Cellulite is a prevalent, harmless skin condition that causes lumpy, dimpled flesh on the thighs, hips, buttocks, and abdomen. It is most prevalent in women.

Many people try, with variable success, to improve the appearance of their skin through weight loss, exercise, massage, and creams marketed as a solution to cellulite. Medically proven treatment options are also available, though results are brief and short-lasting.


Cellulite looks like dimpled or bumpy skin. It’s sometimes described as having a cottage cheese or orange peel texture.

You can see mild cellulite only if you pinch your skin in an area with cellulite, such as your thighs. Cellulite that is more severe makes the skin appear rumpled and bumpy with areas of peaks and valleys.

Cellulite is Graded Into 3 Groups Depending on the severity of Cellulite:

· GRADE 0 No dimpling when pressure is applied

· GRADE 1Dimpling when pressure is applied

· GRADE 2 Dimpling is visible when standing but not when lying down.

· GRADE 3 Dimpling while both when standing and lying down


Cellulite is most common around the thighs and buttocks, but it can also be found on the breasts, lower abdomen, and upper arms.


Little is known about what causes cellulite. It involves fibrous connective cords that tether the skin to the underlying muscle, with the fat lying between. Fat cells accumulate and push up against the skin while the long, tough cords pull down. This creates an uneven surface or dimpling.

In addition, hormonal factors play a significant role in the development of cellulite, and genetics determine skin structure, texture, and body type. Other factors, such as weight and muscle tone, affect whether you have cellulite, though even very fit people can have it.

Cellulite is much more common in women than in men. Most women develop some cellulite after puberty. This is because women’s fat is typically distributed in the thighs, hips, and buttocks — common areas for cellulite. Cellulite is also more common with aging when the skin loses elasticity. Weight gain can make cellulite more noticeable, but some lean people also have cellulite. It tends to run in families, so genetics might play the biggest role in whether you develop cellulite. An inactive lifestyle also can increase your chances of having cellulite, as can pregnancy.

In Beverly Hills, the city known for its obsession with beauty and wellness, non-surgical cellulite reduction is booming. No longer a distant dream, the latest advancements offer hope and real results, without going under the knife.

The Rise of Non-Surgical Cellulite Reduction

Non-surgical cellulite reduction has seen a significant rise in popularity, particularly in Beverly Hills, where beauty and health trends often set the standard for the rest of the world. This surge is driven by advancements in technology, offering safer, quicker, and more effective treatments than ever before. The allure of these non-invasive options lies in their ability to reduce cellulite without the downtime or risks associated with surgical procedures.

Moreover, societal shifts towards non-invasive beauty treatments have further fueled this trend. People are now more open to exploring treatments that don’t require surgery, recognizing the importance of body care routines that fit into their busy lives.

This means significant reduction of the risks and complications often associated with surgical interventions.Among the myriad of available treatments, certain non-surgical methods stand out

Beverly Hills Celluraze™


Beverly Hills Aesthetics, one of California’s leading centers of non-invasive cosmetic surgery, offers a safe and effective new technique to help you shrink fat and eliminate cellulite without surgery.The procedure is called Celluraze™ is an office procedure that is able to treat cellulite in most stages of development and gets rid of the “orange peel” texture of the skin.


Celluraze™ can:

  • Drastically reduce cellulite
  • Result in inches-loss and fat reduction
  • Improve skin elasticity and firmness
  • Refine body contour
  • Soften stretch marks
  • Reduce lymphatic congestion and accelerate body toxins elimination


With CELLURAZE™, there is typically some level of discomfort, frequently create some temporary (and expected) bruising. There is no recovery needed and no downtime from the procedure. You may return to your regular activities immediately after treatment.

Beverly Hills Celluraze™, Treatment sessions can combine one or multiple modalities. These may include the following:



Cellulite is a skin change that appears as dimpling in the thighs and buttocks. This dimpling is the result of tension placed on the skin by fibrous bands that course through fat. Acoustic Wave Therapy is a widely popular procedure that can treat cellulite in most stages of development and gets rid of the “orange peel” texture of the skin.

How It Works:

Acoustic Wave Therapy is the latest breakthrough in cellulite treatment near you, a procedure that has been used by well-known celebrities such as Madonna and Kim Kardashian. Acoustic Wave Therapy does not require surgery, needles, or cutting to get rid of cellulite. “Acoustic Wave Therapy” uses pressure waves that break down the fiber strands that cause skin dimpling, stimulate collagen production that tightens the skin, and encourage lymphatic channels to drain toxins and destroy fat. Treatment sessions take less than one hour, and often 6 to 8 treatments are necessary to achieve noticeable results.


Acoustic Wave Therapy is a procedure done in the office that requires no anesthesia. Some patients do experience slight discomfort, redness, or bruising in and around the treated areas. There is no recovery needed and no downtime from the procedure.Additionally, laser treatment has become a go-to for many, using targeted laser energy to break down fat cells and improve skin texture. Acoustic wave therapy, which emits sound waves to boost collagen production and reduce cellulite, has also gained traction. Each of these treatments offers a blend of convenience, minimal discomfort, and noticeable results, making them particularly popular among Los Angeles residents.


While cellulite is known to be a multifactorial condition, a primary contributing factor is the fibrous connective tissue, called the “fibrous septae”. Those fiber strands cause tethering of skin and cellulite dimples. When QWO ™ injected into the treatment area, is thought to dissolve the fibrous strands enzymatically, thus releasing the tethered skin dimples yielding a smooth-looking skin and an improved appearance of cellulite.


This treatment is considered by many to be the best way to get rid of cellulite because it treats the primary structural cause of dimpling: the septa. After applying local anesthetics to the area, a special needle inserted underneath the skin is used to break up the fibrin strands and redistribute the subcutaneous fat more evenly under the skin’s surface. Like a rubber band under tension, once released, the treated skin bounces back to smooth itself out in as little as three days. Occasionally, if the dimple is very deep, Subcision is performed along with fat injection to enhance the results.


Fatty tissue naturally contains stem cells. These stem cells remain dormant in the body until they are needed to regenerate damaged tissue. Their unique abilities allow them to transform into many different types of cells and replicate rapidly.


Very often, Dr Assassa proceeds with a procedure called Subcision. He uses a specialized cannula to release the fiber strands that cause tethering of the skin, then shifts and flattens the localized fat in the surrounding areas, to fill all cellulite dimples. shifting


Cellulite can be present in thin people. If the cellulite dimples are too deep, then fat injection will be a better approach than fat shifting.
Under localized numbing fat is collected from your tummy, love handles filtered then reinjected into the divots and lumpy spots to significantly diminish the appearance of cellulite dimples.

What to Expect During a Non-Surgical Cellulite Treatment

Before embarking on a non-surgical cellulite reduction journey, it’s essential to have realistic expectations. Initial consultations typically involve discussing your goals, health history, and the specifics of the proposed treatment. Depending on the technique chosen, treatments may require multiple sessions to achieve optimal results.y.

Results vary by individual and method, but many report a noticeable reduction in cellulite and a smoother skin texture. It’s critical to maintain a healthy lifestyle to sustain results, as non-surgical treatments do not prevent new cellulite from forming.

*For more information or to find out the right option for you, call Beverly Hills Aesthetics at 424-292-2867. We look forward to meeting you.*

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