Cellulite can be one of the most frustrating issues to deal with on the body. It is incredibly hard to target with exercise and is often left behind even after dieting. This is where Cellulaze from Cynosure can make all of the difference. As a non-surgical approach, this procedure works to smooth out your skin, leaving you looking healthier. This is all done in a minimally-invasive procedure.

What is Cellulite?

Simply put, cellulite is the term for dimpled skin. It is far more likely to happen to women than men. In fact, roughly 90% of women will deal with it at some point, compared to just 10% of men. It is most commonly found on the thighs, buttocks, stomach, and hips. Occasionally, it appears on the breasts and upper arms.

Although the exact causes of cellulite are unknown, several things likely contribute. Genetics seems to play the most important role, while things like pregnancy, weight gain, aging, and hormonal fluctuations are factors as well.

How Does Cellulaze Work?

Using a very small tube called a cannula, energy is delivered directly into the problem area. This is done using a patented SideLaze3D™ laser fiber. As a result, the thickness of your skin is increased. It also releases the fibrous bands that have been pulling your skin down. This process will stimulate the production of collagen, helping to make your skin smoother and thicker in the area.

Benefits of Cellulaze

There are many benefits associated with having this procedure done, including:

  • Your skin will be both stronger and smoother.
  • Your body will continue to generate new collagen.
  • It breaks up the bands of fatty tissue that give you that dimpled look associated with cellulite.
  • Your results are both natural-looking and long-lasting.

At Grossman Dermatology in New York, NY and Santa Monica, CA we can answer your questions and start you on your journey towards kissing cellulite goodbye. If you would like to learn more about Cellulaze and what it can do for you, contact us today to schedule your consultation!

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