Relax, Cellulite Happens to Almost Everyone (and Here’s How to Get Rid of It!)

Relax, Cellulite Happens to Almost Everyone (and Here’s How to Get Rid of It!)

If there’s one thing that is synonymous to unattractive, it would have to be dimpling on the thighs and buttocks — cellulite. The good news is that the cottage cheese-like texture in your thighs is genetic and universal. According to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, 90 percent of women have cellulite to some degree. In fact, even marathoners and gymnasts have it!

Cellulite is fat, subcutaneous fat, to be exact. The dimpled appearance can be attributed to subcutaneous fat bulging out of the vertical fibrous columns of tissues underneath the superficial layers of the skin. Cellulite rarely occurs in men because their fibrous columns are, in contrast to the vertical bands in women, arranged diagonally. Add in the influence of hormones (another reason why cellulite mainly plagues women) and you have the perfect recipe for cellulite.

Winning the cellulite war with Cellulaze

The war on cellulite is decades old and ongoing. Most products and treatments claiming to banish cellulite only offer temporary solutions. That was until Cellulaze was introduced!

Cellulaze is a revolutionary treatment for reducing the appearance of cellulite because it addresses the issue by targeting the source — the underlying horizontal fibrous bands. This laser treatment melts fat, irons out the horizontal fibrous tissues, and stimulates the production of collagen, a naturally occurring protein that plays a huge role in keeping your skin plump and smooth.

Cellulaze is popular because the procedure is non-invasive, but it also takes just a single session to achieve permanent results. Plus, Cellulaze has a patient satisfaction rate of roughly 90 percent.

Visit us now at our Latham and Guilderland offices to learn more about Cellulaze. Call 518.346.0002 to schedule an appointment today!

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Dr. Kayastha is a board certified plastic surgeon who serves Albany, NY and the entire Capital Region. Dr. Kayastha completed his undergraduate studies at Cornell University and graduated with distinction in all subjects. He then attended medical school at SUNY Buffalo. During his time in Buffalo he also completed a fellowship in surgical pathology at Roswell Park. Following medical school Dr. Kayastha gained a much sought after position in the Michigan State-Grand Rapids integrated plastic surgery residency. After finishing residency training Dr. Kayastha completed a one year fellowship in hand and microsurgery at the Buncke Clinic in San Francisco. To round out his training before starting private practice Dr. Kayastha spent an additional 6 months learning from some of the best cosmetic surgeons in San Francisco. Dr. Kayastha is Board Certified in Plastic Surgery by the American Board of Plastic Surgery.