Cellulite Reduction Sheffield
If you’re on the losing end of an ongoing battle with cellulite, then we have several options available to you at our clinic in Sheffield; all of which are known to provide impressive and visible results.
As with our fat removal and skin tightening treatments, these are all completely non-invasive and you could be in and out in the time it takes to have your lunch break. In fact, 3D-lipomed was awarded 9/10 by OK magazine, for the best cellulite treatment against other leading treatments on the market.
The highly effective cellulite reduction treatments described below are ideal for those looking to improve the appearance of cellulite and stretch marks, particularly around the legs, waist and arms. They may be used as standalone treatments or used together to enhance the outcome.
Tell me more about your cellulite reduction treatments in Sheffield:
Focus Fractional RF technology selectively increases the temperature of fat cells, doing so simultaneously in deep and superficial layers of fat. This increases the metabolism and release of liquid fat from fat cells. Normal cells can support 60°C but fat cells start to be melted at 41°C. After treatment and the release of liquid fat; the fat cells shrink in size and skin is restored closer to its original form, reducing or eliminating the cellulite appearance.
3D-dermology RF The facts:
3D-lipomed benefits from automated vacuum skin rolling, which encourages lymphatic drainage and stimulates the blood flow; so in turn improves the appearance of cellulite. Combined with 3D- Radio Frequency Cellulite, the results are even more impressive. RF energy penetrates the skins layers heating the fat cells to 41°C causing them to melt. RF also accelerates the production of new collagen and elastin fibres and tightens the skin layers to create smoother looking skin.
3D-shockwave The facts:
3D-Shockwave works by stimulating the breakdown of fat, collagen synthesis and lymphatic drainage by placing a probe; which emits radial waves through the skin, against the area to be treated. Typically, a course of 8-10 individual treatments, twice per week is all that is required with results visible within the first 4 treatments.