Treatment for Reducing the Appearance of Cellulite

Published on: August 8, 2017

Anyone who has cellulite understands how difficult it can be to reduce the appearance of this lumpy skin. Even diet and exercise cannot eliminate all cellulite problems. Many treatments over the years have claimed to treat cellulite, but most of them have been ineffective. Now there is new technology that can go to the source of the cellulite and smooth this deep layer of skin – Viora Reaction.

What Is Viora Reaction?

Reaction by Viora is a type of RF therapy, meaning it uses radio frequency (RF) to treat the skin. However, Viora Reaction uses multiple RF technology, which can affect all three layers of the skin, not just one layer like single RF treatments of the past. This means the deepest, third layer, the subcutaneous layer of skin, can be treated, which is the source of cellulite.

In addition to the multi-layer RF therapy, Reaction also uses vacuum therapy to help tighten the skin for a smoother, taut appearance. When the two elements are used together, the multi-layer RF and vacuum therapy help reach the deep subcutaneous layer of skin. This heats this deep layer, breaking down the fat and shrinking the fat cells. This increase collagen production, reduces fluid buildup and helps improve the appearance of the skin for a smoother, tighter appearance.

Viora Reaction not only helps smooth cellulite-prone areas, it can also reduce the circumference of the area. This means stomachs, thighs or buttocks that are treated can look smoother while having a reduction in size.

Viora Reaction is an FDA-approved treatment for skin tightening and cellulite reduction. Talk to your local dermatologist that offers Viora Reaction to learn more about this effective cellulite treatment.

Posted on behalf of:
Northwest Georgia Dermatology
141 Lacy Street, Suite 200
Marietta, GA 30060
(770) 426-7177

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