Cellfina: cellulite removal treatment

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Cellfina™ is the only anti-cellulite treatment approved by the FDA as a minimally invasive clinical technique to improve the long-term appearance of cellulite. It is non-surgical, and can be done in one session!


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The best indications are the cellulitis of the buttocks and thighs of women who are not overweight. However, this technique improves all types of cellulite.
As early as three days afterwards, the skin will already look smoother, and the results improve over the following weeks and months.

There is a high satisfaction rate :
– 85% after three months.
– 94% after a year.
– 96% after two years.

In women, cellulite is caused by the haphazard organisation of conjunctive tissue fibres, through which fat can prolapse.
The Cellfina™ device destroys fibrous bonds, which are responsible for the appearance of dimples and bumps.
The separation of the conjunctive tissue fibres leads to a more regular arrangement of the fat cells below the epidermis. The skin’s surface becomes smooth.


Treatment takes place in the surgery, in the operating theatre.

Before applying the Cellfina device, the doctor will mark out the area to be treated. Then, this zone will be sucked upwards. A long needle is inserted under the epidermis, and moved about until the bonds between the conjunctive fibres responsible for the appearance of ‘orange peel skin’ are severed. The procedure lasts one hour.

One session will suffice for each zone treated. A local anaesthetic is used. The patient will only feel the prick of the needle for the anaesthetic.


Side effects

There are only slight following effects. You can go back to your daily life immediately. Bruising and minor aches and pains will pass. Slight swelling and redness to the treated zone will last for a few hours after the session. There is no scarring.

Le traitement ne laisse pas de cicatrice.

Written by Valeria Romano

Former intern at the Hospitals of Paris Graduate of the Faculty of Medicine, University of Paris 7 – Paris Diderot Registered with the medical board of Paris, n° 75/80452 More informations

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