Love handles. Saddlebags. Jiggly arms and double chins. We all have trouble areas on our bodies that we’re not too happy about and wish we could get rid of. But not everyone is ready to commit to surgeries or other invasive procedures because of the long treatment and recovery periods, the pain, the cost, and the fear of unnatural-looking results. More on Exilis
Someone may at some point have told you that things like cellulite, saggy skin, and wrinkles are all a natural part of life. But of course that doesn’t mean we have to like it. Face lifts, tummy tucks, and even neck lifts are all permanent surgical solutions to some of the problems that plague women. More on Cellulaze
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
Cellulite. Ugh. Just the word is enough to make most women shudder. Whether it’s on your thighs, rear, arms, or abdomen, cellulite is sometimes unavoidable and often hard to get rid of.
Fortunately in today’s constantly evolving cosmetic procedure industry, it’s not all bad news when it comes to stubborn cellulite. The FDA has approved several devices that all take a similar approach to the battle of the demonic dimples. So similar in fact, it can be hard to keep them straight. Endermologie, Velashape, and SmoothShapes all use More on Removing Cellulite