What causes cellulite?
Cellulite is caused when fat cells push through the connective tissue beneath the skin, often causing an orange peel or cottage cheese-like appearance. There is no definitive cause of cellulite, but several factors can contribute to it, such as genetics, hormones, diet, and lifestyle.
Cellulite Laser Treatment
Cellulite is a prevalent cosmetic issue that, in the past, has been notoriously difficult to treat. Thanks to our innovative non-surgical technologies at Crystal Care Clinic, Cellulite laser treatment has started to become a creative approach for the patients. we can more effectively address the structural causes of cellulite, helping to reduce the characteristic dimpling and restore a smoother, firmer texture to the skin.
Our Cellulite Treatment procedure combines three techniques: Verju Green Laser, Cupping Massage, and Radiofrequency.
Verju, The only FDA-approved green laser cellulite treatment, works on releasing the fatty lipids within the fat cell. In doing so, they collapse and shrink in size, reducing cellulite’s appearance. The next step is to pass these fatty remnants through our lymphatic system. Underneath that stimulates collagen production and, around that time, enhances the fibroblast’s stability.
Cupping massage intends to improve the skin’s appearance by draining fluids and toxins from the body. Radiofrequency allows targeting stubborn fat areas.
Who can have this treatment?
During your consultation, a doctor will advise you on the number of treatments needed and the interval required to see some improvement. Results are seen immediately after each session and improve over the next 2-3 weeks. By repeating this process, you will start to achieve great results.
How many treatments do I need?
During your consultation, our specialist will advise you on the number of treatments and the interval needed for the desired outcome. These treatments build on themselves, and you will see improvements each time. However, results are seen immediately after each session and improve over the next 2-3 weeks.