Cellulite is a collection of lumpy, irregular fat deposits under the skin that can difficult to remove. You may have spent months and years trying to find the best cellulite removal solution with no luck. There are so many items on the market that claim to remove cellulite but give you no results. There are, however, certain machines that are used to remove cellulite. These machines are safe to use and are available locally.
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Portable Cellulite Massage Machine
The Portable Cellulite Massage Machine drastically reduces cellulite. The machine uses vibration to stimulate the layer where the cellulite is contained and heat to breakdown the cellulite underneath the skin. All you have to do is glide the machine over areas of cellulite. The machine itself is round and contoured to fit hard to reach places on your body. It is also small enough as to be easily portable.
Dermosonic Ultrasound Cellulite Treatment
Dermosonic is one of the most popular cellulite machines on the market. It uses ultrasound and non-invasive subdermal technology to reduce cellulite. This machine also assists in losing inches on your body as well as contouring. The Dermosonic Ultrasound Cellulite Treatment consists of two steps: external ultrasound and vacuum therapy. In step 1, the external ultrasound machine is applied to the target area for a few minutes. The machine will soften the connective tissue and liquefy the fat cells that cause cellulite. Step 2 consists of using a vacuum hand piece that will help the body flush out the fat cells that were liquefied from step 1. This treatment is painless.
VelaSmooth is another machine used to reduce cellulite in troubled areas. This machine uses infrared energy to heat the fat cells underneath the skin. Two treatments per week, 45-60 minutes each are required, in order to see results. Treatments are done over a period of 6 to 8 weeks. VelaSmooth is comfortable and feels like a massage.
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