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VelaSmooth — New Technology For Cellulite Reduction
Cellulite Solutions

VelaSmooth — New Technology For Cellulite Reduction

Achieving a smooth appearance in problem cellulite areas has always been a challenge. A new system, which combines high-energy radio waves to heat the treated area along with gentle suction, offers many women, and men, a choice they havent had before. VelaSmooth powered by “elos technology” is the combination of radio frequency and light energies, plus tissue mobilization with gentle suction. This medical device is proven to safely and effectively re-contour the skins surface to reduce the appearance of cellulite. The VelaSmooth technology is FDA-cleared, non-invasive, and non-surgical.

How does this work?

Elos technology is based on the simultaneous application of heat to the tissue with light energy at a controlled infrared wavelength and mechanical manipulation of the skin. The light energy preheats the treatment area and the gentle suction aids in the deep penetration of radio frequency energy into the fat tissue, redistributing and increasing the metabolism of the fat tissue.

In addition to reducing the appearance of cellulite and re-contouring the skins surface, it also provides the added benefit of improved circulation, supporting overall health.

Does it hurt?

Cellulite treatment with VelaSmooth is painless. Many clients compare treatment to a warm, relaxing massage. Treatment requires no sedation, so no downtime is necessary.

Who is a good candidate for VelaSmooth?

Anyone with cellulite and/or skin irregularities on the thighs and /or buttocks could be a good candidate for treatment of the cellulite areas. However, you should not have the treatment if you are pregnant, have scarring or an infection in the area to be treated, you have certain medical conditions, or are taking medication that makes you photosensitive. If you have questions with regard to your condition, it is advisable to speak with your doctor before having the treatment.

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