Are you ready to take action to reduce the appearance of frustrating cellulite? Z-Wave offers an effective, non-invasive means to safely smoothen the skin.
Do you struggle with troublesome cellulite? If so, you are far from alone. Both men and women may develop cellulite in their lifetime. However, its significantly more prevalent in women, affecting up to 85 – 97% of the female population. Cellulite does not pose any clinical concerns, though it is a common cause of discomfort and poor self image.
Our connective tissue keeps our muscles, tendons, ligaments, and skin healthy. Interestingly, in men, our connective tissue runs in a diagonal, criss-cross pattern, whereas women’s connective tissue runs in a vertical pattern.
This difference increases women’s risk of fat cells sneaking in between the connective tissue fibers to create dimpling of the skin.
There are three primary causes of cellulite:
Z-Wave is a unique device that transmits sound waves to targeted tissue through the use of electromagnetic technology. This stimulates lymphatic drainage breaks up facial adhesions, and increases blood circulation to the affected area.
This procedure is FDA approved for non-invasive treatment of cellulite. In addition, Z-wave may benefit those with a range of musculoskeletal issues, and expedite healing time from sports injuries.
Z-Wave is painless, with most comparing its sensation to a percussion massage. Treatments only take about 5 minutes per area, and there is no downtime.
Because z-wave is so effective at stimulating lymphatic drainage, people begin to see results immediately. With that said, several treatments are required to resolve facial adhesions beneath the skin, and the final results are seen after 12 weeks. Generally, cellulite appearance decreases by one full grade after completing their treatment series.
Z-wave treatments are safe, effective, and well tolerated. With that said, because cellulite is a complex aesthetic issue, we recommend scheduling your complimentary consultation with our Wellness Director to determine if this is the ideal treatment for you.