Cellulite appears when fat deposits push up against and distort the appearance of connective tissue beneath the skin, resulting in the dimpled and uneven skin that is the source of self-consciousness for many patients. While there are many topical lotions and ointments that claim to reduce the appearance of cellulite, these treatments provide little in the way of noticeable results. If you suffer from cellulite, talk to your cosmetic surgeon about the Ionithermie Detox procedure, a non-surgical treatment that is clinically proven to reduce the appearance of cellulite, improve skin texture, and firm the body.
How Does it Work?
Ionithermie Detox treatment sessions usually last one hour and are performed in four basic treatment steps:
- Your plastic surgeon or aesthetician will start by measuring your body in five different areas so that your before-and-after results can be compared.
- Your skin will be treated using products that contain kelp, algae, and ivy, which contain useful slimming ingredients.
- Warm algae-infused clay is applied to the treatment area before electrodes are placed on the skin. Galvanic and Faradic stimuli are then activated to send the active ingredients into the skin in order to tone and firm the muscles.
- The clay and electrodes are taken off and a cooling body lotion is applied before your results are recorded and compared to your pre-treatment measurements.
What are the Benefits?
Individuals who undergo the Ionithermie Detox procedure can lose anywhere from one to eight inches during their very first sessions. Furthermore, because the procedure is non-invasive, Ionithermie Detox is performed without the need for anesthesia and does not require any downtime.
To learn if Ionithermie Detox is right for you, schedule a consultation with Dr. R. Scott Yarish. Dr. Yarish is a leading, board-certified plastic surgeon in Houston with over sixteen years of experience and expertise in surgical and non-surgical procedures. Contact us today at (713) 469-3449 to schedule a consultation.
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