Mesotherapy for Cellulite is a promising cellulite removal treatment, which originated in France in 1952 and has gained popularity in the U.S. as an alternative to liposuction.
Despite a strict diet and exercise, millions of women are plagued by “cottage cheese” thighs and buttocks. It’s a frustrating problem, especially for women who have worked hard to get in shape but can’t shed those unsightly saddlebags. The cellulite problem is especially acute during the summer months when women may feel self-conscious wearing shorts or bathing suits.
Proponents of Mesotherapy as a cellulite removal procedure claim that it is the only effective method for treating cellulite. It involves injecting a combination of drugs, vitamins and natural extracts into the middle area of the skin, directly affecting the fat pockets. The formula reduces fat in the cellulite, improves impaired circulation and breaks down damaged connective tissue. The fat is then dissolved and flushed from the body.
The combination of products injected into the skin is tailored to each person’s needs. Treatments usually are administered weekly with visible results after a month. Significant reduction of cellulite and improved skin condition typically appears after 10 or so treatments, with patients reporting losses of four to 10 inches, though results vary.
Results of the treatment are permanent, as long as the patient does not experience a significant weight gain. Mesotherapy is also used to treat cellulite on the abdomen, back and arms and can help men who have enlarged breast tissue (gynaecomastia).