Until recently, VelaSmooth was the top treatment for cellulite with its combined use of infrared light and radio frequency to smooth out cellulite. Recently, the same company that introduced Velashape added the benefits of vacuum and mechano-stimulation to infrared light laser and radio frequency technology. The result – VelaShape, More on Velashape
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The newest member to the cellulite roller and vacuum club is SmoothShapes. What sets it apart is its use of two different lasers during treatment. The first laser delivers energy to the subcutaneous fat cells to increase their permeability, while the other melts the lipids inside the fat cells. The massage from the rollers along with the suction then helps to eliminated the liquified lipids by speeding up lymphatic drainage. More on SmoothShapes
Endermologie is often thought to refer to a generic procedure, similar to the words “facial” or “massage,” but it is actually a patented and trademarked technology owned by a company called LPG. The grandmother of all that followed, Endermologie was first introduced in the 1980s. Originally intended as a treatment for burn scars, patients and doctors noticed that in addition to treating the scar, the device was reducing cellulite. More on Endermologie
Cellulite is not unusual; 90% of women over the age of 20 have it. The dimples and puckers that develop on the thigh, hip and stomach is normal fat that collects just below the skin surface.
There are lots of opinions but no sound medical agreement about the cause of cellulite. The contenders are: More on Cellulite Treatments
From the elaborate, powdered wigs of the 18th-century to the aggressively teased hair of the 1980s, hair fashions have changed dramatically over time. But in the midst of ever-changing styling trends, one element remains constant – a woman’s hair is, and will always be, her crowning glory. More on Astressin-B