If you’ve been looking for a non-invasive way to get rid of the disheartening cellulite on the buttocks area, QWO may be perfect for you. This injectable is the latest cosmetic service that gives you incredible results without the drama of invasive, fat-removing surgery. Here is why it’s right for you.
QWO is for adult women who would like to reduce or rid the appearance of cellulite in their buttocks. Understanding what causes cellulite helps you understand the cause of it. The good news is that cellulite is not your fault. The bad news is, no matter how much you workout and eat right, you can still have it.
Cellulite is caused by thinning skin, fat cells enlarging and pushing against the skin, which causes the fibrous bands under the skin to tighten and cause dimpling.
QWO treats cellulite with its enzymes called collagenase. They target the issues that cause dimpling from under the skin.
When injected into the buttocks, QWO works in these three ways:
Releases fibrous bands under the skin causing the dimpling
Redistributes fat cells so they’re not all located in trouble areas
Stimulates the creation of new collagen for younger-looking skin
QWO is an injectable, which means just like facial fillers, a syringe is used to inject the QWO enzymes to enhance collagen and reduce the appearance of the dimpling on the buttocks. Because the procedure is non-invasive, the downtime isn’t long and is often non-existent. However, you can expect some bruising at the injection site. Most women don’t experience downtime, and the bruising has been shown to subside within 21 days after injection.
It’s amazing to think something as difficult to get rid of as cellulite can be mitigated or reduced with an injectable. However, within a couple of months of receiving the QWO treatment, you’ll see incredible results and a reduced appearance of cellulite. Depending on the amount and depth of dimpling will determine how many treatments are required and how long it will take to see results.
The best part is that QWO offers permanent results. Patients typically receive three treatments with 28 days between treatments.
Other than the mild bruising, QWO can cause adverse reactions to the treated area, but in clinical trials this happened to fewer than 10% of patients.
The most common side effects were mild and include injection site pain, bruising, areas of hardness, itching, redness, discoloration, swelling, and warmth in the treatment area.
If you’re ready to see a real difference in the cellulite in your buttocks area, call Louisiana Dermatology Associates today to see a real difference. If you’re in the Baton Rouge area, talk with your dermatologist today and get back to life fast with a reduced appearance of cellulite, building confidence for the rest of your life.