Avéli || Your One-Time Treatment For Cellulite
The fact that there is no variety of good solutions for cellulite makes it a really annoying skin issue to deal with. Nowadays, there are a couple of minimally invasive treatments that you can resort to if your goal is to eradicate cellulite.
Introducing Avéli; the newest minimally-invasive device designed to safely and effectively reduce the appearance of cellulite dimples in the buttocks and thighs temporarily. Doctors claim that the device is genius and it is one of the most effective treatments out there which explains why it quickly became one of their first go-to cellulite offerings. So let’s dig deeper into this new device.
How does Avéli work?
Before we get to how the device works, we must first understand what causes cellulite. Septa is one of the major causes of cellulite. They are fibrous bands that tether the skin to the structures below. when some septa stiffen and shrink over time, they lead to dimples on the surface of the skin (cellulite). Avéli helps your doctor identify and release the septa responsible for dimples on the butt and thighs.
The procedure is done under local anesthesia and may cause minimal soreness that generally lasts for a couple of days.
How Many Treatments Do You Need?
The great news is that Avéli is a one-time treatment and it can be performed in about an hour. Not only that! You’ll see results quickly with a single, in-office visit with little-to-no downtime. However, you may experience some bruising, swelling, and soreness that may last a couple of weeks after the procedure.
Who Is a Candidate For Avéli?
To answer this, you need to know whether the rippling is due to true cellulite or skin laxity. While Avéli is great for cellulite, it does not treat skin laxity or localized pockets of fat.