Banish the Appearance of Cellulite Before Summer with Noninvasive Tempsure™ Envi

 Noninvasive Tempsure™ Envi

The long winter months are coming to an end, and as you scramble to get ready for the more revealing summer months, your cellulite looms large. This very common condition strikes women (yes, mostly women) of all shapes and sizes, making the cosmetic issue a great equalizer. What’s equal to the task is our TempSure™ Envi system, which can reduce the appearance of cellulite using a noninvasive laser technology.

At WellCentric Health, Dr. Robert Watson and our team provide the latest tools and products to maintain the overall health and wellness of our patients in and around Reno, Nevada. From effective weight-loss programs to services that put the finishing touches on your efforts, we help you look and feel great, inside and out.

If, like many others, you want to banish the appearance of cellulite before summer kicks into high gear, here’s how we can help with TempSure Envi.

A bumpy road

As we mentioned, cellulite is a very common skin condition in which fat pushes through connective fibers in your tissue, creating a bumpiness across the surface of your skin. And by common, we mean that 80-90% of women experience some degree of cellulite. The reason why women are more prone to cellulite is because of the arrangement of these connective fibers, which are more vertical, while men benefit from a tighter, cross-hatched network of fibers that are more effective in preventing fat from pushing through.

While it would be easy to assume that the more fat you carry, the more vulnerable you are to cellulite, the fact is that cellulite affects women of all sizes. Women with low levels of body fat develop cellulite just as often as heavier women, as the problem has more to do with the connective fibers than it does fat.

The great news is -- whatever your body makeup, we have just the solution with TempSure Envi.

A new network

With our TempSure Envi system, we deliver radiofrequency energy into the deeper layers of your dermis, without harming the epidermis. The energy heats up your tissue below, which begins a chain reaction in your tissue.

The TempSure Envi system is equipped with sensors that allow us to heat your tissue to the ideal temperature, eliciting the correct response in your body. These sensors also ensure that we provide a uniform treatment in your targeted areas.

At first, the coagulation of your collagen may immediately smooth out your skin for 2-3 days, but these effects aren’t the ones we’re really going for. About 7-10 days after your TempSure Envi treatment, your body responds to the thermal heating by releasing fibroblasts that signal an increased synthesis of collagen.

Over the following weeks, your tissue rebuilds a matrix of collagen fibers that provide more tissue support, lifting and smoothing the entire area. After 4-6 weeks, you’re rewarded with smoother, more evenly toned skin that reduces the appearance of cellulite. So if you start now, you’ll be ready in time for the summer months.

Since the treatment is noninvasive, there’s no downtime afterward, which means you’re free to go about your normal routine directly afterward.

If you want to greet the summer without the bumpy look of cellulite, simply give us a call or click to set up a TempSure Envi appointment.

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