RejuveSkin Treatment: Surgical Cellulite Removal?

by Trudi Schrieber

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It’s easy to feel defeated in the battle against cellulite. It’s one of those body issues that doesn’t seem to disappear no matter how hard you exercise, or how many calories you cut from your diet. In fact, even fit young women find that uneven, dimpled appearance surfacing on their stomach, thighs, buttocks, and even arms. To date, the majority of treatments developed to handle this problem were non-surgical, whether in the form of over-the-counter cellulite creams or more advanced, professional injectable procedures like Mesotherapy or LipoDissolve. However, a new surgical cellulite removal method, RejuveSkin, may represent the next big advance in cellulite removal, and it’s already being offered by some skin care specialists.

How RejuveSkin Cellulite Treatment Works

While most cellulite removal treatments work by dissolving the cellulite-causing pockets of fat trapped in fibrous bands (septae), RejuveSkin Treatment tackles the problem where it starts. The procedure requires the use of surgical instruments to enter the fibrous network and break up the septae, followed by the re-injection of graft tissue from the patient, which purportedly prevents the septae from growing back, trapping fat, or causing future cellulite. RejuveSkin Treatment is reportedly permanent, rarely requiring future touch-ups. This is an attractive option for many patients, particularly as most other cellulite removal options will require multiple treatments to maintain results.

RejuveSkin Risks and Side Effects

While the RejuveSkin procedure may be an excellent option for some, it does have drawbacks that other cellulite-removal procedures do not. First, it is a surgical procedure, whereas treatments such as Mesotherapy, LipoDissolve, Endermologie, and many others, are not. All surgeries carry increased risk over non-surgical procedures, as recovery times increase, the possibility of infection rises, and the potential side effects of anesthesia must be considered. Recipients of RejuveSkin will experience several weeks of discomfort, bruising, and swelling, post-surgery; additionally, removing too many septae via surgery could cause potential skin sagging.

RejuveSkin Costs

Additionally, the RejuveSkin Treatment is costly up front. The surgery runs, on average, $4000. In comparison, Mesotherapy costs around $385/treatment, and requires 4-15 treatments. The price of LipoDissolve is $400-1000, and may require up to six treatments; Endermologie runs $50-70 per session, and requires continuous treatments. Those requiring fewer treatments would save considerably over the RejuveSkin Procedure.

With all of these options available for cellulite removal, the best move you can make is selecting a skin care professional who will help you select the best method for your needs. Healthy Skin Portal will set you up with a free consultation with an experienced cellulite specialist in your area, who can discuss your medical history, goals, and concerns about cellulite removal options. Let us help you get started today!

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