February 21, 2012
Cellulite treatment Cellulaze delivers results, according to top Plastic Surgeon
Cellulite. You know it, you hate it, and some people are plagued with the sub-dermal adipose (fat) tissue irregularity more than others.
Asians are rarely afflicted with it, ever.
This uneven and dimpled fat layer is a non life-threatening condition that affects almost 90 percent of women and 10 percent of men, and almost always in Westernized nations.
Blame the Industrial revolution, but as people physically worked less in a day and either sat for work or became more sedentary, human bodies began to store fat differently.
No one likes cellulite, and people have been massaging, rolling, beating it and sweating for years trying to make it go away. Because women carry more subcutaneous fat, the propensity to develop cellulite worsens in their prime childbearing years and especially closer to the menopause stage of life. Women (and some men) often see cellulite build around knees, flanks, thighs and gluteal area during this time in life.
Now the FDA has approved a new technique (used for years overseas) based on some existing liposuction technology, but done in a way that is less invasive and is proven to last with immediate results.
Cellulaze is heralded as the real deal, not the false promise or temporary results of mandatory weekly “packages” of other office visit treatments sold to smooth out cottage cheese thighs.
Common misconceptions about cellulite abound, as large asset-blessed types like Jennifer Lopez can have a smooth deposit of gluteal fat that is pleasing to the eye, but skinny teenagers can be afflicted with “hail damage” on highly visible areas like thighs, hips and buttocks.
Despite the vast amounts of time and money that have gone into trying to find ways to dissolve and smooth out these uneven fat nodules–from lasers to caffeine-laced creams–Cellulaze offers safe FDA approved results in the 50-75% permanent improvement range.
Monsters and Critics spoke to one of the first Cellulaze pioneers in the United States, Board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Nicholas Nikolov, who illuminated a bit on this new treatment.
Dr. Nikolov told M&C that Cellulaze was far superior and clinically proven compared to existing cellulite fall-back fixes like Mesotherapy, “Subcision” surgery, Endermologieor some liposuction procedures that could not address the compartmentalized, fibrous nature of these “trapped” fat cells.