How to Cure Cellulite with Cellulaze

Cellulite is a notoriously difficult to treat condition plagues many people of both genders. It is caused by an underlying fat stores and the weakening of muscle fibers that allow the fat to protrude beneath thinning skin. Treatments options for cellulite usually include using products containing aminophylline, caffeine, chromium or other amino acids that are thought to shrink or plump surrounding tissue to mask the appearance of cellulite, however, up till recently, there has been no known cure for the condition. Cellulaze is the first so called “cure for cellulite” currently on the market to date.

It may be possible to minimize the appearance of cellulite using non-invasive procedures such as massage, lazer and topical procedures in addtion to using the Cellulaze treatment. A healthy diet that includes plenty of water and a daily supplement will ensure a weight that will decrease the likelihood of fat deposits that may lead to the appearance of cellulite. Liposuction has been used to treat cellulite, however, there is no conclusive evidence that it is an effective option for reducing the appearance of the fatty deposits.

The Food and Drug Administration approved Cellulaze for distribution by the product’s parent company Cyonosure, Inc. Cellulaze is a device that is considered minimally invasive by plastic surgery standards. During the procedure, a small laser light that uses trademarked SideLight 3D to heat up and melt targeted fat pockets while loosening up muscle bands from the skin to reduce the pocketed, dimpled effect caused by cellulite.

Cellulaze was shown to increase collagen production by 25% and skin elastin by 29% a year after treatment, and one treatment is often effective for a particular area of cellulite. Cellulaze was recently featured on the television show The Doctors and treatment is available in the United States. Find a certified plastic surgeon or licensed physician who is well trained if you are considering getting the Cellulaze procedure to decrease the appearance of cellulite.