LH Spa & Rejuvenation is proud to offer cellulite treatment in New Jersey at our locations in Madison & Livingston. Cellulite is the natural “dimpled” look that is most common on legs and butts in women. It happens as we age due to the shortening of fibrous tissue chords that anchor the skin. While surgical procedures such as liposuction are possible, we believe in non-invasive cellulite treatment that can reduce the appearance of cellulite. Our treatments can help destroy fat cells and restore the natural springiness that is lost as the body ages.
Our Cellulite Reduction Treatments
BodyFX is a long-lasting and permanent way to reduce cellulite. It uses a combination of different clinically proven modalities including radio-frequency energy, deep tissue heating, and suction coupled negative pressure. The radio-frequency energy distributes heat to the skin and underlying fat, causing the tissues to heat and contract. The vacuum and controlled energy pulses then work synergistically to provide beautiful body shaping results. It works best on any areas of the body that have high amounts of fat and are susceptible to cellulite, such as the abdomen, hips, thighs, and buttocks.
PLUS uses fractionated radio-frequency energy to stimulate collagen production – this can help the reduction of cellulite by restoring the natural springiness of skin. PLUS can be used to reduce texture irregularities in lax skin to provide a lifted appearance. The technology targets deep within the skin to ensure that no areas are under, or over-treated, thereby maximizing results and providing consistent outcomes. PLUS works best on the arms (bat wings), inner thighs, outer thighs, and buttocks.
Fractora® is designed to deliver bipolar RF (radio-frequency) energy at specific depths to improve skin tone. Importantly, it is much safer to use on ethnic skin, with little risk of post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH) which is common with other treatments such as fractional C02. It is also safe to use on areas such as the neck and has much less downtime.