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The best treatments for Cellulite

Skin like orange peel with unsightly “dents”, even swelling or pain: These are the main characteristics of cellulite, a very common problem in women that is now effectively treated with the leading and effective treatments offered by our Clinic.

Cavitation RF is currently considered as the most effective treatment for cellulite, combining two different technologies: ultrasound and radiofrequencies. Acting in combination at different levels, the treatment can work on all stages of cellulite or be applied preventively.

Effective treatment for cellulite

Cavitation RF

Treatment Duration Up to 40 minutes
Result Appears Immediate inch loss and reduction of oedema & Perfecting by completing a cycle of sessions
Results Duration Permanently upon completing a set of sessions
Cost 55€/session (session price per package deal)
Technique Non-invasive treatment
Specialty Aesthetician, Dermatologist
Pain Level Painless
Anaesthesia None
Recovery Time Zero time needed
Consultation Appointment Free of charge

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What is it?

The appearance of cellulite results from the combination of swollen fat cells and loosening of the fibrous connective tissue under the skin: the swollen fat cells press on the tissue and pop out where it is looser. The skin in the area thus acquires the familiar appearance of cellulite, with an uneven skin surface resembling orange peel, dotted with small bumps, dimples and mild grooves.

The disorder is known by the scientific terms localized lipodystrophy or gynecological lipodystrophy. It is estimated that over 85% of women after puberty have cellulite. In contrast, it affects less than 10% of men.

Cellulite is more prominent in women than in men.


The most effective treatments

Cavitation RF

Cellulite treatment with Cavitation and RF radio frequencies.

Today Cavitation RF therapy is considered perhaps the best treatment for cellulite. In fact, a publication by the US Department of Health and Human Services’ research agency National Institutes of Health recommends this treatment as a key option due to its high efficacy and safety.

Cavitation RF  therapy is particularly popular because it addresses the problem of cellulite from all angles, with immediate improvement in symptoms from the very first session. The treatment is non-invasive, painless and safe, with no recovery time or scarring. To complete the treatment, 8 – 12 sessions of 30 – 40 minutes are required, depending on the area. The treatment is repeated at intervals ranging from 3 days to 2 weeks. The results can be long lasting as long as the patient maintains a stable weight and has regular physical activity.

Lipolysis Mesotherapy

Cellulite treatment with body mesotherapy.

Body Mesotherapy (lipolysis) is one of the most popular treatments for cellulite and is perfectly combined with Cavitation RF for an even more impressive and permanent result. It is a minimally invasive procedure in which various substances such as phosphatidylcholine, vasodilators, firming agents, vitamins, amino acids and other nutrients are injected into the skin. These substances help to break down hypertrophic fat cells, promote lipolysis, rebuild damaged connective tissue and improve skin microcirculation. The benefits of lipolysis mesotherapy include reducing the volume of fat cells, improving skin texture and tone, reducing sagging and improving blood circulation. Cellulite improvement is achieved after 5 – 8 treatments with an interval of 10 – 15 days between treatments.


Cellulite treatment with Celluerase.

It is a technique that is recommended in severe cases of cellulite and can be used in combination with other treatments. The technique is named after the Celluerase microblade that the dermatologist inserts under the skin to cut the connective tissue. After cutting the connective tissue, which connects the dermis to the deeper layers of the skin, the tissue rises upwards to fill and smooth out the cellulite dimples. The results can last up to two years or more. Side effects are transient and include redness, burning sensation, swelling, hypesthesia, numbness or tingling and bruising in the area. The technique requires a qualified experienced dermatologist for proper application.

Hyaluronic Acid Fillers

Cellulite treatment with hyaluronic acid fillers.

Although they are not a cure for cellulite, fillers are chosen in some cases in order to “fill” large dents and significantly improve the appearance of the area. Combined with effective cellulite treatments , such as RF Cavitation and lipolysis mesotherapy, they can contribute to flawless and smooth skin on the body.

Understanding cellulite

Three key points to better understand cellulite and possible treatments:

  • Fat and cellulite are different conditions. Cellulite is often unaffected by treatments that can effectively remove fat.
  • Weight has little correlation with cellulite, which is seen even in thin women and is rarely seen in obese men.
  • A balanced diet and exercise go some way to help prevent cellulite and help maintain the effect of a treatment.
How cellulite is formed.

Treatment results for cellulite

The results of Cavitation RF treatment are immediately visible and gradually improve as the natural production of collagen and the elimination of dead fat cells through lymph continues. The treatment lasts approximately 20 to 40 minutes and from the very first session there is a loss of points in the application area, which increases significantly with each repetition.

The effectiveness of the treatment depends largely on the area of application, the tissue structure, the age of the person, metabolism, any medication taken and the presence of hormonal disorders.

 Before and after result after cellulite treatment.

What is the best treatment for cellulite?

If you are wondering how cellulite goes away, the honest answer is that it is a “persistent” skin disorder that affects the vast majority of women. The good news is that there are treatments that can minimize its appearance to the point where it is not visible.

The multitude of different treatments for cellulite can make it difficult for any woman to decide which one is right for her, but her doctor can give a thorough answer, judging on the basis of her clinical examination, age and body type. What you need to remember is that the appropriate treatment for cellulite also depends on its type: edematous, fibrous or sclerotic cellulite.

The choice of treatment may vary depending on the type of cellulite, edematous, fibrous or sclerotic.

The stages of cellulite

  • Oedematous cellulitis

    At this early stage, cellulite is not visible but can be felt by pressing on the skin. This is because there is fluid retention in the subcutaneous tissue, which is caused by reduced blood and lymph circulation. Mild discolouration may occur on skin pressure and inflammation and fluid build-up may cause localised tenderness.

  • Fibrous cellulitis

    In the second stage, the connective tissue hardens and compresses the fat cells, cutting off the supply of fluids and nutrients to them. The skin is noticeably rougher and develops soft or hard nodules and lumps, giving it the appearance of orange peel. There is a loss of elasticity and a pulling sensation in the affected areas and local discomfort may be caused by the increased pressure caused by the fibrous bands on the nerve endings.

  • Sclerotic cellulitis

    The third stage causes a retraction of the connective tissue and a significant increase in the severity of the grooves, dents and bumps in the skin. The cold sensation is more intense due to the obstruction of microcirculation and the accumulation of fat in the area. This condition is accompanied by persistent local pain and increased sensitivity due to the stiffness of the connective tissue which puts pressure on the nerves and blood vessels.

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