Cellulite Removal Costs and Comparisons
by Trudi Schrieber
Diet changes and exercise might help you lose weight, but more times than not, they can’t make that cellulite disappear. For this reason, many people elect to undergo professional cellulite removal procedure. The question is, how much does a cellulite removal treatment cost? Many options exist to help eliminate cellulite from problem areas of the body, and each is priced a little differently, so let’s take a closer look with Healthy Skin Portal’s cellulite removal price guide!
Mesotherapy uses vitamin enriched compounds, injected into the target area, to encourage your body to break down and eliminate the fat. Mesotherapy varies from $200-$600 per session for each treated area and typically requires eight to ten sessions. The size of the problem area, i.e., the thighs vs. the chin, will impact the cost, as the thigh area is considerably larger than the chin. The average price of skin care professionals in your area will also impact the charges of the treatment in your city or town.
LipoDissolve is very similar to Mesotherapy, with a more concentrated solution. Price estimates for LipoDissolve include $300-800 for the stomach; $400-700 for thighs; $300-800 for the back; $150-400 for the under eyes. Again, these prices are averages and can vary depending on the bodily area receiving treatment, as well as the average prices of professionals in your area.
A third option, endermologie uses a machine with a combination of controlled suction and rollers to smooth the skin. A full cycle of endermologie, which includes around 14 sessions, generally ranges from $900-1400. At most skin care centers, endermologie costs $100 per session, and specialists often reduce the price when you purchase a package of treatments.
VelaShape (and its sister treatment VelaSmooth) utilizes radio frequency and infrared light to increase metabolism and help your body burn the fat stored up in the connective tissue of problem areas. Depending on the area of the body you’re targeting, a VelaShape treatment can cost anywhere from $50-300.
In any of these procedures, the more skilled your professional is, the more you will likely pay for the treatment. However, it is very important not to sacrifice quality work for cheap prices. The best option is to compare prices of professionals in your area, as well as their reputations. This will help you choose a specialist you can trust to provide the best cellulite removal procedure for you, and to conduct that treatment safely and successfully. If you’re ready to achieve those smooth contours you’ve been dreaming about, Healthy Skin Portal's national network of skilled professionals is here to help! Contact us today to arrange for a free cellulite removal consultation at a clinic near you.
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