What is Cellulite?
Contrary to what most people believe, cellulite is not always a result of poor lifestyle choices or being overweight. Cellulite occurs in more than 90% of women, regardless of weight or their body type. Instead, scientists believe cellulite is influenced primarily by hormones.
Nearly every post-pubescent female struggles with some degree of cellulite. The appearance of skin dimpling occurs mainly on the buttocks, thighs, and abdomen. However, some women can have cellulite form on their breasts and upper arms. While cellulite is not a medical concern, it is a self-esteem concern for women who struggle with the appearance of their bodies. Luckily, there are simple and effective non-surgical cellulite treatments available.
Non-Surgical Cellulite Treatment Options
Body Morph MD offers the most popular, revolutionary cellulite treatments available on the market. These popular services include the newest QWO cellulite shot, Emtone, and Emsculpt. Learn more about each treatment option here:
QWO cellulite treatment is the first and only FDA-approved injection for reducing moderate to severe cellulite. The newest cosmetic treatment restructures connective tissue responsible for the dimpling skin associated with cellulite. Treatments are minimally invasive and reduce the appearance of dimpling by smoothing out the skin without painful surgery or intense lasers. In addition, the 10-minute procedure requires little to no downtime afterward, making it a convenient treatment option for everyone.
Also known as the cellulite shot, QWO is scientifically proven as safe and effective. If you are tired of struggling with the embarrassing appearance of cellulite, QWO injections might be the best solution for your body.
Emtone is another popular non-invasive cellulite treatment effective at reducing the appearance of cellulite. This revolutionary treatment combines dual technologies to address the most common contributing factors of skin dimpling.
Emtone uses radiofrequency (RF) and acoustic wave energy to target deep beneath the skin’s surface. The Radiofrequency creates thermal energy that warms the deep layer of the dermis. It also stimulates skin rejuvenation. RF energy also initiates tissue remodeling by producing more collagen and elastin. This new production fortified the connective strands that hold subcutaneous fat in place and improve skin elasticity. In addition, the acoustic wave technology disrupts fat cells, reducing their overall size. Finally, Emtone helps increase circulation, clearing out retained fluid and metabolic waste build-up that causes fat to bulge.
Emsculpt is a revolutionary body shaping treatment that simultaneously tones muscles while reducing stubborn fat. Using electromagnetic energy, Emsculpt stimulates muscle building and tissue remodeling at a level impossible to achieve through manual exercise.
Emsculpt is FDA-cleared to treat the abdomen, legs, arms, and buttocks. In addition to being scientifically proven safe and effective, treatments are painless and non-invasive. When combined with popular cellulite treatments like QWO and Emtone, patients can achieve a lean, defined physique free from loose or lax skin and building fat deposits.
Cellulite Treatments Near Me
If you are tired of struggling with the appearance of cellulite and want to improve your skin’s appearance and enhance your physique, contact Body Morph MD. We are a leading provider of the most popular cellulite reduction treatments in the Harrison and Yonkers area. Schedule your consultation to receive a personalized treatment tailored to your specific body concerns. Call us at 914-391-1274 or reach out to us online to learn more about cellulite treatments.
**Results may vary. We are reputable for complete customer satisfaction for completed treatments. Before and after images reflect real results from real patients, although individual results may vary. No treatment is promised to provide permanent results. A guarantee is neither provided nor implied. Statements estimating treatment duration and the number of treatments required are based on the typical experience of our patients, however, individual experiences may vary.