Velashape in Scottsdale
Do you have cellulite that you want to get rid of? Is there excess skin that you would like to have tightened? Velashape is a non-invasive treatment that uses radiofrequency and infrared light in order to liquify the fibrous tissue that causes the appearance of cellulite and stimulates collagen for skin tightening. Here at the National Laser Institute medical spa, you can get Velashape in Scottsdale, AZ.
Velashape is best used as a body contouring treatment for people who have a healthy lifestyle and are happy with the way their body currently looks. Velashape helps to contour loose skin on the body, cellulite, and bulges. This treatment is not a replacement for the effects of a healthy diet and routine exercise. This isn’t a good treatment for someone who is looking for extreme body fat reduction or someone that is looking to replace the effects of a good diet and routine exercise. It’s best to speak with one of our technicians for Velashape in Scottsdale in order to assess your needs and what your goals for the treatment are.
Main benefits of getting Velashape in Scottsdale:
- Non-invasive procedure
- Improve your overall skin tone
- Velashape can be used to complement other procedures such as liposuction
- The treatment is relatively fast
Concerns that Velashape targets:
- Cellulite reduction
- Skin laxity on larger body parts
- Sagginess on larger body parts
- Texture on larger body parts
Common treatment areas:
For Velashape four to six treatments are needed on average for best results. Treatments can be spaced out one week apart for cellulite reduction and four to six weeks apart for body tightening. Following the treatment, there may be redness and possible swelling and/or bruising where the treatment was done.
If you are interested in getting Velashape in Scottsdale then give us a call at 1-800-851-0969 to set up your free consultation!
Louis J. Silberman is the CEO and Co-Founder of National Laser Institute, the pioneer of the medical aesthetics training industry and one of the largest educators in the country.