Jennifer Berman MD is proud to offer Cellutone for a non-invasive treatment option that is indicated for cellulite reduction and improvement of skin texture.
The Power to Eliminate Cellulite
Cellulite is a localized skin condition that causes a lumpy, dimpled appearance on the surface of the skin. It is most common on the thighs, hips, buttocks, and abdomen and is most prevalent in women.
Cellutone produces powerful targeted vibrations that are working to eliminate the cause of the cellulite. Cellutone works to breakdown cellulite at the source by increasing microcirculation and oxygen supply and removing excess interstitial fluid. Cellutone will produce improved blood flow, encourage lymphatic drainage, and maximize results after EMSCULPT and EMSCULPT NEO treatments.
Who Will Benefit from Cellutone?
Cellutone will benefit anyone wanting to significantly improve the appearance of cellulite and the overall skin texture. Cellutone is safe for patients of all ages and skin types. Cellutone is also perfect for those wanting to maximize the benefits after other non-invasive body sculpting procedures. Another benefit of Cellutone is that the treatment time is usually done in as little as 45 minutes per area and there is no downtime, and you can return to normal activities immediately. Treatments are pain free and many find them relaxing!
What Can I Expect from my Cellutone Experience?
When used as a standalone procedure for cellulite or to complement a body contouring procedure, all Cellutone patients noticed enhanced results. Most patients begin to see visible improvements after the first treatment. Factors that will influence ongoing results include age, lifestyle, nutrition, genetics, etc.
Common Cellulite Myths
You have cellulite because you are out of shape.
Cellulite is a structural issue, not a fat issue. Normal fat cells that everyone has are part of the equation with cellulite. There are also the strands of connective fibers that attach skin to muscle that are running between these normal layers of fat. Sometimes these strands are pulled down, creating pockets that appear on the surface as dimples, or cellulite.
That is why you may see the appearance of cellulite on many different body types, even those with a low body fat percentage. No workout can change these bands. Genetics, gender, and skin quality have a much greater impact on cellulite than fitness or body size.
Losing weight will get rid of my cellulite.
Cellulite is common in individuals both thin and heavy, and losing weight will not affect connective tissue bands. If you have cellulite now, losing weight may help reduce the extent of dimpling, as there is a smaller fat layer pushing up on the skin, but you can expect some cellulite to be there no matter what the scale says.
Also, losing weight too quickly can have the opposite effect and worsen the appearance of cellulite so it is best to have a balanced approach to diet and exercise along with using the Cellutone treatments in your plan to improve cellulite appearance.
You can get rid of cellulite by exercising the target area.
Your body will burn fat and build muscle evenly throughout so you cannot target one area to try and get rid of the cellulite there. However, muscle building will help to improve the appearance of cellulite. If you are plumping your thighs with new muscle, you will be filling in those “dimples”, thus improving appearance. Muscle building and toning exercises are an excellent addition to be used along with Cellutone treatments which can assist in achieving optimal results.
Men don’t get cellulite.
While cellulite is more prevalent in women, with an estimated 80%-98% of the US population having some appearance of cellulite, at least 10% of men have it too.
The truth is that Dr. Berman and Cellutone can help you reduce the appearance of cellulite and give you tighter, younger-looking skin.
To learn more about non-invasive Cellutone treatments to improve the appearance of cellulite, contact Dr. Jennifer Berman today at 310-772-0072 to book your in-person consultation.