Reduce the Appearance of Stubborn Cellulite

No surgery. Just a new fabulous you!

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productlogos_09VelaShape® III is a non-surgical, non-invasive body contouring procedure that uses radio frequency energy and infrared heating to smooth and tighten skin affected by cellulite and minimize body circumference in areas such as the hips, thighs, abdomen, upper arms and neck.

Did you know?

An estimated 85% to 98% of women over the age of 16 have cellulite, regardless of size, shape or weight.*

About 81% of American women 25 and over are concerned about maintaining their body shape.*

About 70% of American women 25 and over worry about developing a tummy bulge.*

How does VelaShape® III work?

This treatment uses vacuum technology that gently heats your fat cells. Most patients say that it is a comfortable process similar to a deep tissue massage, although the sensation varies from patient to patient.

This treatment (1) reduces the appearance of cellulite, (2) contours your body in trouble spots that diet and exercise just can’t reach, (3) is a comfortable, no-downtime procedure, and (4) delivers results quickly, safely and effectively!

VelaShape® is the only FDA cleared device that effectively, safely and non-invasively contours, shapes and slims the body by reducing cellulite and firming problem areas in as little as 4 treatments.^

^Noticeable changes to appearance may take longer.

You CAN have the shape that you want!

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The images shown above are actual results, however individual results may vary.

 

 

*Statistics are based on the results of a September 2012 study conducted by Kelton Market Research among 1,045 American women age 25 and over.

VelaShape POST-PROCEDURE INSTRUCTIONS

  • Congratulations on completing your treatment. Here are a few reminders on what to expect and how to maximize your results.
  • The treated skin may remain reddened and swollen for several hours to days. You may experience some discomfort that may be aided by moisturizing with cool lotion or using cool compresses.
  • Some patients may develop bruising in the area especially if you are taking blood thinners or NSAIDs.
  • Continue to keep the skin well hydrated by drinking plenty of water and applying moisturizers daily.
  • Avoid tanning of the skin as this may lead to abnormal discoloration of the skin.
  • If you have been prescribed medications for herpes prophylaxis, be sure to continue taking this medication as written.

 

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