Many women are bothered by cellulite on their hips, thighs and buttocks. If you are one of these women and you haven’t found a solution yet, consider TriActive, an FDA-cleared cellulite reduction treatment.
Almost all women have cellulite regardless of body weight or type, but that doesn’t make it any less embarrassing.
As the name suggests, TriActive combines three effective elements: low-energy laser, rhythmic massage and localized cooling to synergistically smooth and tighten your tissues.
TriActive should not be performed on those with serious medical conditions such as congestive heart failure, hyperthyroidism or asthma. If you have any of these conditions, please consult with your primary care physician before considering TriActive treatments.
TriActive treatments typically take between 30-60 minutes. Using a handheld device, we gently lift and roll over your trouble areas to increase blood circulation and lymphatic drainage. While working on the surface of the skin, TriActive treatments use diode lasers to stimulate collagen production. After the laser portion is finished, we use TriActive to cool the heated tissue.
TriActive treatments are painless. In fact, most patients find treatment relaxing and therapeutic. For this reason, treatment does not require topical numbing agents or a local anesthetic.
TriActive is an outpatient procedure that doesn’t require any downtime. You should be able to return to work and other normal routines right away. You may feel slight discomfort or soreness after treatment, but this can be controlled with ice packs and over-the-counter pain medication.
Your results will depend on how severe your cellulite (and skin dimpling) is and which body areas are treated. Most patients require a course of 10-16 treatments, performed twice weekly. This process will help build new collagen to encourage long-lasting results. After the first series of treatments, monthly maintenance visited are recommended.
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