7 Non-Invasive Ways to Get Rid of Cellulite

Updated: Nov 3


While the subcutaneous fat and fibrous tissue beneath your skin have always existed, the term cellulite was only defined in April 1968. Since then, people have spent countless hours and a lot of money on cellulite removal. However, getting rid of cellulite isn't the easiest thing.

Medical spas specialize in non-invasive procedures to help you refresh and maintain your looks without drastic interventions. The non-invasive treatments are designed to help you become your best self by helping you care for your body.

While most non-invasive procedures and treatments focus on reducing the appearance of cellulite more than they focus on eliminating cellulite, you still see a major improvement from these treatments. Once the cellulite isn't as visible, you can work to reduce the fat cells that cause the cellulite.

Keep reading to find out more about seven non-invasive procedures and treatments that can help you eliminate fat cells and cellulite.


1. Exercise and Strength Training

While it won't be easy, if you increase your muscle mass through exercise, you'll be able to reduce cellulite. You'll also be able to reduce the appearance of the cellulite by strengthening the muscles in the areas you see cellulite.

You'll need to combine strength training and aerobic exercise for the best results. Your goal when exercising should be weight loss and building muscle. If you can't prevent muscle loss, then you'll find the cellulite comes back.


2. Consider Emsculpt Neo and Emtone

Emsculpt Neo and Emtone are new forms of non-invasive treatments to help you get rid of cellulite.

Emsculpt Neo uses radiofrequency and high-intensity electromagnetic energies. The treatment is used for fat reduction and to help you build muscle. One of the biggest benefits of Emsculpt Neo is that it can treat patients with a BMI of up to 35!

Emtone treatment uses radiofrequency and targeted pressure energy. The treatment offers non-invasive cellulite reduction and overall improvement of skin appearance and physiological function.

These treatments stand out since they don't only focus on reducing cellulite but also look to improve muscle tone. The addition of building muscle will help your cellulite removal to stick since muscles will help keep the cellulite at bay.


3. Acoustic Wave Therapy

Acoustic wave therapy offers a non-invasive way to improve the appearance of cellulite. The acoustic waves help the fat layer to settle more evenly, which reduces the dimpled effect. You'll be left with smoother skin once the fat layer settles evenly, which will not only take care of your cellulite but also make the area look more defined and toned.


4. Fascia and Muscle Rollers

If you're looking for a way to reduce the appearance of your cellulite at home, you should invest in fascia and muscle rollers. In a similar fashion to acoustic wave therapy, these rollers work to break down the fibrous tissue, which will allow the fat layer to settle more evenly.

These rollers won't give you the best results when compared to medical treatments, but they will reduce the appearance of cellulite for a short period. You'll need to keep using the rollers if you want the effects to last.

This isn't a permanent solution, but if you're looking to get started immediately, you can use a roller while you research different non-invasive procedures to try out.


5. Laser Skin and Body Treatments

Laser skin and body treatments are used to break up the tough bands of tissue beneath the skin. These bands of tissue and fat are what lead to a dimpled appearance, so breaking them up gets rid of the cellulite.

For the best results, you'll need to go for various sessions. Results will usually last anywhere from six to 12 months, depending on the severity of the cellulite and how successful the laser treatments were.

Laser skin treatments are non-invasive, but the area will be numbed before the treatment begins. Similar to laser hair removal, the treatment can be irritating to the skin, so you need to listen to any pre- and post-treatment advice your specialist has.


6. Injectable Methods for Cellulite Reduction

This treatment might seem scarier since needles are involved, but there is nothing to fear; you won't feel a thing. This method consists of a vacuum-assisted device that is used to insert a needle underneath the skin. The method then breaks up the tough bands of subcutaneous fat and fibrous tissue.

This method is used to target cellulite that resides deeper under the skin.


7. Fat Freezing

Fat freezing is a form of spot treatment. A handheld device is used to freeze the fat that resides right beneath the skin.

Since fat cells are susceptible to the cold, freezing them causes an inflammatory response, and the fat cells die. These fat cells are then flushed from your system via your immune system.

Like the other treatment options, you'll need to have multiple sessions for the best results. You'll start seeing results after a few weeks, but it can take a few months before you're truly happy with the results.


Non-Invasive Cellulite Removal Made Easy

Finding a non-invasive way to eliminate fat cells and cellulite can seem tricky if you don't know where to begin. By following this guide, you'll be able to navigate the world of skin care, treatments, and laser skin and body treatments with ease.

Feel free to contact Renaissance Med Spa if you have any questions regarding Emsculpt Neo and Emtone. Our medical spa offers a variety of products and non-invasive procedures that will not only help with cellulite removal but also refresh and maintain your looks while enhancing your confidence.

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