In Laser, Laser Treatment, Weight Loss, Women

The latest in radio frequency technology can now decrease cellulite

Are you one of the countless people who has stubborn fat and cellulite that won’t disappear despite all of your attempts? A recent study indicated that 80% of women over the age of 20 begin to develop cellulite. While women who are overweight tend to have more issues with cellulite, it affects women of any weight and is equally as difficult to get rid of it despite weight. There is finally good news! Technology and scientific advanced have provided cellulite sufferers with an option that actually works!

The Reaction by Viora is the newest and most advanced technology for cellulite reduction and body contouring that uniquely combines RF (radio frequency) and vacuum manipulation. When it is combined with the proper diet and plenty of water excellent improvements are noticed.

Radio Frequency: Radio frequency has been used for years to target the hard to reach dermal layers of the skin. After many years of researching the best way to utilize RF energy, Viora created the Reaction device, the only device that can safely treat stubborn areas of fat and cellulite without risk of burns or leaving undesirable divots where fat has been overheated. The radio frequency utilized in the Reaction allows for deep heating of the dermal layer of the skin which allows the fat cells to shrink while strengthening collagen to promote a more toned and firmer appearance.

Number of treatments and results: The number of treatments varies on the area of the body that is being treated and the desired results. Most patients are very satisfied with 4-8 treatments and return a few times a year to ensure that results are maintained.

By combining the Reaction treatments with the proper healthy lifestyle you will notice dramatic changes in the appearance of skin tone, cellulite and fat reduction within 6-8 weeks.
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