Venus Legacy Makes Sofia Vergara Beautiful for Emmys

Sophia Vergara Picture - LocateADoc.comSofia Vergara, actress from the hit series Modern Family, wanted to look especially beautiful before the Emmys! The star instagrammed a picture of her getting Venus Legacy treatment just days before the Emmy Awards. This procedure is a great way to tone and tighten loose skin and reduce fat deposits. Before Vergara chose to undergo this procedure, what did she consider?

The Venus Legacy Procedure

There is no anesthetic required for the Venus Legacy procedure so stars like Vergara won't be leaving feeling sore and groggy. The application is done through smooth strokes with a machines that moves the skin, feeling much like a massage. In fact, Ms Vergara even captioned her photo as Venus massage. There is some warmth and a light bit of pressure to the skin, gentle and relaxing. The entire process only lasts about 30 minutes to have done, so you can pop in on a lunch break and get back to your daily life quick and simple.


While there can be some redness or skin blotching a few hours after the treatment, there is no long term effects from the procedure. It is quick and simple, with no downtime. You are able to go back to your daily routine immediately. You will not have to worry about having someone drive you home or being in pain from it.

The Venus Legacy treatment will tighten the skin and tone down wrinkles, making even cellulite less visible. For best results, use multiple treatments spaced out every few months.

As you can see, this easy method of subtle body manipulation into a more toned appearance is so good that even celebrities like Sofia Vergara are getting it before stepping into the spotlight.



Further Reading

  • Many cosmetic surgeons and medical spas offer hyaluronic acid gel-based fillers such as Restylane and Juvederm for filling out wrinkles and lines, and use them for the “liquid facelift” procedure. A new development announced at the American Society of Plastic Surgery annual conference, Plastic Surgery 11 THE Meeting in September 2011 is a solid – not gel – hyaluronic acid filler that is instantly reversible. This filler may offer a more precise correction of wrinkles and lines than gel-based fillers, and is an exciting development in the field of minimally-invasive plastic and cosmetic surgery.

  • Researchers at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst have been studying the evolution of wrinkles in a recent dermatological study, and have published several papers in the current issue of Physical Review Letters about their findings. Scientists are attempting to understand the formation of wrinkles in biological tissue, and looked at how wrinkles in a sheet adapt to an edge that tends to be flat.

  • A recent study published in the American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology shows that oxygen infusions to the skin may help reduce the formation of wrinkles and also reduce the risk of tissue damage from UVB rays. Many people who exhibit the visible signs of aging, including wrinkles and lines around the eyes, nose and mouth, and a thickening of the outer layer of the skin, have been overexposed to UVB rays.