Cellulite in the thighs, arms, and buttock is one of the biggest cosmetic concerns of women. They form due to the accumulation of stubborn fat deposits that pull down the fibrous bands, which are the connective tissue that binds the skin and muscle. As the fibrous septae breaks apart, fat gets pushed upward the skin's surface to create a dimpled and uneven skin appearance. Loose skin, age, and genetics can also play a part in cellulite formation.
So how does a cellulite treatment work to give a patient the cellulite-free, smoother skin they want? There are many options for noninvasive cellulite reduction procedures. Essentially, they work to reduce the thickness of the layer of the fatty deposit, release the fibrous septae, stimulate collagen production, and improve skin elasticity to make cellulite less noticeable.
Cellulite reduction is an in-demand cosmetic treatment today and for a good reason - it’s safe, quick, and guaranteed to work for almost anyone who is bothered by skin dimpling in on their body. Here at Evolve Med Spa, our plastic surgeon and expert staff are committed to helping you find a renewed sense of confidence in your body and beauty by treating your cellulite problem without the need for plastic surgery.
At Evolve Med Spa NJ, we can guarantee that you’ll get only the best service during your cellulite treatment session at our state-of-the-art facilities. Our experienced and trained aestheticians use medical-grade tools and are equipped with the latest cellulite reduction techniques to give you the best results.
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A: Cellulite and stretch marks are two skin problems that are often mistaken to be the same thing. The difference is that stretch marks are thin lines that form when the skin stretches quickly while cellulite forms due to buildup of fat that pushes against the skin. Stretch marks are common among people who experience any sudden weight loss or gain.
A: Cellulite is different from body fat so weight loss programs may not be as effective in completely removing cellulite. Weight loss can only decrease the size of the fat cells so there is still a chance that they will grow and worsen cellulite condition if you gain weight. Maintaining an active lifestyle, eating a low-fat diet, and strengthening and toning your muscle is the best way to prevent cellulite from reappearing or worsening.
A: In a nutshell, plastic surgery refers to any surgical procedure like liposuction which aims to alter or reconstruct any facial and body features for cosmetic reasons. Most options for cellulite reduction today can be done without surgically operating on the body. There is, however, an option for laser-assisted liposuction which may help to reduce fat and cellulite in the intended treatment area.
A: Our aestheticians and doctors will recommend a personalized cellulite treatment plan depending on your cellulite condition and personal goals. Multiple treatments and follow-up maintenance may be required to achieve optimal results.
Before undergoing cellulite treatment, it’s important to consult with your provider to determine if you are a good fit for the treatment. You’re qualified for cellulite reduction if: