Cellfina anti-cellulite treatment
Cellfina is a treatment approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) that improves in one sitting the appearance of cellulite by acting directly on adipose responsible for the orange peel
Indications: Clear dimpling due to dimpled skin
Cellfina improves the appearance of cellulite on the buttocks and thighs in women who are not overweight.
Always located in the same places, cellulite insidiously from puberty and progressively worsens over time to become a cosmetic problem psychologically well accepted and difficult to treat.
Cellulite is manifested by an increased number of fat cells (adipocytes) and volume and a change of surrounding skin tissue which then have that appearance “corrugated” feature of the orange skin.
The course of the session
The Cellfina system acts directly on adipose and changes the underlying structure of cellulite.
The doctor anesthesia the treatment area then it sucks through a suction cup each cavity caused by the orange peel. He then introduced a needle in the superficial layers of the skin to release the fibrous bridges, the main responsible for the appearance of cellulite.
A treatment lasts between 30 and 45 minutes. A single session is enough.
Cellfina is a painless method. Just a slight swelling and redness for a few hours after the meeting in areas where the plunger and the needle were used.
There is no scar.
There is at most a slight feeling of warmth and some redness after the session that disappear within hours. The resumption of daily activity immediately.
The skin is plumper and smoother. The results last two years. They are visible on the third day and continue to improve in the weeks and months following treatment.
The satisfaction rate is very high:
85% after three months.
94% after one year.
96% after two years.
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