REVOLUTIONARY TREATMENT GAINING MORE EXPOSURE.
Cellulaze, the new Cellulite treatment championed by Dr. Barry DiBernardo, is piquing a lot of interest, including those in the media. A few weeks ago, we blogged about Cellulaze’s coverage by Dr. Sanjay Gupta. Now it’s hit the pages of Harper’s Bazaar magazine, America’s first fashion magazine.
Cellulite is a condition that afflicts women wherein their skin’s connective tissue pulls down on the skin too tightly, allowing for pockets of fat to protrude through the skin, giving it a dimpled look. This condition does not discriminate – fat or thin, active or subdued, women of all shapes and sizes deal with this unsightly dilemma.
Enter Cellulaze: a laser cannula is inserted just under the skin and used to sever the tight connective tissue, melt fat deposits, and heat up the skin to promote the growth of new collagen. Results aren’t instantaneous, but they are long-lasting.
“I have patients who had it three years ago, and they have no reoccurrence of their cellulite,” said Dr. DiBernardo in the Bazaar article.
The article cites the treatment’s long-lasting results as the likely reason behind all the hype surrounding Cellulaze. Since there’s never been a permanent fix for cellulite, it’s almost too good to be true.
Of course, some critics will argue it’s just that: too good to be true. But to the detractors who say it’s no more effective than cellulite creams, Dr. DiBernardo has this to say:
“There seem to be things we’ve all been trained to assume ‘Oh, we’ll never cure that,’ but that doesn’t mean it’s not possible. Two months ago, I treated the upper thighs of a trim and toned 53-year-old woman who said she literally had never worn shorts. Now that’s possible for her.”
If you’re interested in Cellulaze treatment, Dr. DiBernardo is the leading surgeon to perform the procedure. Book a consultation and ask him if Cellulaze is right for you.