Cellulite occurs when fat deposits accumulate beneath the skin's surface. Fortunately, there are several treatments now available to reduce the appearance of cellulite including Opus Plasma lasers.
The laser treatment works in multiple phases. First, a topical numbing cream is applied to the affected area. This ensures that there is minimal discomfort during the procedure. Next, the laser device is gently positioned on the skin and then it emits high-energy light pulses to target fat cells and stimulate collagen production. During this phase, patients may feel a slight warmth or tingling sensation which should subside after a few minutes.
Once the treatment is complete, patients may experience some redness in the treated area that should quickly subside over time with regular use of moisturizers such as aloe vera or liquid paraffin oil. Patients can expect to notice an improvement in their cellulite within days of the procedure, however it may take several sessions before long-term results are achieved. As with any laser treatment, patients should remember to protect their skin from the sun during the healing process and avoid direct sunlight exposure for at least two weeks after each session.
In conclusion, Opus Plasma Lasers are an effective way to reduce the appearance of cellulite and improve circulation in affected areas. The procedure is generally safe and well tolerated by most patients and can help produce visible improvement in tone and texture within days. While multiple treatments may be necessary to achieve desired results, this minimally invasive option is often preferred by those looking for a non-surgical solution to reduce their cellulite.
The entire procedure typically takes between 20-30 minutes.
No, the laser procedure is generally painless. Most patients may experience a slight warmth sensation in the treated area which should subside shortly after the treatment is complete.
This depends on each individual's unique case, however it may take several sessions before long-term results are achieved.