San Francisco Med Spa Reveals Celebrity Cellulite Secrets

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Venus Bodywork reveals the latest tricks Hollywood celebrities are using to get rid of their cellulite.

Dermosonic uses two distinct systems to loosen and dissolve fat.

The truth is high end folks (movie stars) whose career depends on their looks do these kinds of treatments regularly (in addition to diet and exercise) to keep themselves looking good

Many people assume that movie stars and models get their firm, toned legs through extreme diet and exercise routines or through surgical procedures like liposuction. Sure, those techniques are used by many in Hollywood, but glamour girls in the know are using new non-surgical treatments to get rid of fat deposits without all the risk of crash diets and invasive procedures. These treatments are more like a day at the spa than a medical procedure, which is why so many celebrities are using them. Venus Bodywork, a San Francisco med spa, explains how the cutting-edge technology of the newest procedures works.

“The truth is high end folks (movie stars) whose career depends on their looks do these kinds of treatments regularly (in addition to diet and exercise) to keep themselves looking good,” says Miria Kutcher, owner of Venus Bodywork in San Francisco.

The Dermosonic machine, made by Sybaritic, is a dual modality system that dissolves fat cells to be metabolized by the body. The practitioner uses an ultrasound wand to warm the underlying layers of tissue, and then applies Non-Invasive Subdermal Therapy (NIST) to create a gentle vacuum suction to move tissue and increase circulation to the area. The procedure feels like a deep tissue massage, and doesn’t cause the painful bruising of some other treatments. It has been featured on TV shows like The Doctors and Rachel Ray.

Another popular treatment that celebrities love is Endermologie, a machine that rolls the skin, stimulating cells, increasing circulation and eliminating fatty deposits. On an episode of Dr. 90210, actresses Natalie Raitano (V.I.P., Pink) and Nikki Zeiring (American Wedding, Goldmember) received the pain-free treatment on camera.

“You know, a lot of people say, ‘but Nikki, you don’t have cellulite.’ And I say, ‘exactly.’” Zeiring explains. The evidence agrees with her: more than 85 scientific studies have proven Endermologie’s effectiveness.

Body wraps have been used since Egyptian times for cleansing and weight loss, but now the new French technique called Sudatonic increases their usefulness by adding infrared to targeted fatty areas in addition to the heat of the full-body wrap. The procedure is typically followed by a lymphatic massage to stimulate additional cellulite reduction.

Celebs use these new methods of reducing cellulite instead of or in addition to liposuction to get that red carpet-ready look. Venus Bodywork is the only spa in San Francisco that offers all of them in one place.

For more information about body sculpting, cellulite reduction treatments or any of Venus Bodywork’s products or services call them at (415) 227-4322, view them on the web or http://www.venusbodywork.com or visit them at 862 Folsom Street in San Francisco by appointment.

About Venus Bodywork
Venus Bodywork was founded in 2004 and is a non-traditional spa that specializes in non-invasive weight loss and body shaping treatments from around the world. The med spa offers the women of San Francisco liposuction alternatives that produce equally impressive results at a fraction of the cost, risk, and without causing down time. Venus also offers skin care solutions and specialized waxing.

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