Say Goodbye to Cellulite; Hello to Great Legs and Buttocks!

You’ll Look Younger and Feel Fabulous

There’s only one medical treatment proven to reduce or eliminate cellulite -Mesotherapy.

Cellulite usually appears between the ages of 25 and 35, and progressively worsens with time. Although it’s easily treated with a few Mesotherapy sessions in its early stages, once cellulite progresses to more advanced stages, treatment usually requires a greater number of Mesotherapy sessions.

Stage 0: No visible cellulite, even when the skin is pinched.
Stage 1: No visible cellulite when standing or lying down. However an “orange peel” texture can be seen when the skin is pinched.
Stage 2: Visible cellulite when standing but not when lying down.
Stage 3: Visible cellulite when standing and lying down.

Since more than 90% of women are affected by cellulite, this condition doesn’t make you “different.” But doing something about it does! If you’re considering any form of cellulite treatment.

Mesotherapy can eliminate cellulite on the legs and buttocks, breaking down the orange-peel appearance of skin, and producing a smooth contour. The average patient eliminates all visible cellulite in 10 sessions. Some patients require additional treatments if their cellulite is particularly severe.

To treat patients with cellulite, RN Kornelia employs a standard Mesotherapy formula, which is often customized for each patient. All patients are allergy tested 24 hours prior to treatment. Please note: allergies to the medications are quite rare.

Once you are evaluated (and it’s determined you have no allergies), RN Kornelia will schedule weekly or bi-monthly treatment sessions. Each session takes about 45 minutes, and involves the injection of formulas in specific patterns (different types of cellulite require different injection techniques).

The most significant side effects of Mesotherapy are black and blue marks, a 15- to 20-minute burning sensation, mild to moderate soreness for 1-5 days, and (as with any injection) a slight risk of infection. All patients return to work the same day.