How Cleveland area patients can get rid of cellulite
Over time, many women begin to notice changes in their skin and body. This may be due to the natural progression of aging. However, other issues can develop that may be extremely noticeable and embarrassing for some of our patients. This is the development of cellulite.
Cellulite is the dimpling appearance that can be noticed on the skin around the thighs and buttocks. This “cottage cheese” look is often noticeable when women wear swimsuits, shorts, and skirts. It can be incredibly embarrassing for some women, which can cause them to wear clothing at all time to cover up what makes them feel self-conscious.
Cellulite is not a condition that happens only to overweight patients. This is a common misconception. Cellulite develops due to many different factors, which may include genetics, metabolism, age, and even just the thickness or ethnicity of the skin. Many of these factors are out of one’s control, so patients need to understand that cellulite doesn’t always develop because of something that was done “wrong.”
Thankfully, there are ways for patients to get rid of cellulite. At Seriously Skin Cosmetic and Laser Medicine, we provide two treatments that are FDA approved to reduce the appearance of cellulite. The first is CelluSmooth, a treatment that uses a minimally invasive laser to break up the connective tissue that causes the dimpling of the skin. Additionally, we provide Exilis, which uses radiofrequency energy to break down the excess fat in the area and therefore reduce the severity of cellulite. Both CelluSmooth and Exilis are available at our practice and they are performed by trained professionals.
Women in the Cleveland area are welcome to contact Seriously Skin Cosmetic and Laser Medicine to educate themselves further on the methods of treating cellulite for aesthetic improvements. Patients will also enjoy better confidence and self-esteem, which can carry into both their business and personal lives. Our team is dedicated to assisting men and women in looking and feeling their best with a myriad of services readily available to new and existing patients.