Reduce the Appearance of Cellulite Before Summer with Non-Invasive TempSure™ Envi

TempSure™ Envi Appearance of Cellulite

Almost everyone has cellulite. The unattractive condition affects about 90% of women at some point in their lives. Without warning it can show up on your thighs, buttocks, hips, arms, and stomach. I think it’s safe to say that no one likes cellulite.

Lumpy, dimpled thighs are only appealing on babies. Often described as cottage cheese or orange peel thighs, cellulite is difficult to banish. It’s common with aging as our skin loses elasticity. It’s more common in overweight people, but even skinny people get cottage cheese thighs, hips, and buttocks.

Creams, lotions, massage, and even exercise can’t help you reduce the appearance of cellulite. And with summer and bathing suit season around the corner, you may be dreading the sight of your dimply thighs.

Fortunately, there is a procedure that can help you reduce the appearance of these unsightly lumps and crevices. TempSure™ Envi is an FDA-approved noninvasive treatment that will do the trick.

What is TempSure Envi?

TempSure Envi is laser treatment that emits radiofrequency energy that heats the dermis deep beneath your skin’s surface. This heat energy boosts collagen production, which helps reduce the appearance of cellulite.

Collagen is a naturally produced protein in our bodies that diminishes with age. It helps keep your skin firm and elastic. By boosting collagen production, it helps skin look firmer, less lined, tighter, and tauter.

TempSure Envi is a safe treatment for all skin types. Unlike other laser treatments that require you steer clear of the sun immediately after the procedure, TempSure Envi does not come with any such restrictions.

It’s a noninvasive procedure that doesn’t require any injections, surgical incisions, or downtime. You can come in on your lunch hour for a treatment and go back to work or any daily activity.

What should I expect during and after a TempSure Envi treatment?

TempSure Envi is a quick and safe treatment. Depending on the area being treated, a session can take about 30 to 60 minutes. But most people can be in and out of the center in under an hour.

It’s a painless and even comfortable treatment that does not require numbing cream or any type of anesthesia. Most people feel only a warming sensation on their skin during the procedure. Some may experience slight redness afterward, but it diminishes within a few hours.

After the treatment, you’ll notice that your skin is slightly smoother. The best part is that your skin continues to improve. As your collagen production ramps up, you’ll notice more results and better looking, smoother skin. The anti-cellulite effects continue to progress about 6-12 months after the treatment as new collagen forms.

While one treatment produces results, the ideal number of procedures varies from person to person depending on their goals. Yearly maintenance treatments help keep the results going long-term.

Want to look better with cellulite-free thighs by summer? Call Dr. Patricia Nevils at Vibrant Woman Health Center in Lafayette, Louisiana, to find out how TempSure Envi can help you look your best in a bathing suit. You can also make an appointment online through this website.

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