Does Vaser Hi-Def Liposuction Help with Cellulite?
- Asked by 3541anon in Houston
- 3 years ago
VASER Hi Def Lipo is great for creating definition, but NOT for Cellulite
NO LIPOSUCTION WILL FIX CELLULITE.
Repeat this slowly to yourself 20 times with your eyes closed. Then never allow anyone to tell you otherwise- they're trying to take your money.
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Vaser Hi-Def liposuction help with cellulite
Simple answer NO! But I have to post 25 words in each answer. SO NO NO NO. Be careful out there for things that sound too good top be true.
From MIAMI DR. B
There is NO Reliable and Effective Treatment for Cellulite Dimpling
Despite everything you read. Despite everything you hear or see. The sad truth is that there is NO reliable treatment which will cure and smooth cellulite.
While a lot of "treatment" (use of rollers, lasers etc) mask the dimpling by causing swelling in the tissues, as soon as the swelling resolves the dimples always appear.
I commonly use the VASER because it has many advantages but anyone who states that it corrects cellulite dimpling is bending or giving the truth a real beating.
So, unless you want to find this out for yourself the way thousands of women do, put your money in your pocket and you would have made a wise choice.
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Liposuction of any type not preditably effective for cellulite
To be clear, with cellulite we are talking about the lumpy appearance of the skin, not just excess fat. VASER, laser lipo ( for example smart lipo), and immediate post-lipo Thermage all help smooth and tighten skin as compared to lipo alone, but none of them does enough to call it a true cellulite treament. It's a problem still awaiting a solution, and whoever figures out how to consistently improve cellulite will be rich and famous. there are a lot of treatments out there, but if any of them really worked consistently we would all know about it.
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