A cellulite treatment that attacks its very structure

You have tried to get rid of cellulite but whatever you have tried, nothing has worked - until now!

Now there is a way to treat cellulite: Cellulaze by Cynosure - the only treatment that attacks the structural problems beneath the skin that cause cellulite.

It is generally believed that cellulite is a fat problem that you can address through diet and exercise. Fat is not the only factor, there are other ones outside your control. Now there is a way to combat cellulite, with a treatment that attacks the structural problems beneath the skin that cause the cellulite in the first place!

Cellulaze is a minimally invasive procedure performed by a qualified doctor. The new laser-assisted Cellulaze anti-cellulite treatment is clinically proven to increase your skin natural thickness for a smoother, healthier look that lasts

Several factors play a role in the appearance of cellulite: ageing, hormones, genetics and dramatic weight changes. They can cause connective tissue bands under the skin to stiffen and the fat cells they surround to become larger and push up into the skin creating the ‘orange peel’ effect on the skin. Cellulaze treats those fibrous bands beneath the skin, while also thickening and adding elasticity to the skin.

The areas of cellulite to be treated will be marked with a marker. A few tiny incisions will be made, about the size of the tip of a pen Local anaesthesia or numbing solution is used (you'll be awake during the procedure) The Cellulaze laser fibre is threaded through a very small tube (or cannula) and inserted through the incision site.

A SideLaze3D™ Cellulaze laser fibre will be used to:

  • Level out bumps of fat
  • Treat dimples by releasing the fibrous bands that pull down on the skin
  • Stimulate collagen production to increase your skin’s depth and elasticity for a smoother look
  • The liquefied fat is gently pressed out
  • The entire procedure should take about 1–1.5 hours, depending on the area

You may feel some discomfort and show some bruising. Small amounts of fluid may leak from the incision sites. You may be asked to wear compression garments.

After a day or two you should be able to resume normal activities and more strenuous exercise after one or two weeks.

Your will see continued improvement s over the next three to twelve months