Cellulite. Cottage cheese skin. Adiposis Edematosa. However you know it, it’s something that many would like to be rid of. Cellulite is caused by factors including sluggish metabolism, hormonal changes, lack of exercise, an unhealthy diet, and dehydration, and it appears in an estimated 98% of women.
It typically manifests as dimpled, sagging skin around the buttock area, legs, thighs, and around the abdomen. If you’re interested in pursuing cellulite removal in Melbourne, book an appointment with one of the experienced practitioners at Skiin and find out if you are a candidate for truSculptTM laser treatment for cellulite.
Skiin is proud to offer truSculpt™ at our Melbourne cellulite and fat reduction clinic. truSculpt ™ is a non-invasive cellulite treatment designed to minimise the dimpled appearance it produces. It works by providing deep tissue heating to affected areas, reaching and maintaining a peak temperature to provide optimal results. truSculpt™ cellulite laser treatment can be used on all areas of the body and targets depths of 7-14mm. It’s completely controllable and provides intuitive real-time temperature feedback.
It’s important to understand that laser cellulite removal results vary from person to person and take multiple sessions before significant changes begin to be noticed. There is minimal discomfort and no downtime, enabling you to carry on with your daily routine immediately after treatment. Each session tends to take 30 to 45 minutes depending on the size of the treated area.
Our dedicated Melbourne cellulite and fat reduction clinic staff is comprised of nurses, doctors, aesthetic physicians and cosmetic clinicians who are all committed to providing the highest level of quality patient care.
* Disclaimer : The content of the SKIIN Clinic web site, such as text, graphics, images, and information obtained from third parties, are for informational purposes only. Results from series of treatments performed may vary from a person to another. It is recommended to consult our qualified doctors, nurses or skin therapist prior to performing a treatment.