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Old 07-31-2010, 06:45 PM   #1
 
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Default lipo and cellulite

When getting lipo does it help remove cellulite?


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Cellulite and lipo do go hand in hand, however, when performed alone, lipo is not completely effective for cellulite. Lipo alone can may worsen the skin by sucking out the cushion of fat that right under the skin. This creates the rippling or orange peel effect.

Some swear by Endermologie for cellulite issues.

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Thanks for the response. I will check out Endermologie.

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Default Liposculpture v/s Liposuction

In researching these topics online, you receive so many pop ups about alternate
procedures that sound good however, who knows? Can anyone provide any info
or opinions on Liposculpture as appose to Liposuction. Apparently it is done with lasers and
will remove the fat and tighten the skin as well.

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From what I know, there is little evidence to support those laser and heat devices that claim to "melt away" your fat. I would stay away from them until there is better proof! With liposuction at least you know it works (if done right) so that's what I would stick with.

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I agree with la_angel. I would go with lipo vs. all the other so called "modern miracle techniques".

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