What is Cellulite?

Cellulite is made up of enlarged fat cells, trapped fluid and toxins as well as hard connective tissue, so when you treat cellulite, it’s important that the treatment can target these problems all in one go.

What are the Common Signs of Cellulite?

Cellulite can make the skin appear similar to an “orange peel”. The nodular appearance mostly occurs in the hips but can also appear in the breast, upper arms, and flanks.

A healthy lifestyle and regular exercise are the best ways to change your body and improve your outlook on life. But even with complete dedication to a healthy lifestyle, some concerns linger no matter how hard you work. It can present from a mild dimpled appearance to a more severe, lumpy, and uneven appearance.

Cellulite is a common source of frustration for women who work hard to maintain a slim, smooth figure. Although often mistaken as an issue associated with weight, cellulite can affect anyone regardless of body type or fitness level, and losing weight rarely gets rid of it altogether. Cellulite has historically been difficult to treat.

How Does Cellulite Treatment Work?

To combat cellulite and sculpt the body, the Viora can heat subcutaneous tissue layers, stimulating collagen production and strengthening the dermis. This treatment can also help protect the body against cells specialized for the storage of fat while simultaneously stimulating the breakdown of fats to reduce the volume of fat cells. Viora using Radio Frequencies to deploys heat in different treatment modes that target different tissue depths, from superficial layers of the skin to the hypodermis. Combined with the Viora vacuum therapy, further intensifies the treatment by facilitating deeper tissue penetration to increase local blood circulation and promote lymphatic drainage. The result is a minimized appearance of lumpy skin, improved skin texture, and a reduction in circumference reduction.

What are the Benefits of Treating Cellulite with Viora?

Cellulite reduction with Viora is safe and effective. There is no downtime and no severe side effects. Other benefits include:

  • FDA-approved
  • Done in-office
  • Smooths and contours the skin without surgery
  • No incisions or anesthesia required
  • Dual approach for skin tightening and fat reduction
  • Comfortable treatments
  • Safe for all skin types
  • Stimulates collagen growth

What Happens During a Viora Cellulite Treatment?

Your cellulite treatment with Viora will be entirely customized to your unique needs. How long the session takes depends on the size and number of treated areas being treated. During the procedure, the Viora handheld device will be held against your skin while it sends pulses of RF energy to the hypodermal layers. While you may feel a heating sensation and vacuum suction, it is not a painful procedure. The RF energy and suction will be adjusted to ensure the least discomfort and attain the best results possible.

Is There Downtime After a Viora Cellulite Treatment?

Cellulite reduction with Viora has little to no downtime. Redness and swelling may appear in the treated area, but these side effects are normal and temporary. Redness typically subsides within a few hours, while swelling can last up to three to five days. Overall, the recovery process after treatment with RF energy is quick and easy, and patients are often able to return to normal activities as soon as their appointment is finished.

What Results Can I Expect with Viora Cellulite Reductions?

Areas treated with Viora will gradually improve over the weeks following treatment. Some patients notice that their skin looks firmer immediately after a session. As blood circulation increases, fat cells shrink and new collagen develops, the treated areas will continue to become smoother and tighter. The full effects of the cellulite reduction procedure will be visible approximately two months after treatment.

How Many Sessions Do I Need?

The number of Viora sessions needed varies based on the treated area(s) and the patient’s aesthetic goals. For cellulite reduction, we recommend 8 treatments, scheduled one week apart. One maintenance treatment every 4-6 months after completion of the treatment plan.

*Disclaimer: Results will vary from person to person and are based on factors such as lifestyle and medical history.