Park City, UT (PRWEB) September 11, 2012
For an estimated 85 percent of women, fighting cellulite is an ongoing battle that, until now, they have had little chance of winning. Lotions, potions, exercising, and dieting have all proved ineffective against the dimpled, orange peel-looking skin that shows up on the buttocks and thighs. Along the way, this has turned cellulite treatment into a multibillion-dollar industry, according to market estimates. But with the advent of the SideLaze3D™ Cellulaze laser, they have a new weapon in the arsenal.
LipoSite reports that Cellulaze is the first and only minimally invasive cellulite treatment backed by extensive clinical data and four years of clinical research. Cellulaze uses a unique SideLaze laser fiber to deliver energy directly under the skin, targeting two causes of cellulite — tight connective tissue bands and enlarged pockets of fat. The cellulite treatment also improves the thickness and elasticity of the skin by gently warming it from underneath which stimulates collagen production. A single Cellulaze treatment has been shown to increase the thickness of the skin by 25 percent and its elasticity by 29 percent.
According to a study published in Aesthetic Surgery Journal, a single treatment with a 1440-nm pulsed laser resulted in an overall improvement in the appearance of cellulite, which lasted for at least one year. Cynosure, Inc. received FDA clearance for the Cellulaze™ Workstation in January 2012, making it “the only aesthetic device that directly treats the physiological structure of cellulite, providing clinically proven, results,” according to Cynosure President and Chief Executive Officer Michael Davin.
This is good news for the cellulite-afflicted women who prefer their cottage cheese on a dish, not on their body!
LipoSite has published a new article which breaks down the procedure in detail, including incisions, recovery, and costs. LipoSite also offers the reader information on liposuction and other cellulite treatments for comparison.