Did you know that nine out of 10 adult women suffer from cellulite?
Having cellulite is one of the most frustrating things about being a woman, and there has never been anything we could do about it – until now.
There is finally a cellulite injection treatment available for women that has been shown to treat and reduce the appearance and severity of cellulite.
First off, what is cellulite?
It is commonly thought that cellulite is solely caused by fat, and that losing weight is essentially the only solution to reducing its appearance. However, this is not the case. As women age, the skin gets thinner, fat cells get larger, and the fibrous bands that are underneath the skin’s surface get thicker and cause tension — all of which cause that dimpled appearance in certain areas of the body, especially on the butt.
Women are more likely to have cellulite than men, and it affects those of all shapes, sizes, ages, races and ethnicities. Women are more prone to developing cellulite because they have thinner skin than men, more fatty deposits in the thigh and buttock areas, as well as different orientation of the collagen and fibrous bands. Essentially, women’s bodies are more prone to having the ability of fat lobules to bulge through the areas of the body that have more fatty deposits, most commonly the thigh and buttock areas.
Introducing the first-ever cellulite injection treatment called QWO
For the first time, we are ready to say hello to QWO and goodbye to dimples and cellulite.
Pronounced like “whoa” (insert Joey Tribbiani reference here), QWO is the first treatment of its kind, specifically for adult women.
QWO is the first and only FDA-approved cellulite injectable for the treatment of moderate to severe cellulite in women’s buttocks.
How does QWO work?
QWO is made from enzymes called collagenases. These enzymes are thought to treat dimpled areas by targeting the bands and other structural causes under the skin where the cellulite starts. Essentially, the injection is thought to break down fibrous bands and old collagen particles, redistribute fat cells, and stimulate the growth of new collagen. This results in a smoother surface to the skin, with the possibility of eliminating dimples in the treatment area.
How many QWO treatments will you need?
QWO is a non-surgical cellulite injection administered in a doctor’s office. Patients should have three treatment visits with 21 days in between each QWO cellulite injection treatment.
How much time is needed for a QWO treatment?
This minimally-invasive procedure is appealing as it is, but to make it even better, the lunch break procedure only takes about 10 minutes or less, and there is no downtime — so no need to take off of work, and in just 2 months you will have improved and smoothed out your cellulite.
Is there downtime with QWO?
Bruising is to be expected and possible redness at the injection site, but nothing is unbearable following the treatment, and you can return to your day as normal.
Women have been eager for a cellulite treatment for a while now, and QWO is an exciting new treatment.
It looks like we can finally stop wasting money on topicals, scrubs and other products that claim to reduce cellulite (when they do nothing in reality).
Just in time for wearing a bathing suit on the beach this summer, we are ready to say “whoa” to QWO!
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