Cellulaze Procedure in Monmouth County
- updated 5 months ago
I know everyone is wondering about this new &...
- 12 Apr 2013
- 1 month post
I know everyone is wondering about this new & improved treatment for Cellulaze. I was too, up until just about 6 weeks ago. I looked it up online, and without any hesitation I knew this is exactly what I NEEDED to do. After my consultation and my doctor letting me know there were 2 different options, I chose Cellulaze. I'd like to say that Cellulaze chose me. Especially with the doctors office being just a few miles away. By the way... this won't be your average review, because I'm sort of a story-teller.
Let me start by saying, I have had cellulite since I was about 14 years old. I am now a few months shy of turning 25. I will never forget the first time I had ever seen it on the back of my legs. I was sleeping over my grandmothers house & I looked at my ass in a mirror, turning my head around as far as the eye could see. Disturbingly, I had noticed what looked to be like dimples, on my upper thighs. I ran directly to my grandparents bedroom and started screaming that I had bumps and indented marks on my legs. My grandmother said, "Well, turn around then, let me see." After turning around, my Grandmother said to my Grandfather, "You'd better look at this, there's something the matter with her legs." My Grandfather, being from a family of overweight sisters, simply laughed. I forgot, I had asked the woman who had nearly been 98 pounds her entire life. As a matter of fact, no sister of hers, her mother, grandmother, or any aunt of hers had ever been over 115 pounds, including being pregnant... Oh, how unfair. *Luckily* for me, with genetics and a super-unhealthy diet combined, I was cursed with his side of the families wonderful thighs...... Not. Thats alright because he was the greatest man to ever live, so I completely forgive him for that!
While always struggling with cellulite, I ran, and walked, and kept eating too. Do you ever try and try to feel better, like say, start eating massive amounts of salads and start running/speed walking/yoga and then look at your cellulite, and give up? Well, thats what I kept doing. (My personal favorites are never letting a boyfriend see the back of your thighs, and then stepping on your tiptoes on the beach making pretend thats going to hide it. Haha.)
I have most certainly been one to buy every single cream, every single little thing, you name it, I have tried it. Once I saw this, I knew it was meant to be. The only part that "hurt" was when I was getting the local anethesia applied to my legs intravenously. Other than that, you'll be fine. The doctor gave me an awesome garment (a nice expensive one) & arnica beads, and a prescription for Percocet. I highly reccomend only using the painkillers for no more than 3 days. When you do not take them, it speeds up the healing process!
Best part of this entire entry, is that I got this procedure about 5 weeks ago, and my confidence has already boosted. Minus the fact that I've consumed the entire contents of my refrigerator & FREEZER, due to my *friend* coming tomorrow, I feel better already!
Today was my follow up, and the PA said that I look about 20% better. Hey, 20% is better than negative 85% that I would have probably felt, let alone looked, had I not had this procedure. She says next time I go to my follow-up I will be about 20% better. (Fingers crossed! And hey- thats 40%! I'll be almost 10 weeks out around then. Around June 9th will be where I should be seeing my full results, the PA said. I am excited. Its about time I walk on the beach and enjoy my body for the first time in my life!
Oh, and my incision marks are absolutely gone. The PA said there is virtually nothing there. I don't even see where he went in. I will post pictures, soon. I have a problem even taking them. Next month, when I go on May 16th I will definitely post all the ones they took at the office. (March 9th, April 12th, May 16th) For all you picture junkies, get ready. I don't care if my legs aren't going to appease your cellulite appetite- but they are surely doing me justice!
Hi, I am about 2 weeks shy of posting my pics. I...
- 29 Apr 2013
- 1 month post
Ohhhh.. and my legs.... They continue to get better every single day. I massage them at night, and I scrub them in the shower. If you want to get better, you need to help yourself. If you're just going to sit around and wait for a miracle, you're out of your mind.... FYI you NEED to want it, you have to do your own research, find your own remedies, see what works best for YOU, and DO it.
It's almost been 20 weeks!
- 24 Jul 2013
- 4 months post
A new pineapple addiction
More Arnica (try Arnica pellets, oil, Gel.. or all 3)
More Kinesio Tape
Don't lose hope
Update on my legs: Great improvement. Truly, I feel it was worth it, because my surgery wasn't such a big investment ...with my doctor giving a more than generous price. ..I am soo much more confident & happy with myself. I have been working out VERY hard, and I should credit that to the success as well. I still have what looks like bruising a little on my right thigh. That sure does bother me. I am getting over it though, I'm giving it 4 weeks to disappear & then I'll start to be annoying and question the doc. Otherwise, they did say 6 months! MAKE SURE YOU WEAR SUNSCREEN IN THE SUMMER! ESPECIALLY ON YOUR BRUISES! If not, YIKES!
My friend had a breast augmentation done there.