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  • Pros and Cons of Synergie Cellulite Treatments

    If you’re one of the millions of women with unsightly cellulite on your hips, thighs, buttocks and stomach, you may be a good candidate for cellulite treatment. Synergie is a non-invasive cellulite reduction procedure that works to smooth, tighten and tone the skin, reducing the appearance of cellulite. The procedure can be administered to several ‘problem’ areas in one session, and most people see noticeable results within a few treatments.

  • Top Five Cellulite Reduction Procedures

    Over 80 percent of women have cellulite on their thighs, hips, buttocks and other parts of the body. Once cellulite has formed, it can be very difficult to hide or get rid of. Fortunately, there are several ways to reduce the appearance of cellulite and achieve a sleeker silhouette. You’ll find many effective cellulite reduction procedures at leading medical spas and cosmetic surgery centers in your area, and these are all performed on an outpatient basis.

  • Making Cellulite Disappear - Is it Possible?

    Stubborn fatty deposits and small pockets of fat can ruin your figure, but getting rid of cellulite with a healthy diet and exercise program alone may be impossible.

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  • Sound Surgical Technologies, the company behind Vaser Liposelection the Vaser ultrasound device, has developed the , a non-surgical device that helps reduce cellulite and inches in certain areas of the body. The VaserShape device is a non-invasive body contouring system powered by ultrasonic laser. The device is designed to disrupt fat cells beneath the skin by delivering ultrasound energy deep into the skin’s tissues.

  • Tom Cruise, now 50, has maintained most of his young, boyish looks from his Top Gun days and has some critics wondering if the star has gone under the knife. Cruise recently interviewed with Playboy and revealed that he has never gone under the knife – and probably never will.