TriActive Cellulite Treatment Review

by Marisa Amorasak

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The popularity of cellulite removal treatments has risen in recent years, thanks to the intensifying quest for smooth, shapely curves. Yet the technology that removes dimples and smooths fatty areas is still evolving, with more effective treatments being discovered regularly. TriActive is the latest in cellulite removal treatments. It combines the mechanical massage of Endermologie, powerful lasers, and a localizing cooling agent that leaves skin even-textured, supple, and cellulite-free.

What is Cellulite?

Cellulite is a medical condition that affects up to 90% of all women. It can be found on men as well, but women have a specific way of storing fat that makes them more prone to it. Cellulite is characterized by small dimples across the surface of the skin. It can affect the legs, pelvic area and abdomen, but is most common on the thighs and buttocks. Cellulite occurs when these areas don't get enough circulation because the vascular and lymphatic systems aren't functioning properly. Fat nodules build up in the tissue, which causes those unsightly ripples and uneven skin.

It's a common assumption that cellulite is caused by inactivity and obesity. This is only slightly true-- while activity does fight bad circulation, the ultimate culprit behind cellulite, circulation problems can occur on even the most active people. It has a lot to do with genetics. The extra fat that accumulates in obese people may also encourage cellulite, but it has less to do with the amount of fat stored and more to do with how the body stores it. While a better exercise and diet regimen can help decrease the appearance of cellulite, it won't get rid of it altogether.

How does TriActive Work?

TriActive is a new cellulite removal treatment that uses mechanical suctioning, laser technology, and localized cooling to break up the fat nodules that cause cellulite. These three methods of cellulite removal have been used separately in other treatments, but this is the first treatment that combines all three of them-- hence the name, TriActive. Clients of TriActive are treated with a mechanical massage by a handheld device. The mechanical massage gently suctions the skin to enhance circulation and lymphatic drainage. This process isn't painful at all. In fact, many users love TriActive as a cellulite solution because it actually feels good, like a therapeutic massage. In addition to working on the surface of the skin, TriActive also incorporates six diode lasers that infiltrate the tissue to encourage collagen production. After the lasers have done their work, TriActive cools the tissue.

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How Much Does TriActive Cost?

TriActive is an affordable option for cellulite removal. It's the only anti-cellulite device that's cleared for over-the-counter use, which means that the person performing the treatment on you doesn't have to be a doctor. A series of ten to fifteen sessions will cost about $2,000, depending on the individual provider and the geographical location.

TriActive Recovery, Risks, and Side Effects

There shouldn't be any recovery time needed with TriActive. After a session, clients will be able to return to their normal activities. In rare cases, swelling and bruising can occur. An ice-pack and a day of rest should alleviate any irregularity.

Scheduling Your TriActive Appointment

TriActive can be used in conjunction with other surgical and non surgical treatments to enhance cellulite removal. TriActive works particularly well after liposuction to help tighten sagging skin. If you'd like to learn more about TriActive, we can schedule you an appointment with a skincare specialist in your area.

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