What is Velashape?
Our medical spa offers VelaShape III to treat cellulite and unwanted fat, giving you the perfect hourglass figure. VelaShape III’s minimally-invasive body contouring targets and tones curves around your hips, thighs, waist, stomach, arms, and legs. The treatment also helps boost the body’s natural collagen production, resulting in younger-looking, firmer skin.
The Many Benefits of Velashape III Technology
- Improve and Smooth
- Skin Texture
- Tone Curves
- Target Cellulite and
- Unwanted Fat
- Boost Collagen Production
- Little to no downtime
Reduce Cellulite with Velshape 3 Technology
VelaShape III uses state-of-the-art technology to target and reduces unwanted fat and cellulite in hard-to-reach areas. Our in-office treatments are quick, taking only 30 minutes. VelaShape III is a minimally-invasive treatment for cellulite reduction approved by Health Canada and the FDA.
How Does VelaShape III Work?
The VelaShape III device combines infrared technology with radiofrequency to provide rolling suction along with targeted areas. Fatty areas are isolated and thermally heated to loosen the fibrous bands. The device is customized to each individual patient to treat cellulite and your specific skin concerns. Depending on your desired goals, 4-5 sessions are typically recommended to achieve optimal cellulite reduction results.
Who can get body contouring treatments?
VelaShape III is an excellent solution for patients struggling with unwanted pockets of fat in hard-to-target areas like the thighs, buttocks, arms, and waist. For more information on eligibility for body contouring treatments, visit us at New Age Spa for a free assessment and consultation.
Is there any downtime after VelaShape III treatments?
After your VelaShape treatment, you can get right back to your busy routine. The Infrared and RF technology requires little to no downtime or recovery.
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