There are many methods that attempt to augment the way cellulite appears, but they are usually temporary and sometimes just plain ineffective.
At ENRICH, we have what you need to improve the appearance of cellulite using our state-of-the-art equipment and procedures that increase collagen production, reduce fat deposits, disperse fluids and break down the stiff, fibrous bands that cause the dimply look of cellulite.
The ThermiTight can be used to stimulate collagen and firm skin so the underlying tissue is in better shape than ever. The ThermiTight uses radiofrequencies to target specific layers of tissue, activating the fibroblasts under the skin that are responsible for collagen and elastin production. The radiofrequency waves encourage blood flow and the development of new tiny blood vessels. One of the main issues with the structure of cellulite-containing tissue is restricted blood flow to the area.
The ThermiTight uses a tiny probe to heat specific tissues at a predetermined temperature. Results are impressive, the treatment is painless, you may only need one treatment with minimal downtime, and the treatment is quick and easy.
The Ultraformer III
The Ultraformer III is an innovative ultrasound device that targets soft tissue on cellulite-prone areas like the backs of thighs and buttocks to tighten and strengthen the supporting tissue. This results in smoother, more youthful-looking skin. This is a completely non-invasive procedure with no downtime.
We use the Ultraformer III at our Melbourne clinic, because we think it’s the best of its kind. Compared to other machines of a similar (but pre-Ultraformer III) ilk, such as the Ulthera, the Ultraformer III is more effective, cheaper, and can treat many more areas of the body.
The Slimspec is another device that uses wavelengths to exert its effect on tissue. The Slimspec disperses fluid, tightens skin, works on the connective tissue that causes cellulite’s characteristic appearance, and increases the metabolic activity of the area. It also increases the activity of collagen-producing cells.