimally Invasive

Stop struggling with cellulite and start loving your body again with our revolutionary laser cellulite treatments.

Reveal smoother skin without the signs of cellulite

No matter how hard you diet and exercise, cellulite remains. That’s because it’s not just related to fat but a structural problem that lives below the skin, preventing you from showcasing the beautiful you both inside and out.

Target cellulite at its source

CellulazeTM is a minimally invasive laser treatment designed to attack the structure of cellulite below the skin and deliver longer-lasting results after just one treatment. Learn more at www.cellulaze.com/

How Cellulaze works

The procedure consists of inserting a very small tube and laser fiber which delivers energy directly under the skin. The laser energy melts the fat and releases the fibrous bands that pull down on the skin that causes that annoying dimpled appearance, all while promoting collagen production, which has been clinically shown to improve skin thickness and elasticity.

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Is Cellulaze right for me?

Cellulaze delivers the best results for women who are not significantly overweight but have mild to moderate cellulite on their thighs. Please talk to your Cellulaze practitioner to get the best information on cellulite laser treatments.

What does the procedure feel like?

Because the area is numbed with local anesthesia, there is minimal discomfort during the procedure. You may feel a light pressure, but it is a mild sensation. Following a Cellulaze laser treatment, you may experience some aches, much like after a physical workout.

How long do the results last?

Clinical studies have shown results can last for one year or more<sup>1</sup>. However, it is important to maintain a healthy diet and exercise regimen to continue enjoying the results of your Cellulaze treatment.

<sup>1</sup>DiBernardo M.D., Barry E. “Treatment of Cellulite Using a 1440-nm pulsed Laser With One-Year Follow-up” Aesthetic Surgery Journal(2011)31(3): 328-341