No matter how hard you work to keep in shape, there are certain parts of the body that just don’t seem to tighten up. If your cellulite doesn’t seem to want to get firm, you need to get firm on your cellulite.
The Venus Legacy Cellulite Reduction treatment is a non-invasive, FDA-approved procedure that uses (MP) 2 Technology to penetrate the skin deeply and safely to boost circulation and skin renewal and reduce circumferential cellulite.
The Venus Legacy Cellulite Reduction treatment works by melting fat cells under the surface of the skin, while regenerating blood vessels, and rebuilding collagen and elastin fibers. In doing so, skin support is strengthened and dimpling is diminished. The Venus Legacy is most commonly used on the chin, arms, back, neck, abdomen, thighs, and butt.
Venus Legacy uses (MP) 2 Technology to combine pulsed electromagnetic fields and multi-polar radio frequency to emit a safe non-invasive heat matrix that penetrates several layers of the skin. Skin is heated uniformly from the inside out, melting fat cells away, while new cells are generated.
As the core temperature of the FGF-2 fibroblast growth hormone activity increases, the fatty cells break down, releasing fatty acids. Blood circulation improves, delivering vitamins to cells more efficiently while eliminating waste.
Venus Legacy Cellulite Reduction breakdown
- The temperature of the skin rises, releasing stress hormones and fat breakdown begins.
- The number of fat cells is reduced while skin is renewed.
- The skin appears smoother and the body has a more contoured shape.
See the results Venus Legacy Reduction Treatments for Yourself
If you have been struggling with cellulite, it may be hard for you to believe that the Venus Legacy can present such a quick and effective solution. We welcome you to view some before and after pictures of actual patients so you can see the results for yourself.
We’re sure you have questions about determining whether or not the Venus Legacy is the best choice for you. Here are some of the questions we most frequently hear from our clients. Hopefully, these will address some of your concerns.
Most body treatments on the market claim help you lose weight, but what they really do is eliminate water, which is only a temporary solution. Venus Legacy actually goes to work on fat, tackling fat cells directly in a safe, non-invasive way for long-lasting results.
No, in fact, most patients find the Venus Legacy Cellulite Reduction treatment to be quite relaxing. Many clients report feeling only a warm, pulsing massage during sessions and some have even compared the treatment to a hot stone massage.
The length of the Venus Legacy Treatment will vary depending on the size of the area targeted. Facial treatments usually last about 20 minutes, while larger treatment areas may require up to 30 minutes or more.
While many patients report seeing results immediately after their first Venus Legacy treatment, each body type reacts differently. Gender, lifestyle, age, eating habits, and fat to muscle ratio will all affect the length of time it takes for the body to respond to treatment and how soon you will see the results.
The number of treatment sessions needed to achieve your body goals will vary depending on the area receiving treatment. For the face, a minimum of six weekly treatments is usually recommended. For the neck and body, it will take about eight treatments for you to reach your desired goal.
After the first series of treatments are completed, quarterly visits are advised to help you maintain results.
Make sure to drink lots of fluids before each Venus Legacy treatment. Adequate hydration will cause the Venus Legacy Cellulite Reduction to heat faster, helping radio frequencies penetrate the skin more deeply to destroy even the most stubborn fat cells.
Immediately following your Venus Legacy Cellulite Reduction Treatment, you may experience slight redness in the treated area, but this should dissipate within an hour. Some patients detect mild soreness, and mild bruising in the thigh or abdominal area can occur. It is recommended that patients perform mild to moderate exercise after the procedure to prevent fats from reabsorbing into the fatty cells; a mild walking or stretching should be adequate.