The Gateway Aesthetic Institute & Laser Center in Salt Lake City, Utah is pleased to announce the addition of three new procedures to its broad list of available services in the aesthetics' arena.
Cellulaze Treatment for Cellulite
Some people spend countless hours at the gym, can't remember the last time they ate a candy bar, yet still can't seem to get rid of their pesky cellulite. What they don't understand is that many of the factors that contribute to cellulite formation are beyond their control, including heredity, gender and hormones.
If you are one of those who work hard on toning areas of cellulite, but see negligible results, Cellulaze is a new procedure available at the Gateway Aesthetic Institute that may be right for you.
Cellulaze is a minimally invasive, one-time treatment for cellulite—with long-lasting results. Cellulaze works by targeting the structure of cellulite. First, it delivers laser energy to the dermis, producing skin thickening and elasticity. It also thermally subscises fibrotic bands that pull down on the skin. Lastly, it contours for the improvement of herniated pockets or lumps of fat.
Countless other treatments claim to get rid of cellulite, but these other treatments—massage, external energy devices, creams and lotions—can only treat cellulite superficially and temporarily. These treatments require repeated applications and results are temporary. Cellulaze is the first and only cellulite treatment that releases the fibrous bands permanently and alters the structure of the fat and skin causing cellulite.
Cellulaze laser treatment is a minimally invasive procedure which usually requires only local anesthesia. Some light bruising can occur, but you'll be able to return to normal activities within a day or two.
To determine if you are a good candidate for Cellulaze treatment, please schedule a complimentary consultation with one of the doctors at the Gateway Aesthetic Institute & Laser Center.
Miradry Treatment for Excessive Underarm Sweating
In addition to Cellulaze, Gateway Aesthetic has added a treatment for excessive underarm sweating, a condition also called hyperhidrosis. It is a condition in which the underarm sweat glands are overactive, producing much more sweat than is needed to cool the body.
Millions suffer from excessive underarm sweat. It's frustrating, embarrassing and a nuisance that can interfere with nearly every aspect of life. In fact, in a large consumer survey, people said that underarm sweat was more embarrassing to them than being overweight, having acne, cold sores or dandruff. It's also more common than you might think, with 1 in 5 adults in the U.S. reporting being bothered by the symptoms.