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Cellulite still there?

Our Certified Specialists will help you reduce the unwanted cellulite, even when diet and exercise don’t work!

Causes of Cellulite

It involves fibrous connective cords that tether the skin to the underlying muscle, with the fat lying between. As fat cells accumulate, they push up against the skin, while the long, tough cords pull down. This creates an uneven surface or dimpling. In addition, hormonal factors play a large role in the development of cellulite, and genetics determine skin structure, skin texture and body type. Other factors, such as weight and muscle tone affect whether you have cellulite, though even very fit people can have it. (© 1998-2020 Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research (MFMER))

Fat cells

Adipose tissue is a type of connective tissue composed of adipocytes. Fat cells are located in adipocytes. Treatments can break unwanted stored fat.

connective tissue

As connective tissue creates dimpling due to uneven fat cell size pushing up the skin surface, treatment of both the skin and fibrous bands can improve appearance.

lymphatic drainage

The destroyed fat cells are moved into the lymphatic system that drains excess fluid and waste products from the tissues. This transports fats and proteins around the body.

Featured services for fat reduction

Cryo T Shock

Cellulite Reduction occurs with fat freezing/crystallization (lipolysis) and followed through a series between heating. This creates a “thermal shock” in tissues. Specialized technique of treating the tissue also manipulates the skin and fibrous cords to improve dimpling and cellulite appearance almost immediately!

Radio frequency

Heat is delivered to destroy the fibrous bands binding fat. However, standalone, this does not resolve varying sizes of fat cells. This approach has shown to reduce the appearance of cellulite for six months to a year.

Vacuum Roller

Combination with the mechanism of energy and vacuum therapy to promote tissue metabolism, repel the cellulite. This makes fat granule in different depths and create fusion energy to combust fatty acids. The burning consumption of fatty acids directly empties to reduce the size of fat cells. Vacuum suction raises the tissue and treats connective tissue by manipulating the skin.

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Why At Home Treatments May Not Work

Physical Activity

Activities that tone muscles may help improve the appearance of dimpled skin. However, spot reduction is difficult to achieve and tissue treatment is limited.. Ho

Detoxification Diet

It encourages a diet based on fresh vegetables and fruits, water, whole-grain foods, fiber-rich foods, and essential nutrients and fatty acids. This diet alone won't cure your cellulite, but it might help.

Anti-Cellulite Creams

Various creams and other topical treatments are promoted as capable of reducing the skin dimpling of cellulite by improving skin texture and plumping the skin. The effect of applying these creams to the affected skin is likely indirect and short-lived. If you want to try such creams, look for products that include caffeine, retinol, and alpha hydroxy acids and aminophylline.

What Our customers say

I've done a few fat reduction treatments with Thavy and am shocked with my results! I didn't know what to expect at first but gave it a shot. I started with my sides where I tend to store stubborn fat and just after one treatment felt inches smaller and the final results don't even show till after about 4-6 weeks! I then decided to do it on my thighs and have had the same great results. I will definitely be coming back regularly!

Natalie H. (Cryo T Shock)

Excellent job Thavy I'm seen improvement every time I come over to your facility I'm so grateful thank you so much Neilly

Neilly M. (Full Sculpt)

This place is awesome! You can see the results in 1 week and it's unbelievable. It feels wonderful to see your body's changes so quickly. Excellent service. thanks!

Iryna C. (Ultrasound Fat Cavitation)