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How To Remove Stubborn Cellulite On The Thighs

Author : Cris White

The thighs are one of the areas most susceptible to cellulite. Summer is the time to get rid of those cellulite-ridden thighs so that you can get into your swimsuit without feeling self-conscious. But the problem is cellulite just doesn’t go away – no matter how rigorously you exercise or diet. Lotions, creams and massage won’t work either – results, if any, are temporary. So what’s the solution? Luckily, there is very effective cellulite reduction treatment available now and this article tells about how it can help you remove stubborn cellulite on the thighs.

CellulazeTM - Cellulite Treatment that’s Creating a Big Buzz

You understand how you can treat cellulite, you need to understand how it is caused. Tight fibrous bands connect the muscles through the fat to your skin. Enlarged pockets of fat trapped by the inflexible bands push up against the skin to cause the dimpled effect called cellulite. In women with thin skin, cellulite is very obvious.

And it’s here at last! A really effective treatment to bust cellulite, both plastic surgeons and patients alike are talking about Cellulaze TM , the world’s first minimally invasive aesthetic device that is specifically designed to target the structure of cellulite beneath your skin. In fact, the reason why the other treatments don’t work is that they address only the surface of the skin. Patient satisfaction levels with this unique treatment for cellulite are very high.

How Cellulaze TM Treatment Works

Note that this revolutionary laser cellulite reduction surgery is offered only specially trained Cellulaze TM physicians. This is a wide-awake procedure as it requires only local anesthesia. The plastic surgeon marks the treatment area on your thighs and makes a small incision. A tiny cannula or tube with the special SideLaze3D™ Cellulaze laser is inserted through the incision. The laser targets the cellulite precisely to liquefy and level out the bumps of fat. It also works to release the tight fibrous bands that pull down on the skin of your thighs. This reduces the dimpling effect. The liquefied fat is then removed. Besides reducing cellulite, the laser energy can stimulate collagen production and improve your skin’s depth and elasticity. Just one procedure gives your thighs smoother, younger looking skin that lasts.

Safe Cellulite Removal Surgery

This safe laser cellulite reduction procedure normally takes just 1–1.5 hours. Effects are impressive if you have only mild to moderate cellulite on your thighs. There could be some bruising and discomfort and you may have to wear a compression garment. You can get back to your normal routine within a day or two. Results continue to get better three to twelve months post-surgery.

Now that you know how to go about removing stubborn cellulite from your thighs, do your research to find a skilled and qualified Cellulaze TM physician with an AAAASF-accredited plastic surgery practice.

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Cellulaze is a safe and extremely effective technique for cellulite reduction. The cellulite treatment gives women an improved body shape and a new sense of well-being.

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