Cellulite is prevalent, especially amongst women, and 9 out of 10 women will experience it during their lifetime. Thankfully, there are effective ways to reduce dimpling and puckering without surgery. Advanced Aesthetics in Ocala, FL offers a way to boost your self-confidence through QWO®, the only non-surgical cellulite treatment approved by the FDA.
What is QWO Cellulite Treatment?
QWO is an FDA-approved injectable that can significantly reduce the appearance of cellulite by dissolving the fibrous bands that cause dimpling under your skin. This injectable treatment is composed of clostridium histolyticum-aaes, and it effectively addresses moderate to severe cellulite, especially in the buttocks, without the need for anesthesia, incisions, or surgical intervention.
How Does the Treatment Work?
When diet and exercise are ineffective, QWO helps to mediate the appearance of cellulite by dissolving the fibrous septae that draw the surface skin down. As these septae break up, the skin floats up and away from the deeper tissues for a smoother appearance. QWO triggers your body’s collagen production, resulting in healthier, more youthful-looking skin.
What are the Benefits Compared to Other Cellulite Treatment Methods?
There are several reasons to choose QWO for cellulite reduction, including:
- It is proven safe, effective, and approved by the FDA.
- A QWO injection can take just minutes, and results are evident with just three total treatments.
- There is no need for anesthesia or downtime.
- QWO treatments do not produce any scarring.
- QWO produces results in as little as 10 weeks.
Who is a Good Candidate for Treatment?
If you are a woman dealing with moderate to severe cellulite on your buttocks, you may be a good candidate for QWO. The best way to determine if QWO is right for you is to schedule a consultation with our experienced consultants.
What Kind of Results Can I Expect from QWO?
Most products on the market improve the appearance of cellulite, but QWO permanently eliminates cellulite in the treated area.
QWO can be administered in 3 treatment sessions, spaced 21 days apart. Common side effects of this treatment include bruising, soreness, and a warming sensation in the treatment area.